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Mental Health Speaker, Trainer, & Suicide Loss Survivor

One of the most sought-after motivational mental health speakers, Anne Moss has lived the ultimate tragedy and become an expert on emotional wellness, suicide prevention, and postvention, as well as youth mental health. She speaks most often at conferences, universities and schools, workplaces, and corporations.

Her youngest son, Charles, was the funniest, most popular kid in school. As a teen, he wore the mask of a clown to hide his depression and anxiety and used drugs and alcohol to numb his thoughts of suicide. Ultimately, he became addicted to heroin and took his own life in 2015 at age 20.

Anne Moss’s presentations always start with her powerful story of loss but end with a message of hope and the coping skills she used to heal emotionally. Authentic and real, Anne Moss teaches through stories and her audiences offer her their full rapt attention– often not moving.

The most devastating loss of her life was a turning point. While it took time to accept that purpose with grace, she has never looked back or regretted that decision.

What you need for mental health speaker, Anne Moss Rogers

Press Kit

Pictures, bio, and more are in the Press Kit.  Photos to promote an event or podcast are here  Headshots

Intro Bio

For events and podcasts, this is the intro for Anne Moss Rogers including trigger warning. Introduction

Link to Bulk Book Buys

Publisher contacts, bulk pricing, book images, and descriptions. Bulk Book Buys pdf

Get the One Pager

This pdf is an overview of Anne Moss Rogers: her topics, a short bio, training, books, and testimonials. One-pager

Safe Messaging

Guidelines for Sharing Mental Health Stories at a Public Event. Coach storytellers, safety guidelines, trigger warning. Free eBook.

Mental Health Speaker Testimonials

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Find hope, healing & purpose

…I saw you speak this morning at the NIMH suicide conference and it was one of the most beautiful, raw speeches I have ever witnessed. You were so vulnerable and open and articulate. Your story has inspired me to do everything I can as a doctor to screen for suicide/mental health concerns/and involve the whole family in my work. I thought your comment about connectedness, and the lack of it in our current age of social media and technological advances was brilliant….

Jaimie S., Research Assistant, National Institute of Mental Health 

Charles’s story, your story, must be told. What an incredible grief journey you have traveled, coming from where you were in 2015 to the impact you are making today in so many lives. The stigma of suicide needs to be told and you are the person to do that.  Your story resonates with bereaved parents and offers them a way forward…

Bob Burash, Chapter Leader, Bereaved Parents USA 

In Memory of Charles Aubrey Rogers, 1995-2015

Everything I do is in memory of my son, Charles Aubrey Rogers, the funniest, most popular kid in school who suffered from addiction and depression and died by suicide at age 20.

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Speaking and Family Pictures

Pictures of Anne Moss and various mental health advocates as well as family photos.

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Many teens left your class ready to open up about the issues they were facing with the other adult teen/youth workers at the YMCA Leader’s Club Regional rally. Your class was a bridge that encouraged teens and some of the attending parents to have those difficult conversations about self-love, authenticity, depression, grief and teen suicide. One teen in particular, who identifies as transgender, expressed how your class helped him accept who he is becoming. He also shared he once thought about dying by suicide and was ashamed but after hearing that others were facing the same issues helped him realize he was not alone.

Janice Hughes, Associate Director of Teens at YMCA of Greater Richmond

Anne Moss’s Mental Health Blog

Charles’s Eighth Death Anniversary

Charles’s Eighth Death Anniversary

Even now, eight years later the grief can ambush me out of nowhere and tears cannot be put on hold. At first, I didn't care if I cried in public. I didn't care if I lost it because I was numb, the loss so fresh and I thought "I have a right to mourn the most...

Workplace Wellness Program for Country Club Managers

Workplace Wellness Program for Country Club Managers

Workplace wellness is a big topic these days and managers are finding it a challenge to manage their own mental health and that of their employees. One of the sectors hard hit by the pandemic is the hospitality industry and recovery has been painful and fraught with...

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