Speaking Engagements
 
Craig Wagner is an author, researcher, and activist helping people achieve mental health recovery using evidence-based non-drug optionsHe speaks regularly on the unrealized potential of integrative mental health and the many pragmatic non-drug options that are helping people reclaim their lives. He can be engaged for conferences, seminars and training events either as a keynote speaker or workshop leader.
  
Within the mainstream, Wagner works with major mental health organizations to broaden the acceptance of non-drug treatments. This includes summarizing the latest non-drug treatment research for both the Caucus on Complementary, Alternative and Integrative Medicine of the American Psychiatric Association and affiliates of the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Outside the mainstream, he has a grass-roots focus where he is a blogger for Mad in America and a freelance alternative mental health editor and consultant

Contact us to engage Craig. See his full bio.

His recent and upcoming speaking engagements include:
  • August 29, 2016. Mental health overview for special education teachers. Washtenaw Intermediate School District, Wagner Rd, Ann Arbor. 1:00pm.
  • October 10 2016. Non-drug approaches for Adult Mental HealthNAMI Jackson County, JaxNaz Church, 3905 Clinton Road, Jackson MI. 6:30 pm.
  • October, 11, 2016. The integrative path to mental wellness - respecting drug and non-drug options. NAMI Family-to-Family education. VA Hospital, Ann Arbor, Michigan. An adjunct to NAMI Washtenaw County training. 6:30 pm. Class registration required.
  • October, 12, 2016. The integrative path to mental wellness - respecting drug and non-drug options. NAMI Family-to-Family educationVA Hospital, Ann Arbor, Michigan. An adjunct to NAMI Washtenaw County training. 6:30 pm. Class registration required.
  • October 29, 2016. Avoiding mental health crisis with non-drug approachesPaths to Recovery Conference. Michigan's largest mental health recovery event. Speaker and workshop leader, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  • November 3, 2016. Non-drug options for creating personal recoveryNAMI Peer-to-Peer educationWashtenaw County affiliate. Community Mental Health, 2140 Ellsworth Road, Ann Arbor, MI.
  • November 29, 2016. A family perspective on recoveryNAMI Peer-to-Peer educationWashtenaw County affiliate. Avalon Housing residents. 6:00 pm at Miller Manor.
  • March, 2017. Non-drug options for creating personal recoveryNAMI Peer-to-Peer educationLivingston County affiliate. First United Methodist Church, 400 E Grand River Ave, Brighton, MI. Exact Date TBD.
  • March, 2017. Non-drug options for creating personal recoveryNAMI Family-to-Family educationLivingston County affiliate. First United Methodist Church, 400 E Grand River Ave, Brighton, MI. Exact Date TBD.
  • April, 11, 2017. Integrative mental health - respecting drug and non-drug options. NAMI Family-to-Family education. VA Hospital, Ann Arbor, Michigan. An adjunct to NAMI Washtenaw County training. 6:30 pm. Class registration required.
  • April, 12, 2017. Integrative mental health - respecting drug and non-drug options. NAMI Family-to-Family educationVA Hospital, Ann Arbor, Michigan. An adjunct to NAMI Washtenaw County training. 6:30 pm. Class registration required.
  • April, 13, 2017. Integrative mental health - respecting drug and non-drug options. NAMI Family-to-Family education.St. Joe's Hospital, Chelsea, Michigan. An adjunct to NAMI Washtenaw County training. 6:30 pm. Class registration required.
  • October 24, 2017, Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association, Massachusettes Annual ConferenceComplementary approaches to managing psychiatric conditions, Boston, MA.
Contact us to engage Craig as a speaker, writer, consultant, or interviewee.  See Craig's full bio.