(Create your) Life’s Mosaic

Presentation life's mosaic

Create your Life’s Mosaic;

It is without question that every living person on this planet at one point in their lives will have to face some form of adversity. Such moments leaves us with a choice: Do we get back up and grow from our experience or do we succumb to it?

Alianne Looijenga chose to grow from adversity and to serve others by sharing her experiences and the lessons she learned from it.

In “Create your Life’s Mosaic” Alianne shares her story from being abused by several people for 20+ years and inspires others to not let the past determine their future.

Alianne gives the audience the necessary tools to not walk away from challenges and past pain but learn to face them and transform staggering believes and experiences. The new energy becomes the driving force into a positive future.

Learning Objectives

  • Become aware of the believes and experiences that hold you back
  • Transform staggering believes and experiences and use that energy to create a new future to a life you have always wanted
  • Feel the joy and pride that comes from growth and healing

Type of Presentation: Inspirational Keynote

Ideal Audience: women’s empowerment conference, events for survivors of abuse, corporate events, fundraising gala presentation, high school/university presentation

Optional Add-ons:

  • Online access to the “Create your Life’s Mosaic” webpage that can be shared with parents or students who were unable to attend the event (for internal purposes only).
  • Classroom curriculum and discussion prompts to learn to indentify which experiences are holding us back and how to eliminate them.
  • Hands-on Workshop where the audience can practice to become aware of their mindset, eliminate what thoughts are holding them back and think about the life they’ve always wanted. Ultimately they learn to create a tailored plan for their life.


“I stumbled upon Alianne Looijenga in a Facebook business group when I noticed her work with helping survivors of abuse and domestic violence. I clicked on the link to her website and within a couple minutes, I just knew I had to get in touch. What an inspiration! She is so open and honest with her experiences, not just with the abuses she has endured, but with her recovery. Alianne is not afraid to vividly express the pain she felt along her journey, as well as every bit of joy and pride that comes with growth and healing.

She’s also not afraid to outline her experiences with the system that made her journey even more difficult, putting her and her children in dangerous situations. She points a very valid finger in the direction of the people and organisations that offered little to no support. More importantly, she fights for the change that is so necessary in this system. She does this by inspiring so many people, not just in her writings, but in her speaking events. She offers a real voice that hits home. If it could happen to her, it could happen to anyone.

She works tirelessly to help people understand the warning signs, and to support their loved ones in their journey to heal. I do not hesitate to contact Alianne when I am counselling someone in a domestic violence situation, as I know she will speak honest, caring, and moving words that will help guide me to support my clients in this situation.”

  • Lisa Cybaniak

” That Alianne uses her past as a scource to help others is very admirable and made an big impression to my University students”

  • N.M. Honing, Hanze University

This week third year students attended a presentation about signaling child abuse and applying the reporting code. Alianne told about her experiences as a child. She told about being sexually abused and how her family didn’t intervene. Next to that she told about how her abusive ex-partner abused and threathend her and the children and the lack of knowledge and understanding from professionals and people close to her. 

She also told about mistakes made by professionals. A very impressing story. The students were very quiet while listening. Especially when you realise that 40% of the women below the age of 16 will experience sexual abuse. Alianne had as statement to gain more scientific knowledge about abuse, and how to make desciscions based on the best interest of the child. Thank you for your presentation Alianne. The students will have a work lesson to talk about this presentation and follow an E-learning program about signaling child abuse and the use of the reporting code.

  • D. Verhees – Kempel University

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Alianne is available for speaking engagements worldwide. Tell us a little bit about your event and we will get back to you to see how we can help.

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