Natasha Tracy is an acclaimed mental health speaker, writer and consultant. She has been in the mental health field for 10 years and is considered a bipolar disorder subject matter expert. Learn more about Natasha Tracy here.
Mental Health Presentations
Natasha has spoken to groups from four people to 400 people, in places from classrooms to ballrooms. She commonly speaks about her own story with bipolar disorder, which includes her experiences with suicide, self-harm, medication treatment, electroconvulsive therapy and more. People walk away from Natasha’s presentations being incredibly uplifted and inspired. Learn more about hiring Natasha as a mental health speaker here.
Social Media Consulting
Natasha Tracy has been consulting in the area of social media for about eight years, giving brick-and-mortar establishments, books, services and personalities an online presence. Natasha works behind the scenes to give her clients what they need out front.
- Overall online presence strategy
- Social media strategy
- Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, etc. presence, both initial and ongoing
- Blog creation updating and editing
- Creating search engine optimized (SEO) content
Natasha believes you don’t have to understand the technical underpinnings of social media; you only have to understand your business goals and use social media to achieve them. See here for more information on social media platform consulting with Natasha Tracy.
Natasha Tracy has written, literally, thousands of pages on mental health-related matters. Natasha currently writes two award-winning blogs: Bipolar Burble and Breaking Bipolar. She has also written hundreds of informational articles on sites like HealthyPlace.
Natasha is formally trained with a bachelor’s of computer science, so she is well-versed in technical writing, having worked as a program manager for Microsoft. She has written detailed software specifications, documentation and more.
Contact Natasha Tracy
If you would like to discuss a project, Natasha would love to hear from you. Write to her and let her know what you need so you can start talking.