Mike Veny, America's Leading Mental Health Speaker


Keynote speaker, corporate drumming event facilitator, and author

Mike Veny is one of America's leading mental health speakers and high-energy corporate drumming event facilitator. He's the author of the book Transforming Stigma: How to Become a Mental Wellness Superhero. He delivers educational, engaging, and entertaining presentations to meetings and conferences throughout the world. As a 2017 PM360 ELITE Award Winner, Mike is recognized as one of the 100 most influential people in the healthcare industry. He starred in several OC87 Recovery Diaries documentary films, two of which were featured at the 2017 Reel Minds Film series.

With 15 years of experience electrifying audiences and making meeting planners look good, his mission is to help people heal emotional pain and discover meaning through simple ideas that empower wellness and healthy relationships.

Mike’s path to becoming a public speaker became evident at an early age. He convinced the staff at psychiatric hospitals to discharge him three times during his childhood. In addition to being hospitalized as a child, he was expelled from 3 schools, attempted suicide, and was medicated in efforts to reduce his emotional instability and behavioral outbursts. By the fifth grade, Mike was put in a special education class. Aside from getting more individualized attention from the teacher, he learned that pencil erasers make a great sound when tapped on a desk. He had no idea that drumming would become his career or his path to recovery.


Topics:

Anger Management

Anxiety Disorder

Disabilities

Mental Illness

Non-fiction

Professional Speaker

Psychology

Self-help

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http://TransformingStigma.com Mike Veny is one of America's leading mental health speakers. His mission in life is to empower people to connect, and he lives out that mission in every aspect of his life. Through his work has a mental health motivational speaker, he has become focused on dramatically increasing public awareness to transform the stigma surrounding mental illness.