Mental Health & Domestic Violence Prevention Advocate
Tanya Brown is the youngest sister of the late Nicole Brown Simpson. Honoring Nicole’s memory, her family founded The Nicole Brown Foundation, which is dedicated to educating communities on strategies for domestic violence prevention. Brown’s involvement in the Foundation has included speaking and advocating to community groups, service organizations, schools, law enforcement agencies, nonprofits and shelters, providing assistance to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Read More >
The Struggle with Mental Health Issues: The Difference Between Dealing and Coping
Drawing on her years of experience working with the Nicole Brown Foundation, Tanya Brown understands the complexities of dysfunctional relationships and the many manifestations of domestic abuse. Sharing her sister Nicole’s personal story of abuse, as well as her own story of depression, Brown’s message is one of hope and possibility. This presentation is a must for audiences who want to know firsthand about domestic violence.
To better serve you and the needs of your employees, Tanya Brown has collaborated with Employee Wellness Coaching (EWC), an innovative health behavior change model sought by progressive corporations that are dedicated to promoting employees to be both effective and fulfilled.
You alone have the power to change everything in your life. You can attain all that you have ever wanted and desired in your life. All you have to do is believe in yourself and your ability to change. As your coach, Tanya Brown will help you design a L.I.F.E. plan that will give you the direction you need to live a congruent life, ensuring all areas are in balance.
Tanya Brown emphasizes the importance of acknowledging the self as a whole: mentally, spiritually, physically, and emotionally. Our attitudes have a tremendous impact on our health and wellness. It is imperative that each of us learn how to cope, not just deal, with life’s challenges to experience a healthy and balanced life.
Corporate America is beginning to recognize that domestic violence is not just a personal and domesticated issue. They are beginning to understand that most likely there is a victim of domestic violence working for them and that their perpetrators harass and threaten them during work hours. As a result, it affects their bottom line in lost productivity, as well as putting others in danger.
Through the many ups and downs in her life, Tanya Brown has remained a survivor. She shares her personal story of slipping into a dark depression and the self-destruction that followed. Focusing on the causes, recognition techniques, and effective coping skills of stress, depression, and anxiety, Brown encourages her audience to acknowledge their personal struggles in an effort to avoid possible breakdown. Read More >
In this 45-60 minute program, Brown inspires the audience by sharing her own personal story of struggles while taking you through her heartbreaking journey during the time of her sister’s brutal murder. You'll discover the necessary tools for change and survival she learned throughout her hospital stay for depression and how they have become a daily practice for her. Read Less ^
If you are constantly putting others in front of yourself then you are bound to experience a burnout. You have to take care of yourself and lead yourself first before you can reach out to others. This presentation guide shows you how to get in touch with your value system, set goals, remember your goals, problem solve, identify roadblocks, overcome roadblocks, and resist those things that don’t further your dreams.
In this 45-minute presentation, Tanya Brown discusses where a violent relationship starts and where it can end. It may not start with a bruise; it may instead begin with emotional trauma. Brown opens up and shares her own personal stories, as well as diary entries from her sister Nicole.
Taking care of yourself during this challenging time is essential! Sadly, the economy is affecting many areas in a person’s life. Not only are people losing their homes, jobs, and family, many are becoming more mentally taxed than ever before. Statistics show that depression, suicide, and domestic violence are on the rise. Furthermore, studies show that more people than ever need assistance to get through it all. There are coping strategies that are proven to work. Tanya Brown is here to help.
"I can't express how amazing Tanya was last night! Down to earth, real, vibrant, passionate, beautiful inside and out, funny, engaging, and a pleasure to work with! She touched many people who have already started reaching out to us and I look forward to continuing my relationship with her and working together with domestic violence awareness and law reform."