Martin Doyle grew up in Banbridge, Co. Down during the Troubles and after a stint in Belfast’ Queen’s University, graduated from St Andrew’s College, Scotland. After a number of jobs in France and Germany he settled down in London where he found himself working for a newspaper and from there his career moved through various jobs and assignments until his current role as Books Editor for The Irish Times. In this candid conversation Martin discuss his experience of the troubles
Siobhan learned about resilience early in life and left school without doing the leaving certificate to take a job in the music business. The music world took her from Dublin to London and around the world working with artists such as Goldie and Elton John. A life changing moment over a decade ago, brought her to years of studies and qualifications from Psychotherapy, to Mindfulness to Life Coaching. In January 2019 Siobhan published her first book “The Burnout Solution, 12
Judith McAdam is a kinesiologist, theologian, holistic life coach and speaker.
She is also the author of The Source, her book that synthesises her knowledge to reveal the universal principles that unite us all. Judith went through a path of rediscovery following a relationship breakdown. She works in Trinity College in Dublin and from her studio in the suburbs of the Irish capital where she runs workshops, classes and one-on-one sessions. You can find out more about Judith o
Fiona Brennan is a clinical Hypnotherapist based in Dublin, Ireland. Her passion for hypnotherapy is born out of a desire to help others by showing them how to get in touch with their subconscious. Fiona’s book, The Positive Habit. is released in Ireland on 1st of March 2019 Fiona is also a TedX speaker and a regular contributor to TodayFM’s Dermot & Dave Show. For more information about Fiona and her practice, visit www.thepositivehabit.com You can also find her on Twitter
Linda is a therapist, has worked as a Montessori teacher and with children in care in the past. Was born in the west of Ireland but grew up on the outskirts of Dublin. Her life took a sharp turn when her 15 year old son Darragh took his own life. Trying to make sense of it all, her journalling became a book “See you in two minutes, Ma.” Linda’s candidly speaks about her experience and the loss of her son. Linda’s Book is available on Amazon You can find out more about Linda