Upcoming Speaking Engagements


What can we learn from people who hear voices?
Hearing Voices Network Fundraiser
New York, NY
April 2, 2017

Invited Plenary, Karuna 2nd Annual Conference
Hartford, CT
April 21, 2017

Childhood Matters: Bridging Hearts and Minds
Syracuse, NY
May 3, 2017

20th ISPS International Congress
Liverpool, United Kingdom
August 30-September 3, 2017

Noel Hunter mental health care

Recent Speaking Engagements

  • Advancing Psychotherapy for the Next Generation
    Sponsored by the Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis
    Chicago, IL
    January, 2017
  • “Trauma and chronic stress: Stop the madness”
    Rethinking Children’s Mental Health Seminar
    New York University
    September, 2016
  • “Healing trauma through advocacy”
    Toivo by Advocacy Unlimited
    March, 2016
  • “Moving beyond resiliency: From surviving to thriving
    2016 Metro Counseling Center Conference
    Bronx, NY
    January, 2016
  • Taking a trauma-informed approach to ‘serious mental illness’
    Training workshop
    Association for Mental Health and Wellness
    Ronkonkoma, NY
    December, 2015
  • Hearing Voices Network groups
    Mindfreedom Mini-Conference
    Newton, MA
    October, 2015
  • Hearing Voices Network Training Workshop
    Maimonides Medical Center, Department of Psychiatry
    New York, NY
    June, 2015
  • “Trauma informed care: Language and fear”
    Hope, Healing & the Human Spirit
    Syracuse, NY
    March, 2015
  • “Beyond sanism: Bridging the professional/psychiatric survivor divide”
    19th ISPS International Conference
    New York, NY
    March, 2015

Feedback from previous workshops:

“Your workshops always unveil to me new pathways to explore for self-cultivation”

“I was so impressed with her presentation that I asked her to come to our agency and speak to all staff about trauma informed care…Noel was able to “hit all the notes” we were looking for, and then some. She has a rare ability to be straightforward without being insulting or distancing.  Her talk was edifying and enlightening, packed with important and useful information.”

“Many staff reported finding her talk informative, and unlike anything they have heard before. There were many comments about her style which was very natural and easygoing, while really packing a punch due to the nature of the subject and all the information she was imparting.”