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Sue speaks, writes, and blogs about real life issues to help break the stigma around mental health. Her messages offer hope and healing, challenging and motivating audiences to take the 'next step' in their journeys.
Whether speaking on a podcast, a stage, or one-on-one, Sue's enthusiasm is contagious, shining the light of hope wherever the listener needs, cheering them to see their dreams become present reality.
Previous State and National-Level Presentations include:
"When I'm Not Okay: Removing the Mask" - Ohio College Personnel Association annual conference, 2019
"Out of Balance" - Ohio College Personnel Association annual conference, 2020
"Who Am I...Really?" - Ohio College Personnel Association annual conference, 2020
"The Inside Life of an Eating Disorder" - Annual Conference on Advancing School Mental Health (Univ. of MD College of Medicine Annual Conference), 2020; Annual Conference for Association for Christians in Student Development, 2022
"Connecting the Dots, Finding Myself" - - Ohio College Personnel Association annual conference, 2021
"But I'm Not a Mindreader! Fostering an Evnrionment of Mental Health at Home" - Annual Conference on Advancing School Mental Health (Univ. of MD College of Medicine Annual Conference), 2021
What People Are Saying...
"The best presentation at OCPA." (Ohio College Personnel Association) - Mick, Ohio State University
"I would heartily recommend Sue’s presentations for not only teen students but also adults who are struggling with depression, eating disorders, family dysfunctions, and other mental disorders that cause problems in everyone’s life. She does a fantastic job of helping people learn who to reach out to for help and where to get help as well." - Jeff Severino, Teacher, Watkins Memorial High School
"I have decided to seek help for my own anxiety and depression." - Brianna, graduate student
"Thanks for allowing me a moment to think about my own selfcare." - Samantha, Franklin University
"Thank you for your bravery, honesty, and your genuine spirit. You've overcome so much and through your story, you inspire others." - Jacqlyn, Wright State University
"For those who have lost sight of who they really are and believe the "not good enough" lies, find hope in Sue's story." - Violet, Amazon book review for "This Much I Know...The Space Between"
"Sue shares her heart and story in a way that makes it real and relatable. For me personally, it shined the light in areas of darkness I didn't know existed, while giving me hope for the healing that can happen." - Marisa, Amazon book review for "This Much I Know...The Space Between"