Speakers Bureau

> Overview  

The Speakers Bureau is a coalition of community agencies whose purpose is to coordinate and integrate efforts to provide no-cost public education on mental health issues.   Speakers are available to present to schools, self-help groups, service clubs, agency staff, volunteers or service users, or any other group in the community.   There are over 30 individuals available to speak on over 50 topics.

S a m p l e    T o p i c s

Anxiety Disorders
Case Management
Grief Issues
Anger Management
Suicide Intervention
Alzheimer Disease
Domestic Violence
Eating Disorders
Supportive Housing
Substance Abuse
Stigma of Mental Illness
Stress Management
Personality Disorders
Women & Mental Health
Crisis Intervention
Childhood Trauma
Healthy Relationships
Sexual Violence
Families and Mental Illness
Mental Health in Rural Areas
Survivors of Suicide
Depression in the Workplace
Dealing with Workplace Change
Adolescents and Mental Health 
Working with the Angry and Aggressive Client