Meet Abraham Sculley
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. Over the last 6 years, Abraham has impacted numerous audiences around the country, including professionals in health care organizations, leaders in for-profit organizations, nationally acclaimed non-profit agencies, and college students and professors at major universities. Abraham received his B.A. in Psychology from the University of West Florida, is a certified QPR Suicide Prevention Instructor and Mental Health First Aid Advocate and is a member of the Active Minds Speakers Bureau. Through his work, Abraham continues to promote the importance of mental health education and to assist others in attaining mental wellbeing.
Coping Through a Pandemic
Athletes and Mental Health
Men and Mental Health
People of color and mental health