Other Parents Like Me Announces Free Thursday ‘Speaker Talks’
Other Parents Like Me, an online subscription support community, is now offering free Thursday Night Speaker Talks. Previously accessible to members only, meetings are now open to anyone via oplm.com/upcoming-speakers/. These weekly events feature specialists from various levels of adolescent and young adult therapeutic programs, TEDx speakers, wellness professionals, and parent coaches, who share expertise and dispense guidance for audience members.
Attendees of the Thursday Night Speaker Talks are able to pose questions through Zoom’s chat features and interact directly with professionals. Previous speakers include the co-founder of Summit Achievement Wilderness Therapy Program (ME), Dr. Will White, as well as the author and co-founder of Evoke Therapy Programs (UT), Dr. Brad Reedy. These interactive events are held from 8-9:30 PM EST. With registration, participants have the ability to interact anonymously to ensure privacy.
To rewatch a ‘Speaker Talk,’ you must be a paid subscriber of Other Parents Like Me. Payment options available are $100 monthly or $1000 annually. Membership includes extensive offerings such as daily support groups, blogs, and the Resource Hub. One member shared, “I always feel calmer and more empowered after a meeting, from the topics and reminders to focus on my own path as a way to help my child.”
To sign up for a 7-day trial, visit https://oplm.com/register/.
About Other Parents Like Me
Other Parents Like Me (OPLM) is a female-founded online platform and virtual community, designed to create a safe space for parents, providing guidance as they move from a place of crisis to healing. We currently feature over 15 live support groups per week, guided exclusively by our trained Peer Parent team members. Also included in our membership is complete access to the robust Resource Hub, dynamic Speaker and Expert Panels, and a comprehensive support directory of vetted professionals and organizations within the mental health community. Other Parents Like Me (OPLM) helps parents know they are not alone. Hope and healing starts here.