Bringing Mental Health Discussions
into the Daylight
Talking openly about mental health - just like you would physical health - will help remove the shame and stigma that needlessly isolate us, causing us to suffer alone in silence.
At work and at home, finding the courage to speak your truth and cultivating the facility to truly listen can bring us the connection we all seek.
Speaker. Advocate. Writer.
Welcome! I'm Tracy Hargen, and I am so glad you're here! You’ve come here because you care, and we need more people in the world like you. I’m not a mental health professional – but our journey may help you on yours.
So, if you are struggling, or loving someone who is, you’ve come to the right place. And if you are part of a company, and you’re trying to figure out how to help your employees, good for you! You’ve come to the right place too, and I’d love to work with you.
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The team felt it was highly valuable and really appreciated Tracy’s practical advice to help navigate a challenging situation with mental health. They all felt emotional, and they really valued the fact that you cared about them to put on a session about mental health.
You've helped me be a better Mom. My son told me he was struggling. Normally I would have told him he's fine, but instead I heard the words from your talk, and I sat and listened to him. He gave me the biggest hug - picked me up off my feet - and told me how much he loved me. He's getting help now. I shared this with my friend who then changed how she talked to her son. I just want to thank you for sharing your story - you may never know how many people you have impacted and helped.
Excellent run through of all the benefits and resources we offer. I'm in HR and until this presentation, I didn't realize everything- OR, quite frankly, I may have even seen the list before, but it hit me differently today following Tracy's story.