“Her audience interactions are concise, empathetic and heartfelt.” Review by Avram M Cooperman MD Co- Director the Pancreas and Biliary Center of New York Prof Surgery Mt. Sinai Hospital

  I have heard Joan E. Childs, LCSW and Keynote Inspirational Speaker, lecture at professional meetings, to students and to community groups for 5...

Joan E. Childs, LCSW, Keynote Inspirational Speaker – “outstanding therapist” Review by Stan Cohen, Executive Vice Dean of the Health Professions Division, Nova Southeastern University

I have known Joan Childs for more than thirty years as an outstanding therapist, and I am very familiar with her work.  Not only...

Keynote Inspirational Speaker – Colleague Review by Elahe Mehrel EcCT

It  has been a pleasure and an honor to get to know Joan  Childs as a colleague. Being exposed to her lectures,  I have...

Keynote Inspirational Speaker – “Compelling Story” Review by Kathy Kaether

Joan grabs her audience with her compelling story of a great family struck in the heart by her daughters’ suicide. Joan’s passion for helping...

Keynote Inspirational Speaker – Review by Jo Ann DeCanto

Joan E. Childs recently spoke at our meeting of The Compassionate Friends, an organization that offers support to bereaved parents, grandparents, and siblings.  As...

Keynote Inspirational Speaker – Review by Anna Hollingsworth

 Joan E. Childs, LCSW was a recent guest speaker at our local chapter of The Compassionate Friends, a self-help support group for bereaved parents,...

Keynote Inspirational Speaker – Review by Christine Williams

As a member of Compassionate Friends of Boca Raton, a bereaved parents support group, I was pleased to meet Joan Childs at our last...

Keynote Inspirational Speaker – “Enlightening talk” REVIEW By President, Edna Einhorn NAMI Broward, Inc

I am writing thank you for your enlightening talk on Mental Health and the issues that caused the greatest tragedy in your life, the...

WHY DO PEOPLE COMMIT SUICIDE? – Joan E. Childs

This perhaps is the most common question asked after someone commits suicide and the most difficult one to answer. In her recent article, Sanity...