Sarah A. Greenberg, MFT | Workshops for Mental Wellness

Workshops & Speaking

My workshops include opportunities to build self-awareness, new skills, and concrete tools you can carry with you into your work and life.

Customized workshops or experiential keynotes by Sarah A. Greenberg

Customized workshops or experiential keynotes

Whether I’m working with a group of 10 or a group of 500, online or in-person, you can expect easy to digest nuggets from the latest research, opportunities to build self-awareness and new skills, and concrete tools you can carry with you into your work and life.

Recent engagements include:

  • Grace Hopper Conference (audience = 400 female leaders and allies; topic = authentic executive presence)
  • Consero Learning & Development Forum (audience = 70 senior leaders in L&D; topic = meaning & purpose)
  • BetterUp Coaches Conference Keynote (audience = 65 leadership coaches; topic = finding flow)

Relevance is key. Any of the sample topics below can be adapted for your unique audience.

  • Learning to listen: The simplest skill to supercharge relationships and nurture psychological safety
  • Igniting purpose: Finding everyday meaning in life and work
  • Finding flow: The science and practice of “getting in the zone”
  • Mental Health Fitness: Learn preventative practices to boost resilience and weather the inevitable storms of life
  • [fill in the blank]: I find meaning in creating new material that gets to the heart of what you know your audience need
Mental Health First Aid Workshop by Sarah A. Greenberg

Mental Health First Aid

(8-hour course)

Approximately 1 in 5 adults in the US experience mental health challenges every year. And depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide. Mental Health First Aid is a research-backed, internationally recognized, 8-hour course that teaches how to help a fellow human who is experiencing a mental health challenge or crisis. In the United States and Canada, it is overseen by the National Council for Behavioral Health.

Mental health challenges at work are too massive to ignore, and this type of prevention approach is too simple and effective not to employ. It’s not a replacement for access to clinical treatment. Rather, it’s a community approach that connects people with treatment and creates an informed social safety net outside of clinical care.

When your employees are trained to recognize signs of mental health distress and know how to communicate, they can be part of an immensely impactful early intervention effort. If we identify problems early, we increase the chances people get the help they need as soon as possible.

Reach out to set up an on-site course for your team or organization. Remote option coming soon!