Compelling and insightful, Meaghan Buisson takes audiences on inspiring journeys of discovery. Through wild spaces and medical realms, she teaches audience members how to navigate with resiliency and strength.
In wild spaces or medical realms, Meaghan Buisson is a guide. She leads her audiences safely through challenging terrain, empowering them each step of the way. Relentless in her belief in the capacity of the human spirit to face and overcome obstacles, she offers a lifetime of effective strategies to audiences. Meaghan’s work helps people authentically transform their lives and find their best path forward, navigating with courage and strength.
Meaghan has been featured by CBC and CTV networks, Qz magazine and New York Magazine.
Adventure of a
Meaghan has described guiding dynamics as “marrying a stranger, then adopting several more.” She meets her co-guide, they’re handed a group of teens, then navigate environments that challenge them all.
With humbling, heart-warming, and occasionally heart-breaking, stories from the field, Meaghan highlights the skills and strengths required for effective teamwork, communication, leadership, and risk management. She makes guiding as relevant to success in everyday life as it remains for wilderness expeditions.
In this straight talking and empathetic presentation about psychiatric drugs and diagnoses, Meaghan challenges societal norms and helps audience members advocate for better outcomes.
Meaghan shares her personal journey into and out of the mental health system; the effects of psychiatric diagnoses and medications; taking and coming off psychiatric drugs; the benefits and risks of burgeoning psychedelic therapies; how to critically evaluate research to make informed decisions, and more.
When life shatters, where do you start to pick up the pieces? In this presentation, Meaghan shines a spotlight on many of the obstacles she has faced and overcome in both life and sport.
Authentic and approachable, she encourages her audiences to embrace challenge, accept change, and continue to pursue their dreams. Meaghan inspires us all that we can not only overcome obstacles, but turn them in to creating one’s path, step by step, to a life of passion, contribution and meaning.
Meaghan has been public speaking for many years and can easily customize one of her existing messages to fit your event or project theme.
Life is not a process of recovery. It is a journey of discovery.
"Incredibly powerful, extremely likeable, one of the most hyper-intelligent people I know.”
Dr. Gabor Maté / Physician & Best-Selling Author
“You have made significant contributions to the work and to this field. This generation of academic knowledge [regarding research and ethics concerns in psychedelic drug clinical trials] is happening because you fundamentally found the ball and kicked it into motion.”
Dr. Lily Kay Ross, M Div, PhD / Sexual Violence & Psychedelic Researcher
“It seems so insufficient just to say thank you. You have helped me in so many ways. You have helped me understand my daughter’s behaviors and helped me think about my responses to her. You have also given me the best information for help that I have found so far.”
Vivian S. / Parent
“I was very impressed with your presence and the high quality of your presentation. It was professional, straightforward and well thought out.”
John Monroe / Olympic & National Team Speed Skating Coach
“[Meaghan] offers an invaluable service to our youth, their parents, and school educators. As the number of young teenagers with eating disorders and self-harm issues rise, it is critical that we provide our school community with accurate information and a forum to discuss this growing problem... [she] enriches our community, enhances our classrooms, and positively impacts the lives of our students, families, and teachers.”
Brian Jackson / Saskatoon Public School Division Teacher
"Best speaker of the day. Meaghan was passionate, articulate, inspiring… it was unforgettable."
Will Hall, PhD(c) / Psychotherapist
International Network for Treatment Alternatives for Recovery
Canadian Mental Health Association
W. Brett Wilson Garden Party
Stikeman Elliott LLP
Psychedelic Psychotherapy Forum
Alberta Lung Association
Saskatchewan Winter Games
Westwind Eating Disorder Recovery Center International Roundtable on Treatment Innovation for Recovery
Independent Insurance Brokers of Alberta
Saskatchewan Home Builders’ Association
It’s About Childhood & Family, Inc.
Human Services & Justice Coordinating Committee of Ontario
The Leadership Project
Over 200 community and school presentations