To whom does this mental health keynote speaker speak?
AnneMoss is one of the most sought-after speakers on mental health because of how the audience relates to her vulnerability.
Besides speaking at conferences, her primary audiences for mental health training and speaking are educators, parents, students, and government agencies. She speaks on mental health at workplaces, schools, universities, addiction conferences, and suicide prevention coalition summits.
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…I saw you speak this morning at the NIMH suicide conference and it was one of the most beautiful, raw speeches I have ever witnessed. You were so vulnerable and open and articulate. Your story has inspired me to do everything I can as a doctor to screen for suicide/mental health concerns/and involve the whole family in my work. I thought your comment about connectedness, and the lack of it in our current age of social media and technological advances was brilliant….
Jaimie S., Research Assistant, National Institute of Mental Health
Speaking and Family Pictures
Pictures of mental health awareness speaker and suicide prevention speaker, AnneMoss Rogers with other mental health advocates, at events, as well as some of her family photos.
Mental health motivational speaker, AnneMoss Rogers, holding her award-winning memoir, Diary of a Broken Mind.
Mental health speakers and suicide prevention speakers, Zak Williams and AnneMoss Rogers at AFSP Conference in Ohio. AnneMoss spoke on grief and loss at this event.
Pediatric Academic Societies Speakers: Mary Tipton, NIH; AnneMoss Rogers, Teen Suicide Prevention Speaker; John Campo MD, WVU; Jeff Bridge PhD, Nationwide Children’s Hospital; Lisa Horowitz, PhD, MPH, NIMH.
Mental health awareness speaker and advocate, AnneMoss Rogers with Recovery Advocate, Ryan Hampton. AnneMoss delivers a presentation on the topic of the link between addiction and suicide
Suicide Awareness Speaker, AnneMoss Rogers, with her surviving son Richard on the set of The Ellen Show in Los Angeles, California. See AnneMoss’s Press Kit.
As a national speaker on mental health & VP of NAMI Va, AnneMoss, was selected to be part of the 2023 National Mental Health Advocate Leaders Spotlight Campaign.
2012- L to R: Younger son, Charles AnneMoss, and older son, Richard, on a visit to see Charles at Therapeutic Boarding School. Charles died by suicide in 2015 at age 20.
Suicide Prevention Speaker, AnneMoss Rogers standing at the ‘Speak Up Reach Out’ walk for suicide prevention in Colorado. The majority of attendees were suicide loss survivors. See mental health keynote speaker topics here.
Top Mental Health Speakers Anne Moss Rogers and Mike Veny at the National Speakers Association Conference. See the mental health speakers event.
This was to be Charles Rogers’ album cover for this second album, which he had a contract to produce. Only one and a half songs were completed prior to his death. Some of the lyrics are shared in the book, Diary of a Broken Mind.
The audience at the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention Out of the Darkness Walk at UNC Chapel Hill with Suicide Prevention Speaker, AnneMoss Rogers
Mental Health Speaker FAQ
How much is it to hire Anne Moss Rogers as a mental health public speaker?
We know you want the price list like the grocery store but all requests are different. There are travel and time considerations, and often people want a keynote then a breakout or several trainings and consulting. AnneMoss will customize your package and provide you with a proposal that helps you get the most out of your investment. Examples of packages below:
- Book Anne Moss to be the keynote speaker and visit a school the next day and train educators
- Book Anne Moss as the keynote speaker and have her facilitate a breakout
- Book Anne Moss to speak to college students and then to the professors or RAs after then hire her for consulting during the academic year.
- Book Anne Moss for your workplace and have follow-up sessions via zoom after for employees who want more resources for specific issues
What is the difference between Anne Moss and other speakers on mental health and suicide?
AnneMoss Rogers has the rare combination of lived experience as a suicide loss survivor, the training and expertise as well as the passion of wanting no one else to suffer this loss.
Her son Charles lived with depression and anxiety and ultimately became addicted to heroin and took his life in 2015. While she has been speaking and training on the topic of youth mental health since 2010, she didn’t speak on suicide until she spoke with thousands of those who struggled with thoughts of suicide or had past attempts and had taken hundreds of hours of training. She has practical examples and effective solutions that can be implemented right away, and her audiences always watch with rapt attention.
What's it like to work with AnneMoss Rogers?
AnneMoss and her team pride themselves on being authentic and understanding that we are serving you and your audience. That means answering your query as fast as possible and being responsive. AnneMoss isn’t some prima donna who lives in an ice castle on a private island but a mom who has lived through devastation and has found that as a mental health awareness speaker, she has been able to find and continue healing. She wants to help your audience with healing strategies and finding hope.
Does Anne Moss address topics other than suicide?
Yes. She speaks on mental health, coping strategies (DBT skills), and preventing people and youth from getting to crisis. She talks about anxiety, depression, addiction, substance misuse including trending substances, self-harm, grief, and mental health stigma.
Her goal is to always deliver a message of hope and healing as well as solutions. As someone who owned a digital marketing company for 7 years, she also has a lot of expertise in digital media including social media and search engines (google).
I just want to say that you are a beautiful soul and I feel so blessed to have heard you speak today. Thank you for sharing your story and your knowledge!
Alex Littleton, Dir of Operations at Communities In Schools of Southwest Virginia
In Memory of Charles Aubrey Rogers, 1995-2015
This all started in memory of AnneMoss Rogers’ son Charles Aubrey Rogers, the funniest, most popular kid in school who suffered from addiction and depression and died by suicide at age 20.
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