“Camille provides hope, understanding and strategy, with a sophisticated insight into how a person may think or feel in certain situations. Camille’s narrative style is captivating. We all had goosebumps in the room listening to her personal story being told in a eloquent but powerful way.”
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Re-Imagination of Mental Health is the leading talk run by Camille Wilson. It is an empowering talk that takes the audience through the stages of lived experience in mental health and the four key lessons to be learned when thinking about our own mental health, as well as that of supporting others. It changes perspectives and puts mental health in a new light. This is a highly sought after keynote talk.
Accept the Unaccepted is a thought-provoking talk that takes attendees through the process of accepting change and adversity in work and life. It uses story-telling to speak to four key points on why, as individuals, we find it difficult to accept situations that happen outside of our control and require us to adapt to change. The talk takes attendees through the lived experience of mental health to illustrate how to respond in times of difficulty.
Responding to Sticky Situations is designed to explore the scope in which changes in the environment and within business can impact on the individual and how the business responds to this change. It includes exploring the mental health continuum, the individual’s response to change, and understanding the applicability of this to situations that tend to be outside of our control. Guided by lived experience of mental health, the session covers how different business divisions are able to rethink how they see mental health in the workplace, and how best to upskill their employees to be mentally resilient in a practical and simple way.
“It was a great presentation and I’ve heard lots of other positive feedback in the office. I think your lessons about dealing with metal health at work are a great change from the norm, which in my experience are often ineffective. I’ll take away a few small lessons that I think will make a big difference in how I interact with others mental health, and probably my own.”