Psychotherapist, Mental Health Advocate, Author
Stella O’Malley believes that mental health is central to a well-lived life and has made it her life’s work to help people live a life of their own choosing instead of letting life happen to them.
Stella O’Malley is a psychotherapist, bestselling author, and public speaker. Much of Stella’s counselling and writing focuses on mental health and the importance of well-being and she is a regular contributor to the Irish Independent, the Sunday Independent, RTE, Newstalk FM and Today FM.
Stella’s first bestselling book, ‘Cotton Wool Kids’, was released in 2015 while ‘Bully-Proof Kids: Practical tools to help kids grow up confident, resilient and strong’ was released in 2017. Stella’s latest book ‘Fragile’: Why are we feeling more anxious and overwhelmed than ever before’, was published in 2019, and focuses on overcoming anxiety and managing stress.
You may want to go deeper into a topic for your audience. The keynote topics can be tailored and developed to suit your audience needs, be it a 90-minute Masterclass, a half-day or full-day workshop or a full online or face-to-face programme. Please contact one of our expert team to discuss.
‘Managing anxiety and stress in the Workplace’
This presentation focuses on building awareness of our ability to manage stress and provides practical and helpful coping strategies
‘Raising Happy Kids in an Anxious World’
Anxiety is the most common mental health issue in Ireland and the UK. This presentation provides insight into why we are becoming more anxious and how we can help our children to develop the skills to manage anxiety and stress.
‘Bully-Proof Kids: Developing Resilience & Social Skills’
This is a practical talk that focuses on helping parents to help when their children. Experiencing bullying can leave a long shadow upon an individual and so this presentation identifies a positive road to recovery.
“Superb talk tonight by Stella on Bully-Proof Kids – Very engaging and learned a lot.” Sarah Cooney, Parenting talk for AIB
“I was surprised how much I benefited from this talk – after the evening I was finally motivated to have the courage to live my life according to my own beliefs and values – and not everyone else.” Liz Wright, Mental Health talk for the Niall Mellon Trust