Veera Mahajan is an inspirational author and speaker. She is a passionate advocate for the eradication of domestic abuse and empowering women. She is an advocate for joyful living through a peaceful dispute resolution. Her book DOMESTIC ABUSE, UNREPORTED CRIME talks about domestic abuse awareness and getting rid of abuse from your life for good. She believes that we all deserve to live an absolutely free life on our own terms.
Veera has a master’s degree in Mediation and Dispute resolution from Straus Institute at Pepperdine law school. She combines those skills with her background in Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica to facilitate communication and win-win negotiate a resolution. Before that, she had an extensive background in business. Veera was the partner/owner of a global software company in Michigan for over 23 years. She also owned and ran a magazine publishing business in Malibu for 6 years. She has extensive experience in resolving disputes in business situations.
Veera knows how to tackle those family dynamics by tapping into the emotional side of both parties. She always tries to show her clients that no matter what they are still a family, just a different kind of family especially if children are involved. She knows the family disputes from the inside out personally and understands the mentality of a victim to have empathy for complicated family conflicts.
Veera is a mediator and a life coach for conflict-free living. She works with families and small businesses to resolve disputes one step at a time to figure out a win-win solution for all! With a 95%+ success rate, she is very confident in helping you figure out the deep-rooted reasons for disputes lurking under the surface and getting rid of them for good. When needed she also spends time with clients individually to figure out their own pain points and helping them find peace and of course, harmony. She provides them with skills so they can resolve their everyday conflicts themselves and enjoy peaceful, conflict-free lives.
As a mediator, she plays the role of a neutral facilitator for peaceful communication and helps you save time, money and hopefully also salvage relationships.