What does being well looks like in 2020?
Emotionally + Mentally + Spiritually + Physically
In 2020, these things all look a little different. We all need to come TOGETHER and create a healthy environment. Whether it’s your workspace, home or virtual classroom….
We all need to be sharing tips for having a positive, healthy and compassionate life.
With all of the major events of this past year, our life as we know it is changing at such a rapid pace, making our anxiety levels higher than ever before.
Everyone of all ages, races and genders are feeling triggered and stressed.
Who can help guide the way to a new healthy future? Megan Gallagher, a mental health advocate, can share tips for adapting to these changes and how we all can create a healthy work space. Whether your office is virtual or socially distanced, we all could use a fresh perspective from a young millennial on how to thrive as we move towards a bright future.
At just 25 years old, Megan has a unique perspective on mental health and how we can use certain tools to thrive in today’s generation, for our mental benefit.
“Megan was great connecting with our students during her presentation for our Senior students on wellness day. Her content was relevant and specifically designed for this age group. The students could feel and see her genuine enthusiasm for speaking to them on this special day.”
“Megan is a breath of fresh air who spoke from the heart with poise and wisdom beyond her years. Her story resonated with a room packed full of High School Seniors who learned essential tools to greet their future. Piedmont High School was honored to host Megan.”
“I appreciated Megan’s advice because she was really relatable to what I was going through. She’s really approachable and easy to talk to. I also liked the meditation stuff she sent me, it was very helpful! Megan was also very nice because she opened up about her experience and makes you feel like you’re not alone!”
“Since first meeting Megan as a High school student in 2012, she has had a passion to find her true happiness while helping others along the way. It wasn’t until 4 years later that I found out her struggles with severe anxiety and panic attacks that she faced throughout her teen years. Over the past few years I’ve seen her gain more confidence, set and achieve her goals, and make every day count. Having people like Megan that are relatable and open will hopefully continue to be a source of support for others.”