Why do some people become alcoholics? Studies show that 30 percent of all people have genes in them, which may be involved in the development of alcoholism. This does not necessarily mean that they develop an alcohol problem, but they are more at risk than anyone else.
How do you tackle alcoholism and how do you cope if a family member or a close friend suddenly starts drinking a little too much? Our speakers on alcohol and alcoholism are comprised of both expert on alcoholism and mental health, people who are former alcoholics, and people who have lived along friends or family members with drinking problems.
The keynote speakers on alcohol and alcoholism share with your audience their expert knowledge on mental health and alcoholism or their personal stories and experience with alcohol and alcoholics. In addition, they can provide specific tools on how to deal with alcohol issues. It can be inspiring for the people involved, but also for the alcoholics themselves to experience a keynote on this topic.
However, these kinds of speaking engagements are not just for people who already deal with alcoholism in their life – talks can also be about prevention, and take place, for example, at schools, where it can act as a preventive tool for young people and teach them something about drinking habits as well as alcohol’s impact on the body.
Learn more about the different aspects of alcoholism in inspirational keynotes. Our professional consultants are ready to help you find the perfect speaker on alcohol and alcoholism.