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Alan Wise

Alan Wise

Qualified psychologist and motivational speaker Alan Wise is an esteemed psychotherapist who has practised in both Europe and the US; with specialisms in depression, post-traumatic stress disorder and stress management.

Alan works as an independent assessor of psychological symptoms and undertakes cases all over the UK and Europe. The aim of his therapy is to guide clients to understand themselves better and to build up self-awareness, improve quality of living, explore potential and measuring of human existence.

With several decades of experience as a practitioner, Alan continues to work as both a therapist and a motivational speaker, his presentations and seminars aim to help others learn self-care techniques such as mindfulness, and inspire the audiences at his after-dinner events to take control of their own recovery.

Alan has made appearances on BBC Radio and was a guest speaker for 6 months on a BBC Southern Counties phone-in programme. He has also published a number of articles on coping with stress, strain and stress in the workplace, and how to change your life for the better.

With patients and audiences across the globe singing Alan’s praises, he is one of the most sought-after motivational speakers in the industry. His specialised knowledge makes his after-dinner speaker presentations fascinating and enlightening, whilst the content of his speeches are truly life-changing.

There are great advantages for employers who look after their employees’ mental health. The term ‘prevention is better than cure’, has never been truer.

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The talk was lively, educational and kept the audience riveted. Thank you once again for giving such a memorable meeting to the largest crowd we have had for a long time.


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  • Price Range:

    £1,000 - £5,000

    Price based on UK delivery

  • Categories:

    Health & Wellbeing

  • Topics:

    Management, Mindfulness, Psychology and Mindset

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