Abraham Sculley is an educator who shares his personal experience with depression to inform and inspire others. Abraham uses his personal story and professional expertise in the field of mental health to conduct suicide prevention training programs, host mental health awareness workshops, and educate others about the unique challenges the African American community faces regarding mental illness...
About the Author
Abraham O. Sculley
Abraham Sculley is a husband, educator, author, fitness trainer, and highly sought-after mental health speaker. He received his B.A. in Psychology from the University of West Florida in 2019 and currently lives in Pensacola, FL with his wife Estefania Sculley and dog Gypsy.
Abraham uses his personal story and professional expertise in the field of mental health to conduct suicide prevention training programs, host mental health awareness workshops, and educate others about the stigma of mental illness and the importance of prioritizing their mental health.
Over the last six years, Abraham has impacted numerous audiences around the United States, including professionals in health care organizations, leaders in for-profit organizations, nationally acclaimed non-profit agencies, and students and professors at major universities and colleges.
As the founder of Speaks 2 Inspire, LLC, an organization dedicated to promoting mental health awareness and sharing the mental health stories of others, Abraham continues to provide mental health education and follow his passion of assisting others in achieving optimal mental, emotional, and spiritual health.
About the Book
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word “depression”? Unlearn the Lies: A Guide to Reshaping the Way We Think about Depression addresses seven lies that infiltrate the hearts and minds of so many people, causing them to suffer in silence. Throughout the book, Abraham Sculley courageously shares the personal struggles and challenges he faced to unlearn the lies he told himself after being diagnosed with clinical depression in college.
As a young, black, Christian man, the pressures of his religion, culture, and society planted seeds that seemed impossible to uproot. However, through his commitment to doing the work for his mental health, he was able to overcome the depths of depression. This book is designed to expose the lies that you may be telling yourself about depression, walk you through the steps of unlearning those lies, and give you practical tools and tips to achieve optimal mental, emotional, and spiritual health.