Mental Health Speaker for Workplace

Mental Health Speakers for Workplace Programs

Mental health speaker for workplace AnneMoss Rogers in a conference room for Mental Health Training for Managers

    How to Improve Mental Health in the Workplace

    That starts with a conversation. For workplaces and management associations, these mental health speaker for workplace presentations can be customized to address your specific goals. More corporate mental health programs are available and AnneMoss is happy to meet and discuss. Contact.

    In-person, part of a series, virtual, or hybrid.  

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    Mental Health in the Workplace Program, #1

    Emotionally Naked® Workplace Wellness: for Managers & Leaders (or Employees)

    mental health speaker program for workplaces Program Details in PDF (this pdf is an example of the managers and leaders program)

    Audience: Managers, execs, HR & EAP leaders, safety managers, DEI leaders. Or as an employee wellness program minus #6 (Be a Leader not a Boss). Virtual, hybrid, or in-person.

    Time: 45 minutes to 1.5 hours, or a series. Virtual, in-person or hybrid.

    Quick Outline:

    1. AnneMoss’s Story
    2. About Mental Health
    3. About Suicide
    4. Your Mental Health
    5. Employee Mental Health
    6. Be a Leader not a Boss (for managers and leaders version)
    7. Resources for dealing with mental health issues in the workplace

    Emotionally healthy employees perform better, are absent less, and more likely to stay. This upstream commitment of workplace wellness is the foundation of a prevention culture that emphasizes connection and belonging.

    Part of this initiative is building resilience, and defining self-care strategies so employees have the tools and resources to manage anxiety, adversity, change, and future leadership positions. Crisis response always costs more and uses up more resources and time. Any effort to avoid that is a plus for any company HR team, DEI, or safety leader.


    • Coping strategies and DBT skills for managing adversity, avoiding conflict and burnout
    • Small, creative, and doable strategies for big changes in workplace wellness
    • How to create a culture of connection so employees don’t want to leave
    • How to allow others to feel heard and therefore feel valued
    • Life events that make people more vulnerable to despair
    • How to be a leader, not just a boss
    • Learn the most important skill for managing your emotional well being

    “We wanted an impactful speaker who could start a solution-based conversation…and you checked all the boxes. I came into the room to get a cup of coffee and was mesmerized by your opening 5 minutes and stayed for the entire hour and a half. The feedback from our members has been overwhelmingly positive. They now have tools for their workplace, [and] recognized situations in their personal lives that they can now positively impact.”

    —Sally Becker, CCM, Managing Director, Connecticut Chapter The Club Management Association of America

    Employee Mental Health Program, #2

    This is one of our top mental health awareness programs because of its relatable stories, examples and strategies. Guaranteed to spark positive conversation on the topic.

    The Mask We Wear to Work:  Fighting the stigma of mental health in the workplace

    mental health speakers for workplace Program Details in pdf 

    Audience: Managers and leaders, employees at workplaces, corporations and associations.

    Time: 45 minutes to 1.5 hours and anything in between

    Quick Outline:

    1. AnneMoss’s story
    2. About Mental Health and work/life balance
    3. About Suicide
    4. Your Mental Health with tips and strategies
    5. Resources

    Topic Description:
    How did AnneMoss smile through the client cocktail party when her 16-year-old son was in jail in another state? How did she manage to get up and dressed, paste a smile on her grief-stricken face and go back to work a week after her son’s death by suicide? Like millions, she did it because she had to because mortgages don’t pay themselves.

    No one’s life goes perfectly for an entire professional career. Divorce, illness, death of a loved one, one’s own addiction or that of a loved one can disrupt a person’s mental health and negatively affect productivity and professional goals. So what tools and resources do people need to manage the difficult times and find support at work? How do we build resilience, find the right self-care strategies, to manage anxiety, adversity, change, hybrid environments, and future leadership demands? We start by talking about it.


    • Coping strategies & DBT skills for managing adversity, avoiding conflict and burnout
    • Signs a co-worker, friend or family member might be struggling and what to say and do
    • Learn the most important skill for managing your emotional well-being
    • How to allow others to feel heard and therefore feel valued
    • Life events that make people more vulnerable to despair

    “The way that Anne Moss started her presentation talking about the real-life story really captivated and moved everyone that was in attendance. She showed a tremendous passion for the work that she is doing and you could hear it in every word that she spoke.”
    —Christopher Kurz, Commercial Relationship Manager, Fulton Bank

    Workplace Suicide Prevention Program, #3

    The Emotionally Naked® Truth About Suicide: Raising Awareness in the Workplace

    mental health speaker for workplace Program Details in pdf

    Audience: Employees at workplaces, corporations and associations. Time: 45 minutes to 2 hours or anything in between. Virtual, in-person or hybrid. Quick Outline:
    1. AnneMoss’s Story
    2. About mental health and what depression looks like
    3. About suicide, signs and what to do/say
    4. Resources for those who struggle and for the families who love them
    Topic Description: Over 80% of those who die by suicide are of working age, so the workplace is an ideal place for creating a system for prevention and intervention. If your workforce includes parents, it’s likely many of them have children who are struggling so they are seeking answers and resources. This presentation dispels common myths about suicide and substance misuse, while delivering a message of hope, and empowering regular humans with the skills to help prevent this threat to life. Takeaways:
    • How to recognize the cryptic ways people cry for help
    • How to respond, what to say/do (includes talking points)
    • Creating a suicide-safe environment (aka. means safety)
    • Life events that can increase suicide risk

    “The speaker was able to pour out so much valuable and helpful information because of her own experience.  I learned so much, particularly about being a good listener, and being aware of possible signs of a troubled person who may be suicidal.  I feel more comfortable letting a person know that I care and ask the important question to help them get help!”

    —Dominion Energy Employee

    Mental Health Speaker Photos

    AnneMoss Rogers standing in front of electronic white board with colorful sticky notes containing attendee responses to the "I struggle with" exercise. Club Management Association of America logo
    One of the most relatable corporate mental health speakers, AnneMoss Rogers. See details from her mental health program for managers at the Country Club Managers Association.
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    This mental health presentation focused on suicide prevention in the workplace. See details from the mental health speaker for workplace program at Dominion Energy

    AnneMoss Rogers speaking on stage for Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce

    Mental Health Speaker for Workplace, AnneMoss Rogers visits the Chamber of Commerce to share how businesses are affected by mental health issues and what to do. 

    Training & Certifications

    • Registered safeTALK suicide prevention trainer- #n42749
    • ASIST Trained: Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training
    • ASK Trained: Focused on identifying, assessing, and helping 5-12 year olds at risk for suicide find hope for life
    • Youth Mental Health First Aid : 8-hour training
    • Preventure: Personality-targeted life skills training for youth shown to reduce drug/alcohol use in schools
    • Trauma-Informed Care Basics
    • Gym Neurocognitive Training for Addiction: with Hamed Ekhtiari, M.D., Ph.D.
    • Bereavement Support Group Facilitator training
    • DBT Steps-A in Schools: SEL curriculum based on DBT and mindfulness
    • SOP Peer Trained: Survivor Outreach Program through AFSP
    • REVIVE! Training: Emergency administration of Narcan® for opioid overdose

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