Empower Your Staff with Positivity & Reap the Rewards in Productivity
If you would like to find out more about how Fiona can help your company thrive please email her.
Obviously, her background in performance makes her a great speaker. You can see her here, speaking as part of the TEDx programme, in a video that has garnered over 56.k views (which by Irish standards is very high).
If you are looking for a speaker for your event or to run an empowering and practical positive programming workshop book Fiona today. She is brilliant, interesting and effervescent.
“Fiona Brennan is an outstanding speaker on the topic of positive well being as well as an acclaimed clinical hypnotherapist…I strongly recommend her for speaking and teaching engagements – if you need inspiration and empathy – Fiona will provide it!”
Professor Patrick Flood (DCU)
Fiona is available as a brand ambassador for brands that meet with her values and that help to make the world a healthier and happier place.
Watch Fiona being interviewed as the mental health expert for Cleanmarine, a wonderful health supplement to help women manage their hormonal health.
Clearmarine’s ‘Essential Guide to Female Hormones’ is available here.
Why You Need Fiona Brennan to Empower Your Staff for Positive Change!
Fiona has a pretty powerful story to tell. She was anxiety-ridden as a young child, and later as a talented actress (even featuring on RTE’s Fair City for a while!) One day, she had a moment – on stage, mid-performance – that changed her whole life. She decided that the actor’s life – playing the role of helpless characters – was thankless because the characters were flawed. Fiona became frustrated that she “couldn’t solve their problems.” She then spent the next 10 years learning and practicing hypnotherapy. Her work, through her online programme and the Irish Times best-seller, ‘The Positive Habit’, has positively affected thousands of people around the world.
Fiona spoke candidly about her colourful life and childhood in this recent article in the Sunday Independent (February 2019)