The Strength of Our Anchors is a collection of personal stories told by Dawn M Bornheimer, Erin Antroinen, Jackie MacDougall, Emily Clark, Kim LaMontagne, Leia Lewis, Natasha Novak, Anna Owusu, Kathy Clark, and Tina Paulus-Krause. Their stories are woven with the challenges they’ve overcome, lessons learned, tools acquired, and the perspective that comes as a result of their willingness to reflect.

“When you come out of the storm, you won’t be the same person who walked in. That’s what this storm’s all about. “ -Haruki Murakami

Featured contributing author, Kim LaMontagne

Kim has devoted her life to helping others survive and thrive in the face of mental illness. After suffering in silence with anxiety, major depression, suicidal thoughts and alcohol abuse, Kim has found recovery and a life of true happiness.

A consistent ‘top performer’ and winner of several Director’s and Peer Choice Awards within her organization, Kim suffered alone in the workplace because of shame and fear of stigma.  Her professional performance never wavered, but inside she was broken, empty and on the verge of giving up. Kim shares her story of recovery to help others find the courage, power and strength to rise above the fear, stigma and shame of mental illness.

About Kim:

Kim is a Speaker, Teacher and Advocate with National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), an Ambassador, Speaker and Member of the Advisory Board of Worth Living Mental Health, a Member of the Dartmouth Hitchcock Health System Campaign to Combat Stigma and Discrimination in Behavioral Health, Contributing Author and Survivor.  In April 2019, she will be certified by NAMI National as a State Trainer for the NAMI, In Our Own Voice program.

She is a frequent speaker at conferences and conducts onsite workplace mental health presentations. She has written several blogs about mental health and recently conducted her first podcast.

The book is scheduled to release the week of February 25th.

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