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Mental Health Speakers

We represent influential and inspiring Mental Health Speakers who are known worldwide. Browse through Speaker Agency speakers and get in touch!

Alexandra Adams New
Alexandra Adams UK’s First Deafblind Person Training to be a Doctor | TEDx Speaker
  • Being the UK’s first deafblind medical student: The Journey
  • Experiences of the Young Female Patient
  • Medicine and Mental Health
Alice Fraser New
Alice Fraser Comedian, Broadcaster, Writer, Keynote Speaker
  • Grief, loss, mental health and wellbeing, politics
Ben Lindsay OBE New
Ben Lindsay OBE CEO and Founder, Power The Fight | Best Selling Author Charity Times Rising Leader Of The Year 2022 | PhD Candidate at Durham University
  • Community & Social Action
  • Violence Affecting Young People
  • Youth Sector
Catherine Knibbs New
Catherine Knibbs Human Behaviour Technologist
  • Why we do what we do online (needs and e-ttachment), healthy development in a world of technology
  • Cybersecurity and the human who ‘humans’ (why mistakes are really made), addiction is not the answer, tech is not the cure
  • Porn viewing in children and young people: why it’s not use or consumption
Darren Edwards New
Darren Edwards Record-Breaking British Disabled Adventurer, Inspirational Speaker, and Author.
  • Strength Through Adversity
  • The Adaptive Mindset – The Five Pillars to Overcome Adversity
  • World-First Leadership and Teamwork
 Debra Searle MBE
Debra Searle MBE Professional Adventurer & Entrepreneur(Mindset & Resilience Speaker)
  • Choose Your Attitude! It’s not magic: it’s mindset.
  • Practical tools to stay motivated and build resilience.
  • Wellbeing techniques to expand our ability to tolerate the challenges.
 Dr Alex George New
Dr Alex George UK Ambassador for Mental Health| Host of @thestompcast | Co-founder of @be_mettle_ | Best selling Author | Keynote Speaker
  • Mental health
  • Wellbeing in the workplace
  • Managing High Performance Teams
Dr Alka Patel New
Dr Alka Patel Lifestyle Medicine Physician, Longevity Coach, GP, Author, Podcaster and Multi--Award Winning International Speaker. Founder of The Longevity Concierge | CEO of Lifestyle First | Named Holistic Healthcare Practitioner Of The Year
  • Why Health is A Verb Not a Noun
  • Slowing Down Ageing to Live Longer & Become Younger
  • The Forgotten Medicines: Happiness, Kindness, & Gratitude
Dr Ally Jaffee MBChB BSc FRSA New
Dr Ally Jaffee MBChB BSc FRSA Multi-Award Winning NHS Medical Doctor, Mental Health Advocate & Content Creator, Nutritank Co-founder & Creative
  • Doctor’s Mental Health
  • Health & Creativity
  • The importance of Human Connection
Dr Claire Ashley New
Dr Claire Ashley GP and Burnout Specialist | NHS Clinical Entrepreneur | Public Speaker | Educator | Entrepreneur | Coach and Consultant
  • Burnout Prevention
  • Burnout First Aid
  • Burnout Recovery
Dr. DION Terrelonge CPsychol New
Dr. DION Terrelonge CPsychol Fashion Psychologist, Researcher, Consultant
  • Dressing for success: Is there any science in it?
  • Personal style and wellbeing
  • Towards a circular economy: Psychological barriers and ways forward
Dr Liz O’Riordan New
Dr Liz O’Riordan Speaker | Author | Storyteller | Conference Host
  • Improving The Quality Of Cancer Care
  • Women’s Health
  • Mental Health
Dr. Michael Gervais New
Dr. Michael Gervais Performance Psychologist Working with the Best in the World | Host, Finding Mastery Podcast | Architect, Finding Your Best Mindset Masterclass | Everyday is an Opportunity to Create a Living Masterpiece
  • Optimising Individual Performance Across Any or All of the Factors Listed
  • High Performing Teams
  • Decoding Disruptors
Dr Philippa Kaye New
Dr Philippa Kaye GP, Author, Mother
  • Women's health
  • Breast health
  • Know your normal - health
 Dr Prash Ladva New
Dr Prash Ladva Award Winning NHS Doctor, Chief Executive Officer at LinkMedics, Associate Director in the NHS and Clinical Fellow to the NHS National Medical Director
  • The power of youth – why young people should have a seat at the table
  • How to win hearts & minds – why storytelling is important to success
  • Building resilience – my story leaving the UK to study medicine overseas
Dr Reena Kotecha New
Dr Reena Kotecha Organisational Wellbeing Consultant, TEDx/International Public Speaker, International Advisory Board Member for Headspace Health, Mindfulness Research Advisor, University of Cambridge
  • Mindfulness Meditation; A Core Resilience Skill for Stress Management
  • Mindfulness Meditation for Personal Wellbeing & Professional Productivity and performance
  • Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace
Dr Shelley James New
Dr Shelley James The Light Lady' | Author | TEDx speaker | WELL AP, Advisory & Faculty | Consultant | Collaborating Across Industries and Agencies to Improve Health, Well-being and Sustainability Through Effective Lighting
  • From the space station to the workstation: how NASA's innovations are redefining office design
  • Busting the Melatonin Myth: New Perspectives for Human-Centric Lighting
  • Lighting for health and well-being in the workplace and the home office: sleep, mood, musculoskeletal health, computer vision, ergonomics, productivity, employer branding, healthy building certification, sustainability and return on investment.
Dr. Megan Rossi New
Dr. Megan Rossi International Gut Health Expert | Sunday Times Bestselling Author | Microbiome Researcher & Thought Leader
  • Transform your gut, transform your life
  • Age-proof your gut to future-proof your health
  • Bust nutritional myths and master your gut health
Dr. Rola Hallam
Dr. Rola Hallam Award Winning Consultant Anaesthetist | First Syrian TED Fellow | Founder @ CanDo
  • The War Within - How Changing the World Starts Inside Us
  • Lessons from the Frontlines
  • The Power of Your Voice
J Grange New
J Grange Musician, International Public Speaker, Neurodiversity Advocate and Diversity & Inclusion Champion
  • Living as a Neurodivergent person – Understand what it’s like to be neurodivergent and how to support those who are.
  • Neurodiversity in the workplace – Employing and supporting the ND community
  • How Businesses can benefit from a better understanding of neurodiversity – What is it, how can you change and improve and what’s in it for you?

Mental Health and Wellbeing Speakers 

A mental health speaker is someone who has knowledge pertaining to mental health and mental health issues. They also have knowledge about why people feel the way they do, the importance of mental health, and more. In modern society, people are becoming more aware of their mental health, and how that affects their everyday life. It's becoming increasingly common for people to find it difficult for themselves to deal with anxiety, depression, and more. 

The stress filled lifestyle that people find themselves living in contributes in no small part to negative mental health. The good news is that there are several things that people can do. Making decisions about your care is up to you. And if you can offer help for those about whom you care, it’s social care in the best form. 

Who Can Benefit From Mental Health Speakers? 

People and businesses alike can benefit from mental health and wellbeing speakers. For a business, taking care of the mental health of employees is of great importance. If the mental health of the employees starts to suffer, then this can affect their performance at work. 

Businesses can book workplace mental health speakers to make their employees more aware about issues related to mental health. Employees can learn all about how work, stress and other factors can affect their mental health. On top of this, they will be almost providing social services for their team members. 

More importantly, if they attend meetings, they can also learn how to take care of themselves, to promote positive mental health. They'll be equipped with the resources that they need to care for their mental health. This can then help them to perform even better at work. 

Individuals too can benefit from attending a talk from stress management speakers. They'll learn how to manage stress in their daily lives, such that their mental health isn't adversely affected. Talks from mental health awareness speakers can help people learn more about their mental health and how to improve their mental health. Through mental health advocates UK, people can learn why it's important to take care of their mental health. 

What Can Mental Health Keynote Speakers Bring To Your Event? 

If you're organising an event, whether for a business, for people interested in mental health, or more, consider booking a mental health speaker. Mental health speakers come from a wide variety of disciplines, each making use of their knowledge to help people lead better lives. At Speaker Agency, some of the mental health speakers you could hire are:

1. Alexandra Adams 

Alexandra is the first deaf and blind person within the UK, who is in training to become a doctor. In her life, she has had to experience misjudgements, setbacks, discrimination, and other problems, both in her personal and professional life. Earlier in her life, Alexandra documented her experiences through a blog. She also attended small scale talks at the time. 

She later went on to give educational talks, and even gave a TED talk in 2019. Her work is like the advocacy service this cause needs. In early 2020, she even appeared in Wembley Stadium, in front of 16,000 people.

Through all the difficulties in her life, Alexandra has remained positive and optimistic. Through her, the audience can learn all about persevering, chasing their dreams, and not letting setbacks get in the way. 

2. Ben Lindsey Obe 

Ben founded the Power Of The Fight in 2019, a charity that helps young people who are facing violence. There are many types of advocacy for a cause and Ben’s charity helps provide solutions that are sustainable and can help over the long run. His charity also acts as a link between the policy makers and the community. In 2022, he won the Rising Leader Award of Charity Times. 

Ben Lindsay OBE has experience when it comes to presenting, and has spent more than twenty years training and helping young people. He is known for helping high risk young people who are associated with gangs, or dealing with youth violence. Currently, Ben is a part of the Violence Reduction Unit reference group, under the Mayor of Lonfon Sadiq Kahn. He is also on the Youth Violence Commission. 

He is also an author, having written the bestselling 'We Need To Talk About Race - Understanding The Black Experience In White Majority Churches'. He was awarded with an OBE in the first New Year's Honours List of King Charles. His award winning work has been recognised by the local council as well. The OBE was for his services to the communities that live in South East London. 

3. Dr Megan Rossi 

Megan Rossi is an expert when it comes to gut health. She understands the link between gut health and happiness, and uses this information to help people improve their lives. If you want to find an advocate for gut health, Megan is the ticket. A Research Fellow at King's College London, she has written over fifty research papers in international journals. 

In 2017, she founded The Gut Health Doctor to tackle misinformation about gut health and also share useful information about the topic. She has also created a food brand focused on gut health, called Bio & Me. In 2019, she started The Gut Health Clinic, based in London, which allowed virtual appointments. She uses this clinic to serve people across the world. 

4. Jess Meredith 

Jess Meredith is the CEO of Differing Minds. She has ADHD, and is also a mother to children who are neurodiverse. She strives to create environments that are inclusive for people with neurological divergences.

Jess uses her experiences, as well as her skills in storytelling, to deliver talks that are powerful and affirming. She has spoken on panels for The Adecco Group, Accenture, Capgemini, and more. 

She has also created a social enterprise, 'Differing Minds', which supports organizations to become more neuro-inclusive. Jess Meredith delivers talks, training, coaching, consulting services and also speech training, for people and businesses who want to be more neuro-inclusive. 

5. Matt Stellingwerf 

Matt Stellingwerf is most well known as a comedian, although he is also a trained criminologist. He has spoken on a diverse range of topics, such as love, life, and even politics. Originally from New Zealand, he has won four NZ Comedy Guild Awards. At present, he is based in the UK and performs across the nation at comedy venues. 

In both 2015 and 2016, Matt found himself nominated for the Billy T Award. He can regularly be found performing at placed like Frog & Bucket, The Comedy Store, The Boat Show, and several other places. He has also hosted private and corporate events across the world. 

How Can You Book Mental Health Speakers? 

At Speaker Agency, you can book all the mental health speakers mentioned in this guide, and many many more. Simply email us at 'info@speakeragency.co.uk' with your query, and we will be glad to assist you. Alternatively, you can also talk to us by calling us at + 44 (0) 20 3393 1601. 

Another way to book our speakers is by going to the dedicated page for the speaker you want to book, and clicking on 'book now'. You can also connect with us on social media by following us at @speakeragencyuk. Be up to date on the latest information regarding our speakers and how to connect with them. 

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