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When people think of Tanya Brown it is often in connection with the murder of her sister Nicole Brown Simpson. Tanya will always speak on domestic violence, but she wants people to know what really happened to her as a result of her sister’s murder.


What people do not know is that she suffered a mental breakdown TEN years after that experience. This breakdown placed her in an in-patient and out-patient program for many month, all caused from lack of coping skills. Tanya knows that dark place than many people don’t want to face. Her motto is, “Talk It Out, Loud” and along with coping skills, one can take control of their mental health.

Through her personal experiences and professional education, she helps others develop effective coping skills necessary to manage stress, anxiety and depression. Today, she does workshops and coaching using her own Tanya’s Tools For Change as well as the Midwest Center Conquering Stress and Anxiety program to guide others toward mental health and prevent or manage mental illness. Her goal is to guide individuals to acknowledge their despair and turn their obstacles into opportunities. She emphasizes the significance of proper self-care in achieving and sustaining an optimal quality of life.

Tanya encourages her audience to recognize and acknowledge their personal struggles, in order to avoid overload and/or a mental health breakdown. Tanya has her Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology and is a certified life coach who helps others help themselves by providing tools for heightened mental clarity and awareness. She empowers her clients to remain disciplined and focused so they will reach their ultimate goal of optimum mental wellness.


She learned how to survive unimaginable heartache and loss. As the sister of Nicole Brown Simpson, she faced overwhelming life challenges to become a domestic violence advocate and engages audiences with stories of hope amid chaos.


As a Keynote Speaker, her motivational message focuses on self-care and promoting mental health and well-being. Using the T.A.N.Y.A. Formula to empower others with strategies for self-care and life balance to manage your chaos. She encourages everyone not to let adversity rule their life, but to seek the path that leads to living a happier, fuller, more meaningful life.

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