AMHA-OR - Free Speakers
AMHA-Oregon offers mental health professionals as speakers who will address civic, fraternal, school or workplace groups on a wide variety of topics. Scroll down to view some potential speakers and topics.
Speakers can be scheduled through the AMHA-OR Administrative office.
Most speakers need at least two weeks notice; some need a month or more lead time to plan their schedules.
Portland Metro Area Speakers
- Johanna Courtleigh, MA, LPC, MFT in CA
- Communication Skills -- for supervisors, workers and anyone else
- Co-dependency -- You have a right to have a self.
- Creating Inner Peace -- stress, anger and anxiety management
- Forgiving and Moving On -- how to let go resentment, come into the present, and let the past be past
- Michaele P. Dunlap, PsyD
- Managing stress and distress
- Dealing with alcohol and drugs in the lives of those you love
- Reducing conflict in your family and work relationships
- Parenting to avoid the problem of "difficult adolescents"
- Elliot Geller, LCSW
- How Men Learn to Thrive in Life Through Group Therapy
- Grief and Loss
- Complicated Bereavement
- Men and Loss
- Couples Communication
- Men and Depression
- Christine Glenn, Ph.D.
- Depression -- An Uninvited Guest
- Mid-life Transitions -- Finding a Way to Your Self
- Dreams -- A Window With a View
- Kate Leonard, Ph.D.
- Impact of life threatening and chronic illness on families. (e.g. Cancer, MS, Heart Disease.)
- Coping with stress of serious illness
- For Psychotherapists: Cancer Issues in Therapy
- Terrie Lyons, Ph.D. PC
- Accepting a Gay Son or Daughter
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: Post 9/11
- Coming to terms with who you really are
- Transitions and Transformations
- Barney McDowell, MSW
- A 3 Step Model For Improving Business Communication
- Motivation From The Inside Out
- Handling Conflicts With Supervisors At Work
- Taking A Creative Relationship To Stress
- Downloading Self-Esteem
- Pulling Depression Out By The Roots
- Jane Meskill, LCSW
- Functional Group Dynamics in the Workplace
- Dream Interpretation
- Diane Moskowitz, MA LPC
- What is this thing called libido? -- The complex nature of sexual desire (public presentation)
- Sex therapy demystified for the general practice (for professional groups)
- Melissa Owens MA, LPC, CADC1
- Addictions and Addictive Behaviors -- First Steps Toward Healthy Balance
- Assertive Communication -- Listen, Be Heard, Be Effective
- Setting Limits -- Boundaries Improve Relationships at Work and at Home
- Vicarious Traumatization-A Hazard of Caring
- Yael Schweitzer, LCSW, BC-DMT
- Managing Stress with Mindfulness
- Stepping out of reactivity - Skills for mindful interactions
- Stephanie Spak, MA, LPC, CADC 1
- Successful Aging: What the Research Shows
- Transitioning into Retirement: A New Vision for the Rest of Your Life
- Authentic Happiness: Using Positive Psychology to Put More Pleasure, Flow and Meaning in Your Life
- Heather Stein, Psy.D.
- Kathleen Walsh LMFT
- Bullying in the Workplace: what is it, what can you do about it?
- Women and Conflict in the Workplace
- Bragging 101 for women: Tooting your horn without blowing it
- Unplug the Christmas Machine: enjoy the holidays by honoring your deep values
Schedule a speaker
We would like to make the process of scheduling a speaker as simple as possible.
Please call us on 503-222-0332 to advise the speaker or topic that interests you and the date and time you would like to schedule. We will return your call promptly.
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