What We Do


All programs listed below can be delivered in a webinar format.

If possible, please provide two alternative presentation dates in case your initial presentation date is unavailable.
e.g. Montgomery County

Program Cost


Perfect for adult audiences, Just Talk About It is an introductory mental health education program hosted by a clinician that features a young adult speaker.

  • we recommend a minimum of one hour for this program, 90 minutes is ideal
  • this program is presented by a MYM clinician and a Young Adult Speaker
  • designed for adults; if students attend we recommend ages middle school and above

Our professional young adult speakers provide educational programs built around lived experiences.

  • we recommend one hour for this program

Minding Your Mind is committed to providing our educational programs free of charge in our primary service area. Due to the ongoing surge in requests for our programs and our steadfast effort to fulfill our mission, we ask that you consider making a donation, especially when requesting several presentations on multiple dates. All donated funds will be used to help defray the cost of the program. Any support is greatly appreciated.

Program Cost


A National Registry of Evidence-based Practices and Policies (NREPP)-qualified suicide prevention training that teaches adults to specifically identify and take action when encountering someone in crisis.

  • we recommend a minimum of 90 minutes for this program
  • this program is presented by a MYM clinician
  • there is an option to include a Young Adult Speaker as part of the presentation, but requires additional time allotted (two hours)
  • for adults only

Program Cost

Classroom - $100 per class

Professional Development/Conference - $500 per session

Our mindfulness training can be brought to a school or workplace to create an environment that promotes productivity, reduces stress and anxiety, and teaches the value of focus and resilience.  

  • we recommend one hour for this program

Program Cost

Classroom - $100 per class

This interactive presentation creates awareness about mental wellness and emotional impact of behaviors by teaching children how to identify their emotions, engage in kind acts, and build empathy.

  • we recommend a minimum of 45 minutes for this program

Engagements 90 miles outside of the greater Philadelphia region will include additional travel expenses.

Program Cost

Cost for Corporate Education Program: $1,500

Engagements 90 miles outside of the greater Philadelphia region will include additional travel expenses.

Audience - Young Adult Speaker Program
Audience - Just Talk About It
Audience - Q.P.R.
Audience - Mindfulness
Audience - Kind Minds
Thanks to the generous support of our donors, funds are available for organizations that require financial assistance to host this program. Would you like to apply for consideration?
Please provide the following information in the box above: brief description of the demographics of the attendees include age and the number of participants; brief description of the school environment/climate; procedures for parking and accessing the building.
Suggested topics as well as sensitive topics to address or avoid.

Meet our Pennsylvania speakers for “Young Adult Speaker Program”


When in high school, Timmy went from an elite student-athlete to someone who was dependent on drugs and alcohol. This lifestyle was a series of bad decisions that ended with time in jail. Recovery put Timmy on a path that led him to graduate from college Summa Cum Laude and realize his dream of becoming an NCAA national champion in lacrosse.


Morgan’s self-doubt and insecurity led to anxiety and depression that eventually manifested into disordered eating, self-harm, and suicide ideation. Through her recovery, Morgan developed positive coping skills and learned how to love herself, turning that self-doubt into self-worth. She shares her story so that others know they are not alone and recovery IS possible.


Significant childhood trauma and not understanding how to manage what she was feeling, Kristen turned to substance misuse and self-harm to mask the pain. After going to treatment and learning how to replace her negative coping skills with positive ones, Kristen proves it’s never too late or too early to get the help you need.


A loving family and excelling as a student and athlete still didn’t quiet Kelly’s anxiety and deep fear of failure. These conflicting messages led to an eating disorder and substance misuse, eventually pushing Kelly to seek treatment, allowing her to now live a positive life full of travel and adventure.


Hiding his anxiety and depression behind a mask of “the kid who has it all,” Jordan turned to drinking to cope and eventually attempted to take his life. Today, Jordan is a messenger of hope who teaches that although we can’t choose the things that happen to us, we CAN choose how we cope with them.


The pressure felt by the daughter of ethnic cultures striving to be the “all-American girl” coupled with a family history of mental illness and traumatic events had Katya experience depression, anxiety, and negative coping. Now healthy and accepting of herself, Katya empowers others to become the same.


From a young age, Evan thought his panic attacks and feelings of anxiety were just part of his personality. He developed depression that led to substance abuse and angry outbursts, until an “ah-ha” moment led him to recovery and a passion for functional health care, combining lifestyle changes with traditional treatments.


Difficult experiences in high school turned this student-athlete to feeling worthless and mentally abusing himself. Scott turned his world around by harnessing the power of positive self-talk and incorporating positivity into his life, now helping others discover that thoughts are just as important as actions.


Hiding her anxiety and depression by being an over-achiever and high-performing athlete throughout her school years, Emma was freed from the weight inside her when diagnosed with bipolar disorder and becoming a champion of self-advocacy.


His perfect life and go-with-the-flow attitude in high school did not follow him to college, where Lucas developed depression that became so severe he couldn’t eat. Recovery inspired him to help other teens having the same experience, letting them know there is always hope, and that there is a wonderful life on the other side of depression.


Struggling with her body image and depression in high school led Deanna to self-harm and develop an eating disorder, as well as a suicide attempt. Entering treatment and finding she was not alone helped her recover and become an advocate.


As a student-athlete experiencing depression, anxiety, and suicide ideation, Andrew was able to find recovery through psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and positive coping skills.

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