Speaking/Consultation

Consultation Services:

Toni Kelly Counseling & Consulting welcomes opportunities to work with small businesses, corporations, and community partners who seek to enhance and grow in its understanding and delivery of developing an organization that is culturally competent and one that is conducive to the mental health needs of its employees, interns, and/or volunteers. We do this by offering training and workshops focusing on, but not limited to:

Workplace Mental Health & Wellness

DEI policies & Mental Health

If you have a specific event or topic area in mind, please schedule a discovery meeting so we can discuss further.

Speaking Services

Do you have an upcoming event and need a panelist, guest speaker, or mental health thought leader? Well TKCC welcomes opportunities to speak to the community on issues pertaining to:

Women & Minority Mental Health

Entrepreneurship & Mental Health

Workplace Mental Health & Wellness

If you have a specific event or topic area in mind, please schedule a discovery meeting so we can discuss further.

Videos of past speaking engagements

Women with Grit-October 10, 2023

Kick it with Whit-November 18, 2023

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