Whether asked to speak to young adults, community members, or other mental health clinicians, Natasha’s goal is always to deliver speeches and dialogue with the intention of motivating or inspiring the people in the audience. She encourages the audience to look at things from different perspectives and to become more attentive to their own talents, abilities and creative thinking. The ultimate goal of Natasha’s dialogue is to change people profoundly on an emotional and/or mental level, and to help them make either a professional or personal change in their lives and within themselves. She meets her audience on an expressive level and she builds on where they are now and their strengths and skills that they did not acknowledge they had. As an advocate for healthy healing and transitions, Natasha has specific, but not limited to, topics that she offers.
Cultural Stigma: Understanding and supporting Mental health in the African American community
The Opponent Within: Understanding and Supporting Athletes’ Mental Health and Well-being
Thinking Outside The Box: Developing Creative Ways to Cope
The Playbook: Understanding the Importance of Sports Social Work and Psychotherapy to Athletes’ Performance
Game Time: A Conversation About Balancing Mental Health and Wellness
*Topics are not limited to the listed above*