- Public Speaking
Joyce Marter, LCPC
With mental health topics at the forefront of society, it’s important to understand how the discussion fits in at work. A mental health focus can not only improve employees’ personal lives, but also your bottom line.
Many companies are recognizing the vast benefits of hiring a mental health speaker in Cleveland to address mental wellness and mental health awareness. Joyce Marter is experienced and skilled to not only assist your employees but also to improve the functioning of your businesses as a result.
According to NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness), the average time between the onset of mental health symptoms and treatment is 11 years. That simply needs to change. Taking a proactive approach can mean all the difference both in your business and in the lives of your employees.
As a mental health speaker in Cleveland, Joyce has worked with a wide variety of companies of all sizes and industries to address mental health, learn the signs and symptoms of mental illness and addiction and how to open up about mental health or addiction issues with coworkers, friends and family. And she has the research and resources to back her training up.
Joyce Marter’s writing, presentations and trainings have reached a global audience of 1 billion and she brings with her a wealth of education and experience. And countless companies have realized the vast benefits of adding mental health awareness training to their corporate training schedules.
Joyce is not only a renowned mental health speaker near Cleveland and a Licensed Psychotherapist, she is also an acclaimed writer, business owner and keynote speaker. With her training sessions, she helps organizations increase employee productivity, emotional intelligence, morale and overall wellness which can, in turn, decrease absenteeism, turnover, risk issues and healthcare costs.
Joyce has been featured in a plethora of media outlets, including CNN, Crain’s, Huffington Post, Inc., Chicago Tribune, MSNBC and more and you can feel confident in her leading your workplace training session, which is customized to your needs.
Your company’s training led by Joyce Marter, mental health speaker in Cleveland, places focus on your employees’ own mental health and offers tools to help them become their happiest, healthiest and most productive in all areas of life.
She has worked with Fortune 500 companies along with small businesses who wish to function more optimally with an engaged and healthy workforce. With a longstanding career focused on destigmatizing mental illness, Joyce has used her mental health speaking in Cleveland and around the world to change organizations for the better.
Joyce’s trainings have helped increase organization productivity and built an understanding around mental wellness and its importance. It helps employees gauge their own mental health as well as identify the signs of someone struggling with mental illness and addiction. She offers practical tools that can be put in place immediately with a compassion approach.
It’s time to put your organization’s wellbeing at the forefront.
Joyce Marter has been a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor since 1998 and is the Founder of Urban Balance, an insurance-friendly counseling practice she started and grew to over 100 therapists working from nine locations during her tenure as CEO. She is the Chair of the Midwest Region of the American Counseling Association, a Past-President of the Illinois Counseling Association, and a two-term Past-President of the Illinois Mental Health Counselors Association. With a background in Employee Assistance Program and addictions treatment, Joyce Marter is passionate about providing corporate training seminars and keynote addresses to promote mental health in the workplace. She is a member of the National Speakers Association and has been a mental health public speaker for over twenty years. Joyce Marter is a blogger for PsychCentral and The Huffington Post and is routinely consulted as an expert by the media. She has been featured in such outlets as The Wall Street Journal, U.S. News & World Report, CNN, Real Simple Magazine and MTV.