Margo is spreading the word about the importance of empowering women to cultivate their voices so they can unleash the life they were designed for!
“Margo is leading the way in empowering women to honor their voices.”
~Tabby Biddle, Best Selling Author, TEDx speaker & United Nations Foundation Press Fellow
Helping Women Find Their Voice
By Whitney Bauck
TALKING TO PROFESSIONAL COUNSELOR, public speaker, and adjunct professor Margo Tirado M.A. ’90 now, it’s hard to believe that she used to be characterized by shyness and insecurity.’
Faith Conversations | Anita Lustria
Do you ever feel guilty when you rock the boat? Are you ever afraid to fail? How about having a high tolerance for crap? Listen in as Margo talks with Anita Lustria about the emotional habits that undermine a woman’s voice and confidence.
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Women Finding Their Voice
On this Midday Connection Christian counselor Margo Tirado talks about what happens when a woman finds her voice. Usually emotional and spiritual health follows.
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Living the Dash
On this Midday Connection licensed professional counselors Margo Tirado and Shawna Burkhart talks about the all-important dash. They’ll delve into helpful metaphors for living out of the fullness of who God created you to be.
Shift Happens – Domesticated To Wild Hearted
Everyday Deep, January 16th, 2019
One of the big issues I witness in women is the loss of their instinctual, natural self – and the authenticity and aliveness that go with it. I loved speaking to the women at EVERYDAY DEEP about how to shift from domesticating their desires to activating their wild hearts.
Overtime, the experience of emotional domestication can cause a woman to lose the innate power of her natural wild-hearted self. When this happens a number of emotional habits can emerge – she domesticates her desires, stops noticing what she needs, is more hesitant to speak up and loses the innate power of her voice. However, when a women reclaims her wild-hearted nature she becomes more confident, authentic and empowered.
Professional Volunteer with PAXA
Gene Siskel Film Center,April 27th, 2019
What a privilege it was to volunteer with PAXA, for the Screening of The Tale starring Laura Dern, at the Gene Siskel Film Center of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. PAXA, Parents Against Child Sexual Abuse, is a grass roots program aimed at providing resources for parents so they will be better equipped to protect their children from sexual abuse.
Moving from Fear and Into Action:
The Queen Esther Experience
Christ Church of Oak Brook, January 30th, 2018
Every woman has had a Queen Esther Experience – a moment when she needs to move from fear and into action. I was honored to host a workshop for the women at Christ Church of Oak Brook on January 30th, 2018. We collectively dug deeper into the story of Queen Esther and connected with her experience as a woman who took risks. Every woman left with a deeper awareness of how to move from fear and into action, from self-doubt to courage and with a greater awareness of how to access her tribe on her journey towards boldness.
Margo Tirado is the co-creator of the DASH Conference for women. The Conference is a collaboration of two therapists and friends that share a common belief that when women are able to own their true voice, amazing things happen. Margo Tirado and Shawna Burkhart are passionate about sharing their experiences and knowledge in broader and more meaningful ways. This conference is the seedling of that idea.
Jesus – An Activist for Women
Moody Chapel, February 22, 2018
I recently had the honor of speaking to 1600 college students at Moody Bible Chapel regarding Christ’s posture toward women. He was intentional about promoting the dignity and equality of women in the midst of a male-dominated society. During his three years of ministry on earth He created a radically new approach regarding the value of women as witnesses, disciples, teachers, and leaders. He did not accept the attitudes towards women that were customary during the first century, but instead, He sought to reform the status quo of women.