A licensed clinical social worker, psychotherapist, and a lecturer at Northeastern University. Best Selling Author of the Book - 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do. Named one of the top 100 leadership speakers in 2018 by Inc. Magazine.
MEET AMY MORIN
Why do some people bounce back from adversity better than before while others stay stuck in a place of pain? How do certain individuals persevere, stay positive and reach their greatest potential even in the face of life’s toughest challenges? Mental strength expert Amy Morin shares the answers.
Amy Morin’s career as a psychotherapist and college professor, combined with her personal experience with resilience, have given her a unique perspective on what it takes to be mentally strong in today’s world. In an engaging presentation filled with actionable takeaways, Morin trains athletes, CEOs, employees, and parents across the globe to build their mental strength.
Amy was named one of the top 100 leadership speakers in 2018 by Inc. Magazine.
Amy Morin is a licensed clinical social worker, psychotherapist, and a lecturer at Northeastern University. Her expertise in mental strength has attracted international attention. Her bestselling book, 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do, is being translated into more than 20 languages.
Amy’s advice has been featured by a number of media outlets, including: Parenting, Time, Fast Company, Good Housekeeping,Elle, Business Insider, Cosmopolitan, Success, Oprah.com, Health, Fox News, US News & World Report, and The Washington Post. She has also provided on-camera interviews for Fox Business, Forbes, TheBlaze TV and an upcoming documentary withRed Bull. She’s a frequent guest on a variety of radio shows as well.
Amy serves as Verywell’s Parenting Teens Expert and Child Discipline Expert. She’s a regular contributor to Forbes, Inc., andPsychology Today.
A sought after speaker, Amy loves to share the latest research on resilience and the best strategies for overcoming adversity and building mental muscle.
Everyone needs mental strength to reach their greatest potential and Amy Morin is ready to teach audiences how to build their mental muscle. Whether she’s speaking to elite athletes and business leaders, or she’s talking to college students and salespeople, Amy customizes each presentation to meet the needs of the audience. With science-backed strategies and actionable takeaways Amy’s audiences walk about with tools that will help them grow mentally stronger. Whether you’re looking for a 45 minute keynote or a half day workshop, Amy would be happy to talk about how she could meet your needs. Amy is available to provide virtual presentations if you’re unable to bring your group together in-person at this time.
Amy’s keynote speeches provide practical tips that attendees can apply to their everyday lives. Whether you want your employees to adapt to change, or you’re looking to build a mentally strong team, Amy equips attendees with the tips they need to start building mental strength today. With evidence-based research and powerful exercises for building mental strength, her presentations resonate with audiences ranging from executives to athletes.
13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do
Bodybuilders don’t just depend on good habits, like going to the gym, to develop muscle. They also give up the things that could sabotage their hard work – like eating too much junk food. Building mental strength also requires us to give up those bad habits that could sabotage our best efforts to reach our goals. Amy’s message helps people identify those pitfalls that we’re all prone to doing at one time or another. This presentations helps audiences discover how to worker smarter, not harder, in their efforts to reach their greatest personal and professional potential.
Based on 15 years of research as a psychotherapist, and her own personal experiences overcoming heartache, Amy discovered that the secret to being mentally strong isn’t about what people do—it’s more about what they don’t do. She identified 13 common but unhealthy habits that keep people stuck in life. Giving up those habits makes helps people work smarter, not harder. When they don’t have these unhealthy thoughts, behaviors, and emotions holding them back, their good habits become much more effective.
Based on her international bestselling book that has been translated into more than 40 languages, Amy uses research, examples, and stories to explore:
This can be delivered as a 45 to 60-minute keynote and a Q&A time is optional. It can also be combined with a half day or full day mental muscle building workshop.
5 Ways to Simplify your life So you can set yourself up for success.
Many people are feeling the strain of having too much to do, owning too much stuff, and having too much to think about. And while some people dream about living a simpler life, many people don’t know where to begin. They buy end up buying storage bins or trying to distract themselves from the chaos of their lives. But living a simpler, more effective life, requires you to declutter every aspect of your life—from your mind to your finances.
In this program, Amy shares actionable takeaways for clearing the clutter. Participants will learn:
This program can be delivered in a 45 to 60-minute keynote with optional Q&A. It can be expanded into a half-day workshop where participants can begin working on the strategies that will help them begin living simpler, happier lives.
The Successful Mindset: How to Change Your Self-Limiting Beliefs
There are three types of destructive beliefs that make us less effective and rob us of our mental strength. Since your core beliefs influence the way you think, feel, and behave, it’s essential to recognize and change the self-limiting beliefs that prevent you from performing at your best. Amy’s message helps attendees recognize and change the unhealthy beliefs that limit their potential. Audience members will learn how to train their brains for happiness and success.
Partial client list:
NBC | Google | Microsoft | American Academy of Pediatrics | National Nuclear Security Administration | News Corp | Drift-Hypergrowth | Preston Ventures | University of North Carolina | International Health Racquet & Sportsclub Association | Women’s Addiction Services Council | TaTa Communications | North Carolina City and County Management Association | Professional Business Women of California | Execunet | Otsuka | iThemes | Oregon Episcopal School | TEDx Ocala | Catholic Charities | Charlotte CHRO Leadership Summit | Evanta
“Your life story, presentation, and book provoked serious thought and conversation both during and after the event. Your insight on the topic of mental strength helped us better understand how we grow as leaders for our organization and ourselves.”