A Unique Combination of Research and Personal Experience
Dr. White has facilitated workshops and spoken on stress management, burnout, emotional resilience, mental health and stigma to audiences such as business leaders, tech workers, human service managers and staff, social work faculty, psychology students, adolescents, and African American women.
She has also presented at prestigious national and international conferences bringing professional expertise and her own personal journey to mental health and wellness initiatives.
Dr. White is a passionate advocate for organizations and individuals eager to develop organizational policies, programs, and personal habits that support healthier and happier workplaces and workforces.
Diversity & Inclusion
Mental Health Advocacy
Corporate & Educational Institutions
Registered Non Profit
Practical and though-provoking
“Dr. White’s talk about the stigma of mental illness was engaging, practical and thought-provoking. Using examples from popular culture, and her life, she illustrates the process and outcomes of stigmatization, with support from the research literature. She helps the audience explore their biases against people living with mental illness, and provides strategies for challenging them.”
— Jeffrey L. Edleson, PhD, Dean and Professor, School of Social Welfare, University of California, Berkeley
A transformative experience
“Dr. White gave an engaging, interactive 50-minute talk. She masterfully balanced observations from research and personal experiences. The lecture was followed by a lively discussion. Several months later the students continue to refer to Dr. White’s talk as a “transformative experience.”
— Katia Mitova, Director, Center for Academic Excellence, Chicago School of Professional Psychology
A unique sense of humor
“Using her unique sense of humor, Dr. White comes across as an extremely accessibly and enjoyable lecturer. She can speak to a large group of college students and not only get them all to laugh, but she can also make them feel as though she’s made a personal connection to each and every one of them.”
— Anna Morgan-Mullane LCSW, VP of Mental Health Services, Children of Promise, NYC
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