About

Who’s behind Conscious Strength?

My name is Vera Taihuttu. A co-parenting mom in a relationship. Due to my personal story (link to story coming soon) in short: raised in a domestic violent household, went on selfdestruction mode in my youth, survived a personal bankcrupcy and along the line worked in an high dynamic and demanding world of IT.

In between figured out how I all coped, process and healed from it and noticed how well and natural I could help others with this. People would find me by them self, I did not set out to start helping. The eternal student in me would say, “but I myself aren’t ready yet, how can I help others?”, but personal development is a life long process, each phase has new things to learn or even to unlearn from. So from that perspective I changed my view and course. I got retrained and certified and am now happy to guide you in what I value in personal development:

What’s Conscious Strength about?

It’s about personal development with the main thing: self awareness.
I offer different trainings to let you become aware of:

  • how you think (cognition)
  • how you feel (emotion)
  • how you act (behavior)

And how this all interact together, when dealing with for instance:

Setting boundaries
Unacceptable behavior
Recognizing and acknowledging emotions
Personal Integrity
Dealing with pressure and stress
Self-control
To persevere
Etc …

You’ll find the different training here ( link will come soon).

With Conscious Strength I am available to give 1-on-1 training sessions and group training. For kids, youth and adults.

Curriculum in short:

Personal development certification:

– Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapist
– Power-of-difference – Diversity cards trainer according Marten Bos
– Mental resilience and agression regulation trainer according Nederlands Instituut Vechtsport & Maatschappij (NIVM).

Sports certification:

– BoksFit trainer according Nederlandse Boksbond
– ZUU fitness trainer level Bronze and Silver ( mobility and bodyweight training modality with emphasis on connection)

Indepth knowledge of:

– Application of Non- Violent Communication Method according Marshal Rosenberg
– Practice of Dzogchen, a form of Tibetan Zen according Chögyal Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche

Currently studying: Applied Psychology (Bachelor)