Mental Health Advocate, Speaker, Writer

MENTAL HEALTH ADVOCATE - Writer, SpeakerHaving lost my husband to suicide in 2013, after his life-long battle with depression, I’ve become a passionate advocate for mental health support services and awareness. We must remove the stigma surrounding mental health and suicide so that the people who struggle are able to open up and share their experiences, and thus get help.

Read more about my personal story here.

Stephanie Chandler professional keynote speaker content marketingSpeaker on Mental Health and the Aftermath of Suicide

A professionally-trained speaker who has covered business topics on hundreds of stages, Stephanie Chandler is available to speak to organizations of all sizes about the following topics:

  • The Aftermath of Suicide: How Families Are Impacted
  • Depression Lies: You Matter More Than You Know
  • Surviving Loss by Suicide
  • Grief Recovery and Healing
  • Self-Care Strategies for Living with Mental Health Challenges in Your Family

Stephanie travels from Sacramento, California. Please contact her to inquire about your event.

washington post aftermath of suicide stephanie chandlerFreelance Writer

As a mental health advocate, Stephanie Chandler is available to write articles related to mental health, suicide prevention, grief recovery, and the aftermath of suicide.

Sample articles:

Please Don’t Give UpWashington Post, June 2018

A Widow’s Journey Through the First Six MonthsThe Shriver Report, June 2014

Stephanie welcomes opportunities to contribute to publications on topics related to mental health, suicide, grief, and the aftermath of suicide. Please contact her to inquire.

Stephanie Chandler is based near Sacramento, California. She is mother to a young son, and has a home full of rescued pets (well, not too full!). She serves on the board for Friends for Survival, a nonprofit organization that supports families in Northern California who’ve been impacted by suicide loss. She also recommends the Alliance of Hope, an online community for those impacted by suicide.

Stephanie, Chris, and Ben, November 2008

Halloween 2012

Mother’s Day celebration at the Little League field, May 2018

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