EJ is available to a wide variety of audiences. She is aware that anxiety, depression, suicide, trauma and PTSD effect every level of society in every country and are prevalent problems. Worldwide there are ever increasing numbers of people suffering from what she calls the TRIAD of mental health, TRIAD is an acronymn for trauma, individualized anxiety and depression. ej bohan effectively presents information in a manner that faces down the TRIAD and offers understanding of these troubling issues along with practical and effective methods for healing.
Additional presentations are available through her characters of Great Aunt Lizzie, and as the creator of, and host and performer at The Endorphin Release Cafe, an online virtual cafe where quirky humor and indespensible wisdom are served up.
What Wondrous Love is This?
Coming to know the heart of God and the power of His love.
Naked Like Me
Going from shame before God to intimacy with God.
A Biblical View of Mental Health
How a biblical worldview changes the understanding of the mind, its disorders, and healing.
Mental Health Disorders: The Leprosy of Today
How the stigmatization and fear of mental health disorders is reminiscent of the ancient cultural response to leprosy as documented in biblical text.
Losing My Mind, Finding God's
EJ's testimony/story about the loss of her mind in the summer of 2014 and the journey to find her way forward.
Overcoming Anxiety, Fear and Depression: The Journey Out
How to overcome anxiety, fear, and depression using biblical principles in practical application. Also includes information regarding diet, exercise and other beneficial activities to achieve freedom.
Trauma and PTSD Special presentation with extended time for questions.
EJ's understanding and ability to relay to you what it is like to have had PTSD throughout fifty years of her life, covering various ages and stages, will give you valuable insight. She provides practical principles to help manage the symptoms of this intrusive reaction to trauma. Of special note, EJ gives extended time for questions. Her ability to articulate all that she has learned both as a healthcare professional and as someone who is not only surviving PTSD but thriving gives hope. This is an excellent presentation and opportunity for healthcare professionals and universities and colleges.
With her commitment to helping others heal and to promote understanding of mental health disorders, EJ looks forward to opportunities to present at both secular and faith-based venues. She is able to create presentations depending on the need.