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Mental Health Speakers

We live in a world full of noise and yet nothing can torment us more than our own thoughts. Our brains are not designed to make us happy. WE ARE! While your brain is only wired to pick up the signals of threat and danger, is it YOU who can sort through the stressors of life and take charge of your mental health. Book one of our Mental Health Speakers and let yourself carried through the complexities of mental health.

Sometimes it only takes a beautiful fake smile to hide an injured soul. The Mental Health speakers will show you how to embrace your vulnerabilities and set an example for others. Voicing your concerns is the first step towards healing.

Mental Health, the taboo that needs to be faced and dealt with.

  • Mental health is a condition that not only resides in the absence of a mental disorder, but is governed by the capability to feel empathy and establish human connections. Is it a state of emotional wellbeing which empowers individuals to fathom their own potential, tackle the stressors of life, be productive and contribute to their community. The Mental Health speakers will offer your audiences consultancy and the delivery of wellbeing programmes focused on resilience training, mindfulness and meditation.
  • Statistics from The World Health Organisation have proven that work has a positive impact on mental health. Though, what happens when your work environment fosters negativity that can cause damage instead of curing? The keynotes on mental health will not only help you identify the consequences of poor mental health and the suggestions for improvement, but also scale down the prejudice that surrounds this topic.

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Sometimes you are required to fight a battle more than once.


A person struggling with his or her behavioural health may face stress, depression, anxiety, relationship problems, grief, addiction, ADHD or learning disabilities, mood disorders, or other psychological concerns.


Evidence from the World Health Organization suggests that nearly half of the world’s population are affected by mental illness with an impact on their self-esteem, relationships and ability to function in everyday life. The Mental Health speakers and International experts believe that the individuals’ emotional health can also impact their physical health and lead to problems such as substance abuse. Maintaining good mental health is therefore crucial to living a long and healthy life.