• Award-winning writer, activist and speaker on living with bipolar disorder

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Gabe Howard
Welcome! My name is Gabe Howard

I am a mental illness speaker, writer, and activist. Diagnosed with bipolar and anxiety disorders in 2003, I have made it my life's work to change the way society sees people with mental illness, to stop the discrimination, stigma, and fear. Let's start a conversation.

WHY HIRE GABE HOWARD AS YOUR SPEAKER

 

Engaging

Engaged, inspired audiences. Gabe's interactive style keeps audience members focused and entertained. Attentive audiences will always report a higher satisfaction with events than bored ones.

Life Experiences

Shares real life experiences living with bipolar disorder. Gabe says, "If you're looking for someone to recite definitions from a medical journal, I'm not your guy."

Interaction

Honest, real, and approachable speaker. Gabe loves interacting with people. He doesn't talk at an audience, he talks with them. He is intelligent, charismatic, and memorable.

 

Hiring Gabe ensures an audience-speaker connection.

Gabe is open and approachable and makes people feel comfortable enough to ask the difficult questions surrounding mental illness. Gabe believes that it is unasked questions and unheld conversations that lead to negative outcomes.

Do you want Gabe to speak at your next event? CLICK HERE TO HIRE GABE NOW Gabe@GabeHoward.com

Gabe's Featured Blog

  • I have Bipolar and Anxiety Disorder and I'm a Hypocrite

    I have Bipolar and Anxiety Disorder and I'm a Hypocrite

    Being a mental illness advocate, blogger, and speaker is a fascinating career. For the most part, I enjoy it and I am quite good at it. I like challenging people’s perceptions of what it means to live ...

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    by Gabe Howard
    Thursday, 09 October 2014
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  • Gabe is a brave (not fearless) advocate for those who are living with mental illness. I share that he’s not fearless because he struggles with severe anxiety that makes his work as a public speaker that much more challenging but he will not quit. He is passionate, funny, heartfelt and honest both in real life and online. — Dawn, Therapist and Conference Attendee

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