Whether you are seeking a keynote speaker to kick-off or close a conference, a story-teller for an intimate luncheon or staff retreat, or an extraordinary facilitator, Sue's inspirational and motivational presentations will have the audience at turns laughing out loud, dabbing their eyes with tissues and seeing themselves in her stories and the stories she draws out of others. Most importantly, Sue's presentations motivate people to change! "Agencies change the way they do things after Sue's presentations," says Bob Rooks, Director of Florida's Adoption Information Center. Brooke Jones, MSW from North Carolina relates, "After hearing Sue speak, a staff member had a new perspective on the barriers . . . and how she might be part of the change for her own agency."
Sue also loves opportunities to facilitate panel discussions, particularly when the panelists are youth and/or parents sharing their stories. "Sue Badeau is a fantastic facilitator. She is capable of creating a safe and supportive atmosphere while maintaining focus and direction in difficult conversations," states Jacob Ham of the Beth Israel Medical Center in New York.
Sue can bring her unique brand of inspiration to your agency, school or organizational training venue, or to your child welfare, juvenile justice, education or mental health conference, youth leadership event, fundraising banquet or other venues both virtually and in-person.
A few of Sue's Inspirational and Keynote topics include those listed below, although she is always willing to customize her presentation for your specific audience and needs, her workshop topics can be found under the training link:
To invite Sue to your next event or to get all of your questions answered, send an email to Sue@suebadeau.com
Sue is joined in the photo above by her friend and fellow inspirational speaker, Sue Harris of Boston, MA. Below, Sue is pictured with parents and youth at the National Forum on Youth Violence Prevention Summit in Washington DC and at a Trauma and Grief Learning Collaborative in Chapel Hill, NC.
There is an adult coloring book craze sweeping the nation, and now, there is a very special resource available that allows you to jump in on this craze while learning about caring for children who have experienced trauma. This new book, released May 1, 2016 from Helping Hands Press, offers over 50 images to color while also providing all of the information and parenting tips Sue typically includes in a full day workshop.
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