Invite Dr. Lisa Boesky to Your Event

7 07 2008

Dr. Lisa is a heavily sought after speaker for conferences and events across the country.

When you NEED a fast-paced, thought-provoking and skill-building Keynote Address, Conference Workshop, or Full-Day Training, your audience will laugh and learn with Dr. Lisa!

Dr. Lisa understands how much time and effort goes into planning and coordinating a conference or training program. To help make the process easier, we have provided the links on our website to assist meeting planners, coordinators and promoters in preparing and facilitating the most effective (and as smooth-running) event as possible.

Dr. Lisa Boesky, is a Clinical Psychologist, National Speaker and Author of the new book When to Worry: How to Tell if Your Teen Needs Help–and What to Do About It.

Dr. Lisa has worked with a wide range of individuals—from mildly stressed individuals to some of the most dangerous, destructive, and troubled individuals in psychiatric hospitals and juvenile jails and prisons.


Dr. Lisa

Each year Dr. Lisa captivates, trains, and inspires thousands across the country with her high-energy and interactive presentations.

Dr. Lisa consults on mental health policy for a variety of agencies and is regularly sought by legal professionals to serve as an expert witness on cases involving mental health or suicide.

Dr. Lisa’s excellent reputation and popularity as a TV Guest Expert,

National Speaker, and


are due to her passion, warmth, humor and unique ability to make complex information interesting and easy-to-understand.

If you are interested in having Dr.Lisa speak at your event, please visit here.




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