You’re Not Alone

Mental health advocate, college success coach and author of the book You’re Not Alone, Zach Westerbeck will speak at the Bexley Public Library on Wednesday, April 27 from 6:00-7:00pm. The event is co-hosted by the Bexley Education Foundation and the Bexley Community Foundation and is free thanks to generous underwriters.

Westerbeck, who suffered from deep depression and was diagnosed in 2016 with a severe anxiety disorder, is a frequently requested speaker on college campuses across the nation. He will share his personal journey as well as strategies for seeking help, finding hope and charting the road to recovery. The presentation is appropriate for parents and older high school students.

What others are saying about Zach:

“He lays out a compelling framework for destigmatizing mental health challenges and having difficult mental health conversations.” – Robert Wilson, founding partner, Culture Shift Team

“I cannot wait to bring Zach back to campus and to continue his discussion on mental health issues with my student body.” – Paul Fereante, AD for Student Engagement, New York Institute of Technology

“Our students really connected with Zach on a very difficult topic. He has a high degree of professionalism and respect for his audience.” – Elena Grace Anderson, AD, Fraternity & Sorority Life, University of Tennessee Chattanooga