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Practice Public Speaking Skills!
Do you want to expand your practice? Have you been considering speaking about the good work we professionals do? At Toastmasters you will learn how to present your topic with growing ease and style. Toastmasters International is a non-profit association to help people master their public speaking skills. This is a great opportunity to make our world a better place to live one mental health professional at a time. This truly is a great opportunity for therapists who have interest in presenting at meetings, workshops, and conferences. It also may be beneficial with your 30-second pitch at professional or clinical meetings. Toastmasters for Mental Health Professionals is A fun and supportive environment! To learn more us, visit Our Toastmasters club for Mental Health Professionals meets on the 2nd and 4th Friday of every month at 12:30 PM in Sherman Oaks. The meeting is 90 minutes in length. The location of the club is at The Community Room in the Sherman Oaks Galleria. For the same price as what one dinner may get you, you could get 6 months of Toastmasters experience and knowledge. That's all. It's just the cost of 1/2 tank of gas. If you are interested, please email Anita Avedian at [masked] or call (818)[masked]. Please share this information with any clinician who may have interest in working on their public speaking skills. Sincerely, Anita Avedian, LMFT Founder of Toastmasters for Mental Health Professionals


15301 Ventura Blvd. · Los Angeles, CA

What we're about

Toastmasters for Mental Health Professionals is a club for clinicians who want to practice their public speaking skills. It provides a great opportunity for those who have interest in presenting at meetings, workshops, and conferences. We offer a fun and supportive environment!

This club is a closed group. One must be one of the following to be eligible for membership:


Psychologist, or Psych Assistant

MFT, MFT intern, and MFT trainee

LCSW, and MSW (must be working toward hours)

LPCC, LPCC intern, LPCC trainee

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