Angela gives a powerful presentation on why YOUR life matters. Based presented as a workshop that includes mental health at a glance, understanding suicide, suicide risk factors, warning signs for adults/teens and how to start a conversation with someone experiencing suicidal ideation. Participants leave this workshop with increased knowledge about mental health, suicide and self-care. Suicide prevention safety planning included per request.
Angela Frazier lost her mother to suicide in 2016. In the same month she accepted admissions to pursue her Masters Degree and later honored as the student commencement speaker. Angela details pushing forward despite her circumstances. A shelter for survivors of domestic violence has now opened in honor of her mother, The Tami Best Emergency Shelter. She has now established an annual Mother's Day event. Angela discusses the resilience it took to turn a personal tragedy into serving others.
Developing a scholarship is a passion many of us share. Angela has developed two scholarships of her own and led others on their path of scholarship development. In either a one on one session or workshop setting have Angela take you step by step on how to excel in scholarship development.
Getting to this stage of life didn’t come without hard work and a great support system. Angela discusses the importance of not only education but mentorship. Education will get will equip you with the skill set but mentors will get you in the door. She will discuss the significance of both and how if you invest in each of these how far in life you can go.
Angela created Sisters in Public Health as a platform for women at her university to share a common space to discuss being a woman in the health field. This safe space is an environment to talk about being a women in leadership, self-care, breaking down barriers and overcoming life’s challenges. This workshop will discuss how to be of service and create balance at the same time. Best presented as a workshop but can be tailored to a keynote.
*Each presentation is based on groups particular needs*
We tend to avoid talking about the things that make us uncomfortable, suicide is one of those topics. A lot of us feel it’s a conversation that’s too much for kids to handle but talking to kids about suicide doesn’t have to be scary! It just has to be honest. This book will help navigate a conversation about suicide.