Tommie Kessler

About Me

Tommie Kessler is a nature gal through and through. She loves backpacking and being by the water. Her obsession is collecting nature pieces and making art out of it. Tommie also enjoys meditation and yoga. She has been working as a Peer Supporter for almost 3 years and she is healthier because of it. Tommie feels she learns and grows every day due to the contact she has with other peers. She loves facilitating groups and is honored to be trusted by her peers, especially in one-on-one sessions. Peer Support isn’t just a job for her; it is a lifestyle. Tommie is passionate about seeing the Peer Support movement grow and change the world. She is also passionate about building community for all people.

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