Pamela Havey Lau: How to Be A Safe Haven in Conversations about Intimacy
March 11 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Before becoming certified as a mediator, Pamela founded Real Life Real Image where she served in various roles as a writer, editor, mediation, and consultant for CEO’s and non-profit organizations like All God’s Children International. She taught communications courses to college students for more than two decades, serving as a presenter and speaker to universities and faith communities such as George Fox University and Berkeley First Presbyterian Church. Pamela is passionate about deeper relationships, too, and humbled to have written and shared through two books: Soul Strength: Spiritual Courage for the Battles of Life (Random House, 2003) and A Friend in Me: How to Be a Safe Haven for Other Women (David C. Cook, 2015). Pamela Havey Lau, is originally from Mount Laurel, New Jersey, currently lives outside of Portland, Oregon with Brad, the love of her life. Pamela loves helping people solve problems, creative writing projects and presenting content that encourages people in their faith and relationships.