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Watch Anne Moss’s powerful mental health video, her 6-minute TEDx, “Can a Blog Save Lives?”

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Speaking Topics: mental health, suicide, coping and resilience, grief, addiction, post-traumatic growth, toxic positivity, digital media and its impact on youth mental health and suicide

“Your presentation was absolutely mesmerizing. It was very factual and for the physicians in the audience, it was an eye-opening experience. We look forward to reading your book.”

K. Singh Sahni, M.D., FACS, Neurosurgeon, Chairman of Neuroscience & Medical Director Gamma Knife Center at Johnston Willis Hospital 

Mental health keynote speaker, Anne Moss Rogers

This is two minutes of a one-hour keynote at Safe and Sound Schools annual summit for educators. My topic was suicide prevention. And in this clip, I talk about an overall trend I’m seeing that is affecting the mental health of our young people.

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This is AnneMoss at UNC-Chapel Hill talking about how to help someone in a suicidal crisis when you don’t know what to do. This is from the UNC Out of the Darkness Walk for suicide Prevention.

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Thank you so much for sharing. This hits very close to home for me and it is so great to hear other perspectives on it. Thank you for being so vulnerable. You are truly a light!.

Kiersten Dillow, CPS Investigator at Washington County Dept of Social Services

Thank you so very much! This was powerful. I learned about so many new resources. Ex. Mantherapy.com…

Anne Flaherty, (She/Hers) – Vice President for Student Affairs Eastern Illinois University

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We received such amazing feedback from your presentation and the students gained such important knowledge and information. Your story and experience provide a perspective that cannot be taught in a textbook

Julia Rice Stokes, MSW, LMSW, CLCP, Teacher, VCU School of Social Work

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