After our son, Tom, died by suicide in March 2015, we chose to dedicate ourselves to suicide prevention education and speaking about our grief journey.
Bring Me To Your Event
Available for live speaking events at schools, community centers, small groups, corporate events, and more! Kimberly has been seen recently at Kadlec Hospital Community Education presentations, Yakima Valley Community College, Rotary meetings, and Chamber of Commerce functions.
"Kimberly’s presentations are compelling. She is a dynamic and riveting speaker who presents difficult material with sensitivity and candor..."
Karen Hayes, MA
Community Health Programs Manager, Kadlec
"...Mrs. Starr was prepared to answer any questions my peers and I asked and assured us that though the topic of suicide is uncomfortable, talking about it is necessary to breaking the stigma..."
High School Senior
"...[Starr's] biography-based approach helps participants personalize the data through the lens of her relationship with her son, Tom, and stories about his life..."
Founder and Lead Consultant
My Mind My Power
Read the Book
The day her son died by suicide was the worst in Kimberly A. Starr’s life.
Each of the next 457 days would present its own challenges – and opportunities for healing.
If you are experiencing thoughts of suicide, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255 or contact the Crisis Text Line at 741741.