Welcome! I’m Silouan Green and here you will find my videos, regular blog postings, books, information on my speaking and much more. I am a speaker and writer passionate about helping others find the clarity and focus to use the good and bad experiences of their lives to live with deeper happiness and meaning. Thank you for joining me!
Speaking, writing, and tools that inspire and heal! For the last 15 year Silouan has impacted the lives of thousands speaking, training, and working with hundred of groups, organizations, and individuals including the following:
Department of Homeland Security, Colorado State Patrol, Federal Bureau of Prisons, Chicago PD, Denver PD, Broward County Sheriff’s Office, Indianapolis Metropolitan PD, Cincinnati PD, Columbus PD, Monticello Fire Department, Purdue University, Illinois State, UW-Lacrosse, IU-Kokomo, University of California – Riverside, UW-Platteville, Ivy Tech, Gold Star families, Survivor Outreach Services, Yellow Ribbon Transition events, Camp LeJeune, Fort Bragg, Fort Campbell, Walter Reed, Fort Drum, Camp Atterbury, the National Guard, US Air Force Space Command, Air Force Reserve, Veterans Administration, VFW, American Legion, Marine Corps League, National Alliance on Mental Illness, Adanta, Mental Health America, Bowen Center, Visiting Nurse, the Red Cross, Easter Seals, AHEC, Community Family Services, Veteran’s Services, juvenile courts, addiction courts, veteran’s courts, Willow Creek Community Church, Brentwood Baptist Church, and hundreds of state and national conferences on mental health, leadership, overcoming adversity and peer support.
Silouan is a writer and keynote speaker who presents workshops across the country on PTSD, overcoming trauma, peer support, suicide prevention, and resilient leadership. His books and life skills program draw from his own life experience overcoming adversity and for the last 15 years he has helped others do the same. From first responders to heroin addicts, veterans to mental health professionals, he has helped thousands draw on their own trials and traumas to find meaning and live free.