PRAISE FROM CORPORATE CLIENTS

“I’ve been attending and running leadership retreats for many years and Bridget is by far the most effective facilitator I’ve ever experienced.”
— Board Member, Connecticut Society of Association Executives
“I loved the time you spent with us and the energy you brought, too. The room was electric! Thanks for your insights.”
— Chapter President, American Massage Therapists Association
Thank you for facilitating an energized and insightful session for us. I do believe you helping to open our eyes to the possibilities we have as a unified department as we face tough and challenging times over the next few years.
— Executive, Aetna
“You know our audience well and your exceptional ability to engage our leaders in apt discussions on a range of topics critical to their performance…has proven to be invaluable.”
— President, Vietnam Veterans of America
“Mahalo again for your PURE AWESOMENESS at this year’s conference!! We had such a blast with your enthusiasm and education!”
— Conference attendee
“There’s really no other way to say it. You saved my life.”
— Aerospace Company President
“Thank you for all of your good work with our team. We were able to implement your suggestion. I think this will remove jealousy, foster cooperation and teamwork going forward.”
— Partner, Hartford Law Firm
“With Bridget on my team, I now have a Coach that leads me to be a leader. I had ideas when we began, I now create ideas. I had goals when we began, I now achieve. I had thoughts when we began, I now dream. And what’s most awesome: I am led to live my dream.”
— Executive Coaching Client, Connecticut

“Someone already e-mailed her supervisor to ask about inviting you back to speak in a larger venue. Your presentation will be helpful for all court employees, so I will definitely spread the word and I know the other people who attended the training will do the same.”
— Training Coordinator, State of Connecticut Judicial Branch

PRAISE FOR BOOKS

 
 
This book is an essential addition to the resource libraries of all those in the mental health community working with childhood trauma survivors and has already been an asset to my clinical practice. The combination of Dr. Cooper’s vulnerability in how she shares the detail and depth of her childhood abuse and then clearly links those stories to her process of healing, tremendous growth and empowerment is what sets this book apart and makes it so timelessly relevant. Thank you, Dr. Bridget Cooper, for continuing to shine the light on the human potential for resilience in a way that raises the standard on healing and personal growth.
— JoAnn Fitzpatrick, MA, MFT
If you have finally summoned the courage to honestly examine why you feel condemned to slave away in eternal workplace dissatisfaction, drop everything and read - no, carefully study - Power Play! Dr. Cooper has masterfully crafted a well-written and easy to understand self-assessment tool that magically doubles as a simple-to-follow escape map leading to the warm and loving light of a happier, healthier, and more fulfilling workplace existence.”
— Gregg Grauer, Private Equity Investor & Serial Entrepreneur, Old Bedford Oak Holdings, LLC
 
“Change is the only constant in business and in life. Those who embrace it will prosper. Those who don’t will wither and die. Dr. Cooper has created a powerful guide [Stuck U.] for business leaders who want to harness change with agility and resourcefulness. Filled with real-world examples, and practical tools, tips and strategies, this is an essential resource for you and for your team.”
— Walt Hampton, J.D., best-selling author of Journeys on the Edge: Living a Life That Matters and The Power Principles of Time Mastery: Do Less, Make More, Have Fun.
 
Feed The Need is an excellent book that clearly portrays how to vastly improve your focus, attitude and results on a daily basis. Being a business advisor, I found this book to be a highly effective tool in resolving the conflicts that tend to arise. The exercises make it easy to remember how to implement simple changes that have massive impact.”
— Thom Stimpel, Proactive Business Improvements
 
Feed The Need: Teen Edition is engaging, insightful, and most importantly, influential. The relatable concepts allow teenage girls to analyze and reflect upon their role in (and effect on) their relationships, all while providing a safe haven for truth. All I can say is that I wish I had this book when I was a teenager!
— Stacie Dumond, Director of Membership, Girl Scouts of Connecticut
Humorous, poignant, pragmatic, and razor focused, Feed The Need was as easy to read as it was helpful and liberating. Every page is an ah-ha moment. I’m not one for motivational or self-help type books, but I’m so very happy to have picked this one up.
— ~George Constance, Founder, Kronicity.com

“Dr. Bridget Cooper has written an inspired must-have book for today’s teens. The concepts and tools provided in Feed the Need: Teen Edition are easily relatable, useable and will help a teenager develop into their best selves as adults. This book is also a vital resource for those who work with and support teens. Thank you, Dr. Cooper!”
— JoAnn Fitzpatrick, MA, MFT

“If you’ve ever been accused of being ‘too emotional,’ or ‘resistant to change,’ then this book is for you. Dr. Cooper offers an insightful road map and butt-kicking motivation to help us go from stuck to agile in work and in life. [Stuck U. is] A powerful and necessary read for 21st century leaders.”
— Kathy McAfee, America’s Marketing Motivator
Stuck U. provides a powerful method for you to find your way through life’s maze.”
— Thomas R. Fleury, Executive Management & Business Care, LLC
Feed The Need is an excellent book that clearly portrays how to vastly improve your focus, attitude and results on a daily basis. Being a business advisor, I found this book to be a highly effective tool in resolving the conflicts that tend to arise. The exercises make it easy to remember how to implement simple changes that have massive impact.”
— Thom Stimpel, Proactive Business Improvement
This woman is the epitome of resiliency. She not only rises above the pain but paves the way for others to do the same. She is a powerhouse of trauma recovery. Her story is raw real and riveting. Huge Trigger warning for trauma survivors as she leaves no stone unturned. This book flips boulders. Buckle up and be inspired.
— Erica Wilcox Licensed Professional Counselor, EMDR therapist