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Let's Talk Mental Illness™

In a climate where talking about mental illness is taboo, Let’s Talk Mental Illness™ (LTMI) will empower your students to speak out and join the conversation.

LTMI is a school presentation that features first-hand experience from someone living with a mental illness.  A motivational speaker shares his/her personal story of illness, wellness, and recovery along with mental illness facts and statistics to engage your students and shift their perceptions about mental illness.

Bring LTMI to your school and transform the way your students think about mental illness. In this 45-minute interactive classroom or assembly presentation LTMI addresses:

  • What is mental illness? Prevalence, symptoms, and how to seek treatment.
  • What is it like to have bipolar disorder?  A story of recovery and resilience.
  • What it is like to live with a mental illness?  An interactive exercise.
  • Q&A
East MeadowI was watching the faces of students in the room who I have worked with that have been diagnosed with a mental illness. I could just sense the relief they must have been feeling,”
~Social Worker, East Meadow HS Peer Leaders

The presentation was very interesting and captivating. I really enjoyed hearing someone who actually suffered from a mental disorder to discuss his story.”
~Garden City HS Student

“This made me feel less alone.” ~Baldwin HS Student

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Hear what students and teachers are
saying about Let’s Talk Mental Illness™.
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Bring  LTMI To Your School Or Community

For more information on scheduling and fees email: btslessonplans@aol.com

Download LTMI Presentation Outline

 


 
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Breaking The Silence: Teaching the Next Generation about Mental Illness    btslessonplans@aol.com
NAMI Queens/Nassau 1981 Marcus Avenue, Suite C-117   Lake Success, NY   11042     ph. 516-326-0797   fax: 516-437-5785

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