If you’d like to contact me about speaking to your group, please call me at 314-849-2989, or email me at G.Doherty@att.net.

Speaking engagements give me the opportunity to address subjects I especially care about with a variety of groups and audiences. I have enjoyed speaking with large church congregations on topics such as faith, peace, and trust; new business executives from AT&T on the importance on keeping a balance between professional and personal lives; new nurses and doctors during orientation at Cardinal Glennon Hospital on dealing with the death of a patient. I particularly like speaking to teens and their parents on adolescent and parenting issues. Such talks usually are given during days of reflection, during school assemblies, during faculty in-service days, or during parent meetings.

I have delivered presentations on the following subjects:

  • Parenting teens
  • Family relationships and communication
  • Self-esteem and self-image
  • Self-care
  • Coping with death, dying and grief—adult and child
  • Spirituality and health
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • The need for balance in life
  • Coping skills for dealing with physical and or emotional issues

Prior speaking engagements:

On service

  • St Vincent DePaul Society, Fall 2006

To parents

  • Parents of Children with cancer at Camp Sunshine, Spring 2013
  • Parents of Children with cancer at Camp Sunshine, Spring 2012
  • Washington Middle school parent group, Winter 2007

To high school students

  • Motivational and teen issues, primarily Cor Jesu and Pallotine Retreat Center, 4 to 5 times a year.
  • Speech at the Mehlville Baccahlaurate ceremony, 2013

Women’s Day of Reflection

  • Fall 2013
  • Fall 2012
  • Fall 2011
  • Fall 2010
  • Fall 2009
  • Fall 2008
  • Fall 2007
  • Fall 2006
  • Fall 2005
  • Fall 2004

On Grief and the Grieving Process

  • Sisters of Sacred Heart, 2013
  • Montebello Retreat Center, 2010
  • Parents of St. Vincent DePaul Parish, 2009
  • Faculty of Cor Jesu Academy, 2006

Self image, esteem and motivation

  • Young executives of AT&T, 2010

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