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We provide opportunities for wellness professionals to grow their businesses.

We do this through inbound marketing, which willingly brings your audience to you!  We help you do what online directories cannot do: set yourself apart, and be in direct contact with people who are interested in long-term support.

The investment in this speaking platform is only a fraction of the cost of directories. Our events are an ideal exchange of value between you and your potential customer. It is the interaction that creates a lasting impression that in turn, converts attendees into referrals.

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*Speakers should complement the mission and image of Mind the GAHP.

*Please expect a follow-up phone interview if you are chosen to be a speaker. 

Mind the GAHP is a phenomenal organization! I am very thankful for having the opportunity to participate and speak at their inaugural event. My experience with the organization gave me the exposure to connect with women who were passionate about healing and growing. Since then, I have received an abundance of referrals for counseling and coaching services. I am beyond grateful for Mind the GAHP and I highly recommend their upcoming events to women who are in search of personal development.
— Shanika Johnson (Counselor, MS, NCC, LPC)
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I am thankful for the experience to be able to reach out to my core demographic and talk to them about mental health concerns they may be concerned about without teetering over the line into therapy. The environment was really warm and friendly and Shaza made a great effort in setting an atmosphere that felt safe and facilitated growth. This opportunity has given me a chance to work on my speaking skills and assisted in increasing my follower count on social media which helps with exposure! This event truly serviced a need in the community and I feel the ladies at the event really benefited from attending.
— Shanita Burgess (Counselor, M.Ed., LPC-A)
I was able to be a part of the Mind the GAHP event as a point of reference to answer some of the questions centered around mental health and wellness. I think that it was a nice, well-put-together event. The conversation and dialogue helped push the narrative about mental wellness and self-care in an affective way. Looking forward to what Mind the GAHP does next!
— Kemi Huntley (Counselor, LPC)