Owen O’Kane

Pyschotherapist & Acclaimed Author

Owen is a psychotherapist and author of globally acclaimed, Ten To Zen. He has over 25 years experience in the mental health sector, occupying the role of Mental Health Clinical Lead for the NHS for a number of years. This experience has provided Owen with the necessary skills to analyse any mental, emotional, or stress-related issue with the utmost efficiency. Owen believes that a great mind warrants unprecedented improvements for every aspect of daily working life. Listening to him speak will undoubtedly provide you with the tools to a happier, healthier mind.

Owen’s style is warm, engaging and informative; he manages to capture the attention of everyone in the room. He does not shy away from documenting his personal struggles, be it grief, devastation, or his battle to come to terms with his own sexuality. This vulnerability makes his talks highly engaging, and relatable. Owen avoids jargon and academia, he instead uses workshops, and draws upon his own experiences, to highlight the importance of prioritising a happy, healthy mind. There is always a long line of people waiting to talk to Owen after one of his talks, eager to gain an even more detailed insight into how a healthy mind can improve your daily life.

To book Owen O’Kane as the motivational speaker for your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing agent@championsukplc.com or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.

When Owen’s at corporate events, she is known to cover the following topics:

  •  Techniques to Reduce Stress
  • Improving Overall Mental Health
  • Creating a Calmer, Happier You
  • Understanding the Anxious Mind
  • Developing Routines/Workouts for a Healthy Lifestyle

“A 10-minute mind workout that could change your life”The Daily Telegraph

“A highly competent, knowledgeable mental health professional with a substantial range of expertise that sets him apart in his field. He delivers with passion, enthusiasm and energy.” – Linda Hurst, NHS