Speaking Engagements

Speaking Engagements

Engaging listeners’ imaginations through humor, storytelling and sound principles, Ms. Kant inspires her audience to identify their deeper concerns and needs through establishing an immediate atmosphere of safety and respect. Participants are given ample room to expand their thinking through targeted techniques as they also learn about others who have addressed and conquered similar challenges. Each presentation moves the audience closer to understanding and discovering new ideas and methods in search of reaching their personal and/or professional goals. Whether it’s an audience of 15 or 1,000, Ms. Kant’s captivating style and refreshing messages create a sense of “she’s talking directly to me” with individuals as well as teams. Ms. Kant partners with organizations to design customized programs and address specific issues. 

Wait, Can I Ask You Something?
(Communicating With Your Healthcare Professional/Wilsons’ Disease Association/University of Michigan)

Through study, research and conversations with a wide range of health practitioners and patients, Ms. Kant identified several key factors that are missing from this vital professional-to-patient partnership. Through her work with individuals on both sides of the equation, Ms. Kant developed a communication tool kit that ensures the continuation of the best medical practices with a greater mutual understanding. The result is more effective and compassionate healthcare communication.

Chronic Illness and Sexuality – Yes They Do Go Together!
(Talking to Your Patients About Sex)
(University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey/Robert Wood Johnson Medical School)

Wait, Can I Ask You Something?
(Communicating With Your Healthcare Professional)
(Women’s Health Conference)
(Queens Library HealthLink x 3)

“Mythogeny” (sexual myths)
(Queens Library Healthlink/GED Program)

Healthy Sexuality for Mature Adults
(Queens Library Healthlink)

Communicating Your Needs
(“Multiple Sclerosis Family Discovery Day”)
(Multiple Sclerosis Society)

Talking To Your Healthcare Team
(“Fight Cancer Like A Pro Conference”)
(Queens Library HealthLink)

Sexuality, Sensuality and Intimacy
(“From Within Conference”)
(United Spinal Association, Independent Care System, Multiple Sclerosis Society)

Communicating the Issues and Ethics of Living Donation in Renal Transplant
(St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital)

Sexuality, Sensuality, Intimacy and . . .
(Women’s Wellness Events) (Independent Care System)

Emotional Health While Living With MS
(“Multiple Sclerosis Family Discovery Day”)
(Multiple Sclerosis Society)

Sexuality and Intimacy After Cancer
(“Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancer’s National Conference”)
(Cancer Advocacy Organizations)

What/When Should I Disclose?
(Talking About Your Illness)
(Pre-Post Transplant Support Group)
(Rogosin Institute/NY Presbyterian Hospital)