Mental Health Awareness Speaker
Helping leaders recognize mental illness is a physical illness.
Transform Your Organization
Bring the power of Pat Kenny’s talks to help your organization shift the mindset of leaders to recognizing mental illness is a physical illness.
Shining a spotlight on mental health and providing simple actions you can take to improve your organization and leadership abilities.
About Chief Pat Kenny
PATRICK J. KENNY has been a member of the fire service for over 38 years, Chief Officer for over 25 years and a speaker in multiple countries on Mayday for Mental Health® for more than a decade. He is the international best-selling author of TAKING THE CAPE OFF: How to Lead Through Mental Illness, Unimaginable Grief and Loss and has articles published in the areas of mental health, leadership, fire safety, and fire code challenges.
Praise for Pat Kenny’s Talks
“Chief Pat Kenny’s presentation on Mayday for Mental Health® is one of the most impactful presentations I have ever heard.”
“Chief Pat Kenny is a leader among leaders. I encourage you to look to Pat Kenny for a speaking opportunity at your conference. “
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Patrick J. Kenny’s International Bestseller
Taking The Cape Off
Can Help You and Those You Know
“A powerful self-help book for leaders.”
-Tammy Ruggles, Readers’ Favorite 5 Stars!
“Invaluable advice on how to deal with mental illness in the workplace and at home.”
-Jose Cornelio Readers’ Favorite 5 Stars!
“A book about hope and moving forward.”
– K.C. Finn Readers’ Favorite, 5 Stars!
“I recently took Pat Kenny’s class on mental health. I strongly encourage you and your organization to reach out to Pat Kenny and get this class scheduled near you. It’s hugely important and the best class I’ve ever taken.”
Breaking the Stigma
Looking for an uplifting speaker to empower leaders with tools and resources to break the stigma of mental illness?