Speaking

Photo by Jessica Holleque of Emily P.G. Erickson speaking and explaining things about mental health, culture, mindfulness, and motherhood to her children.

Emily is an experienced speaker with a record of compelling radio appearances, conference presentations, webinars, and more. Emily is known for being a thoughtful and candid speaker who can offer a psychological perspective on topics like motherhood, mindfulness, and culture. Click the button below to check Emily’s availability to speak on your podcast, join your video panel, or virtually present to your group.

Speaking Experience

Episode 38 Perfectly Imperfect Paradigm Shifts (The Courageous Wordsmith Podcast Guest September 10, 2020)

ArMOMdo Monologue (HUGE Improv Theater May 4, 2016)

Mind your process: The psychology of public engagement” Webinar Presentation (Association of Pedestrian and Bicyclist Professionals 2014)

Trauma: Context and Treatment Guest Lecturer (University of St. Thomas Graduate School of Professional Psychology CPSY 652 Marriage Counseling 2014)

Academic Writing Workshops (University of St. Thomas Graduate Writing Center 2013-2014)

Episode 13 ArMOMdo (Next At Bat Podcast Guest 2013)

Lead and co-facilitator of dozens of public planning meetings (City of Saint Paul, 2008 – 2013)

Shrink my problems: How psychology can save your public process Conference Presentation (Pro Walk/Pro Bike/Pro Place Conference 2012)

Sustainable transportation & the Bike Walk Central Corridor Action Plan Guest Lecturer (University of Minnesota DES3331 Streetlife Urban Design Seminar 2012)

Sustainable Transportation & Saint Paul Guest Lecturer (Students for New Urbanism 2011)

Sustainable Transportation in Saint Paul Guest Lecturer (University of Minnesota LA1001 Sustainability by Design: Community, Place, & Environment 2011)

Transportation Session Speaker (Alliance for Sustainability Conference 2011)

Twin Cities Tour (American Planning Association National Conference 2009)

Talk News Director (Macalester College Radio WMCN 2005 – 2008)

Flying Pigs and Other Things Host (Macalester College Radio WMCN 2004 – 2008)

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