Many employees won’t speak up about their own bipolar issues. They don’t want to acknowledge they have a problem. They are afraid of repercussions if they do. It’s easier to hide.
Meanwhile, employers don’t know how to communicate with them. They want to address the topic respectfully, but they don’t know what language to use. They are afraid to say the wrong thing.
I’ve gained a lifetime of wisdom on this complex subject—and I’ve distilled those truths into concrete, meaningful lessons. These apply in the home, the workplace, and in the public forum. I’m available to travel to your location to heighten awareness of mental health as a keynote speaker for large or small groups.
Contact Me to Discuss These:
- Acceptance of Those with Mental Health Issues
- Transforming the Way We Speak about Mental Health
- Your Place in the Changing Landscape of Bipolar Disease