Speaking UP About a Mental Health Crisis (Paperback)
What are you struggling to say?
It's time to speak UP.
In Speaking UP About a Mental Health Crisis, Pamela O'Neill combines her firsthand account of the dangers of working as a frontline worker in mental health-when a former colleague was murdered by a client while on duty-and her honest experiences of personally dealing with mental health issues. Shocking international statistics and probing questions are presented in a relatable way to inspire readers to speak UP about the worldwide mental health crisis we are currently facing. She encourages everyone to share their voice and be their authentic self. If you're ready to let go of your fear and break free from what's keeping you silent, this is your liberation song.
Pamela O'Neill is a former journalist and social worker who has dealt with mental health issues both personally and professionally. Through her calling as a mental health coach, she facilitates open communication about mental health and is building a community that will work together to end its stigma. She will guide you in the discovery of your courage to speak up about any issue you feel afraid, anxious, or unclear about addressing. Pamela believes in each person's ability to regain their confidence, be healthy, and thrive. While at home in Canada, she hopes to reach a global audience with her service.