Marti MacGibbon delivered the closing keynote speech at the Women in Criminal Justice Conference in Galveston, Texas. She followed the keynote with a workshop on stress management, stress reduction and emotional resiliency. The conference, held at the San Luis Resort, featured educational presentations from experts in the criminal justice field. Criminal justice professionals include probation officers, parole officers, correctional officers, legal experts, healthcare in correctional settings, and law enforcement. Marti is both a clinical and experiential expert on trauma resolution and addiction.
4, Sep, 2016
Marti MacGibbon Delivers Dynamic Keynote to HHS Agency Self Sufficiency Services Division
Marti MacGibbon delivered a funny, inspiring, and informative keynote speech and workshop at the Health and Human Services Agency, Self Sufficiency Services Division of Napa, California on June 10th. Administrators hired Marti to speak to social services and behavioral health professionals during their annual Staff Appreciation Day. Marti touched upon her powerful personal story, and provided insights into and sure-fire strategies for stress management, having more fun, getting and connected and staying connected to your authentic self and a positive support network.
23, Feb, 2014
Mental Health Resources for College Students
As a response to recent study showing a high number of college students suffer from anxiety and depression, onlinecolleges.net has published a resource that should prove both valuable and helpful. The onlinecolleges.net mental health guide discusses mental health issues facing students, links to each state’s social and health services site, links to recognized national organizations that sponsor support groups, general online resources, and tips on stress reduction and stress management. In my opinion, it is an excellent resource:
4, Oct, 2013
Turn Stage Fright into Fun
Okay, you’ve booked a radio spot⎯ an opportunity to talk about your book, your business, and whatever else is important to you. And you’re feeling jumpy. You’ve got butterflies in your stomach, and they’re driving you crazy. Your mouth feels tense, or your knees feel weak, or you’ve got cotton mouth…sound familiar? If your answer is yes, read on. You can turn this completely around.
As a professional speaker and standup comic, I’ve experienced all of the above and some even more dramatic “fear” signals in the course of my work.