Our interactive workshops marry the art of storytelling with mental health education to inspire meaningful conversations about mental health and mental illness and equip young adults with tools to improve their well-being. Each presentation or workshop can be customized to your group’s needs.
Our team offers advice, guidance, and actionable solutions to educational institutions and youth-serving organizations to help promote young adult well-being. Our experts evaluate your mental health programming and systems to help you maximize your efforts to support student mental health on campus and in your community. Our goal is to foster long-term partnerships that lead to successful outcomes.
A few words from our clients.
"Abraham was a joy to work with and was committed to making the event a success. I would highly recommend his speaking services and absolutely think his message is one that will benefit any community touched by mental health struggles (even if they don’t know it). He made the topic 100% accessible and does an incredible job breaking through the shame and stigma of seeking help. We can’t wait to host Abraham again!"
—Eating Recovery Center
“Speaks 2 Inspire was easy to work and coordinate with. We were able to communicate details over email ahead of time, which helped the day-of presentation run smoothly.”
"Professional and very easy to work with. The presentation met all of my
expectations and touched base on all of the learning outcomes I wanted my students to hear. I would definitely recommend Mr. Sculley to anyone that is looking for a speaker on mental health and combating the stigma."
—The University of Texas at Dallas
"Abraham was very engaged with the
students and he even took time to have one-on-one discussions, answer questions, and take pictures after his presentation. I was so impressed with Abraham that my staff and I have discussed inviting him back to Montgomery College for other campus events."
"Overall, his presentation was informative, but also personal, which I think is the biggest difference between a good presentation and a great one. We will definitely be inviting him back—he radiated positivity and calm, which is something everyone could use a bit more of."
“During the presentation, students were asking so many questions and sharing about themselves. This is something that does not happen often. After the assembly, many students emailed and messaged me noting that they felt connected to your story.”
“Mental health can often become a gloomy topic, but Abraham was able to navigate highs and lows proficiently… I highly recommend his services to any college or university looking for someone who can tackle a difficult yet incredibly important topic in a way that doesn’t put students off but pulls them in.”
“Abraham was able to create a safe environment for students in the room to share their thoughts and experiences as well. He also took a considerable amount of time after the presentation and made sure to talk to every student who wanted to continue the conversation.”
“Wonderful experience and message. We received outstanding feedback and had a packed house to watch the presentation. Thank you for working with us!”
—Lisa Shelton, Director of Student Life, Lake Land College
“We loved having Abraham visit campus. I had a student stop by my office after Abraham’s visit and say, “I thought it was just me. I didn’t know someone else felt this way.” His presentation has opened up a critical and ongoing conversation between staff and students at our college.”
—Joy Kaurin, TRIO SSS Advisor, Lake Land College
“Your dynamic and engaging delivery connected with our students and staff. You gave both the person struggling and those who want to help the resources and words they need. Thank you!”
—Andrew Peltz, Ph.D, Principal, Revere High School
“Connects well with audiences, creates safe and exciting experiences for learning, and inspires positive change.”
—Laura Horne, Chief Program Officer, Active Minds
“Thoughtful, energetic, witty, knowledgeable, eloquent, and extremely engaging!”
—Gayle Simon, Associate Director, Scripps Research
“Great job of creating an open, safe and comfortable space for students and attendees to share their thoughts and feelings regarding the stigma surrounding mental health.”
—Mercury Bowen, Communications Engagement Coordinator, Lake Land College
“Great job keeping up the energy over Zoom!”
—Obi Felten, Founder, and CEO, Flourish Labs
“The storytelling was compelling, sincere, and brought forth messages that my students were appreciative to hear. Students were engaged, and it was seen in the chat as they commented throughout the webinar.”
—Dixiana Chavez, Assistant Director, The University of Texas at Dallas
Check out our upcoming events.
March 19, East Hill Spring into WellnessFlorida
March 28, The Wardlaw + Hartridge SchoolNew Jersey