Anne Walsh’s Latest project, Out of the Mouths of Moms, is a collection of stories about motherhood told by moms from many walks of life.
During her signature talks, Anne brings humour to experiences of daily life while offering valuable tips for overcoming common challenges. She helps audience members connect through her interactive style and use of creative directives. Anne empowers women to share their challenges with others and brainstorm realistic solutions together. She also supports women by recognizing their inherent value and creating a platform where their voices can be heard.
- I love Anne’s workshops because she is so authentic and gentle. She welcomes you into the group and you feel accepted.
- I came into this workshop confused and I now have a plan. The problem-solving activity where each person wrote on our problem profile was so effective. It got right to the root of the problem.
- I really enjoyed this workshop. Anne is so nurturing. I felt safe.
- Anne is a riot! She is plain and straightforward and even when we discuss something heavy, it feels like a girls’ night out.
- We got to spend time doing something creative as a family. Our son opened up about his feelings. We had this great chat and it was all very natural.
- I always envied artistic people. Now I realize I can be creative and have fun and not take everything so seriously.
- Anne made quite an impression on our students. I know a few of them will be in touch with her. Three students now think they would like to be art therapists.
- Our students were so excited to participate in this workshop. They learned a vocabulary and we gained some practical tools as well to deal with their behaviours.
Anne is available as a public speaker and workshop facilitator. Topics include:
Motherhood is not a One-Woman Show
Based on her experience of writing Out of the Mouths of Moms, Anne shares her observations about motherhood and urges women to unite and support one another.
Creativity is the New Math
Discusses the importance of encouraging creativity in the classroom. Anne has been visiting schools, offering prosocial behaviour workshops and she finds that students are thirsty for open-ended activities where they can express their individuality.
Have You Hugged Your Alien?
Anne teaches students, teachers and parents how to express difficult emotions in a healthy way. This talk is based on her workshop which is designed for children and offered in classrooms and public libraries.
We are NOT Computers: How to unplug and connect
How can we create more time, habits and rituals to come together and connect as couples, families and communities? Anne explores the answer to this question.
The F Word-Re-branding Fatherhood
The role of men and fathers has shifted and left many to wonder where they fit in the grand scheme of things. Anne reveals what she is discovering about men through her research into fatherhood.
You, Me and Ptsd
In her work with military families, Anne has witnessed the difference it can make when all family members understand the workings of ptsd. She discusses the importance of identifying triggers, having a safe plan and being educated in order to thrive as a family and maintain a loving environment.
The Three Pillars of Wellness
Designed as part of a corporate wellness workshop, Anne explains how we need each other in times of stress and what we can do to reach out and get the support we deserve.