Dr Ranj Singh

Inspiring, fun and engaging — not words often associated with science and medical experts, yet Dr Ranj combines all three with infectious enthusiasm. Ranj is a TV personality with a difference: a flourishing NHS clinician, specialising in the wellbeing of young people; and an exciting on-screen talent who can turn his hand to any subject. […]

Ollie Ollerton

Ollie is an energetic and highly motivated former UK Special Forces operative with extensive experience in various international missions. Ollie is a cornerstone of the team that brought the Special Forces into the public eye with the Channel Four series SAS: Who Dares Wins.  Ollie and his team are the UK’s first former UK Special […]

George Mycock

We too often strive to have others recognise our ‘strength’ when really we should aim to have the ‘strength’ to not require recognition. George Mycock I am a researcher, PhD candidate, podcast host, campaigner, and lived experience worker. I bring an in-depth knowledge of research underpinning eating disorders, exercise addiction and body dysmorphia in men, […]

Mark Simmonds

Mark Simmonds delivers talks and workshops on stress management to companies, organisations and to sixth forms. These are based on his lived experience. He is married to Mel, and they have three grown-up children – Will, Emily and Jack. For the majority of his career, Mark has operated in the area of management training and […]

Rhys Thomas

“Impacting people’s lives in positive way was something I knew I wanted to do at the beginning of my sobriety.” Rhys Thomas Rhys Thomas is a former Wales international rugby player. When he was 29, he almost died from a heart attack during a training session with the Scarlets rugby team, which forced Rhys to […]

Joy Langley

“Stuff happens in life, but you can turn your stress into your strength.” Joy Langley Joy Langley graduated with a degree in chemistry and business in the 80s and then became a qualified secretary and personal assistant for 10 years for an IT company, fashion company, and music company (but it was depressing!). Joy found […]

Dr Dominique Thompson

Dr Dominique Thompson

“We are all human and none of us has all the answers in life, so asking for help from others, reading about useful approaches you might try, and talking about your struggles is a good way to start improving your wellbeing.“ Dr Dominique Thompson Dominique is an award-winning GP, young people’s mental health expert (with […]

Tom Chapman

“You don’t need to be a mental health expert to make a DIFFERENCE to someone who is struggling.” Tom Chapman from How to Listen So Men will Talk Tom Chapman started his career with Toni & Guy in 2002, learning the discipline of structure, sectioning patterns, guides and scissors over comb. Tom taught himself barbering […]

Adam Shaw

Adam Shaw is an entrepreneur, worldwide mental health advocate, philanthropist, and author. From age five, he has suffered from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), anxiety, panic attacks and related depression. Now in recovery, he has vowed to help others suffering from the same debilitating illnesses. Adam believes everybody has a story to tell. A story that, if […]