Join me for a very special co-hosted episode of Decide to Transform as Lisa Berry and I welcome Jessica Compton to the show!
Jessica is an experienced child and youth worker and an Elementary School Educational Assistant. In addition, Jessica is the founder and director of Tree of Stars.
Tree of Stars promotes mental heath awareness and addiction recovery by telling stories through music, art, and resources. Jessica began Tree of Stars in 2017 and has touched countless lives.
Jessica's story is remarkable. Abandoned, abducted, abused, an addict, ADHD, and arrested 4 times, Jessica has transformed into a bona fide community leader over the years. Now ,she shares a message of hope.
Art therapy and photography were particularly helpful to Jessica. At one point, she began reaching out to artists and musicians, understanding that we can all save ourselves together.
Join us as Jessica shares some of the raw details of her story. Also, a message: if you know you need help, reach out. It is always available.
Jessica Compton lives in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. For more information about Tree of Stars and Jessica's outreach projects, please visit the following:
Facebook: Tree of Stars
Tree of Stars Linktree: Tree of Stars
YouTube: Tree of Stars
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