In this episode, our mental health subject matter expert, Abeni Celeste Scott, will share with us how to mentally deal with the transition into civilian life as well as various ways to spend your time on your sabbatical. She’ll also discuss the importance of finding your tribe. If you haven’t already, print the below workbook and follow along.
Workbook: 1 Year Sabbatical Workbook
To learn more about Celeste, read her below below.
Abeni C. Scott Bio
Abeni “Celeste” Scott born in Miami, Florida, enlisted in the Army in February 1997. She worked as a Automated Logistics Specialists (92A) working as a warehouse clerk. In 2010 she became an expert in her field and was appointed Chief Warrant Officer. Abeni retired from the Army in March 2017 having served 20 years. Abeni holds a Masters of Science in Professional Counseling from Grand Canyon University. She is the owner of an online fashion boutique for women called Dress up Room By Four Girls.
Abeni volunteers at a local women’s shelter for domestic violence, sexual assault and human sex trafficking victims where she has helped women transform their life. She has experience in early childhood education and volunteers at a local Elementary school. She is a Co Author and Best Seller of Camouflaged Sisters: Behind the Rank Vol 1. She has been invited to speak on several platforms in her community that Inspire and Empower women to walk in their Greatness. She is currently Co-writing a book promoting the Power of Positive Living due this Fall.
Phone: (864) 671-0414
Music: Sample of “Butter Angels” performed by Ethan “Mobius” Gist; https://soundcloud.com/mo_bius
Sample of “Living Pulse” performed by Go Goes
Host By: Rolande S. Sumner, Owner & Founder of Life After Service Transitional Coaching