Dr. Aaron Balick is an author, international speaker, and CEO of Stillpoint Spaces, an international center for the exploration of psychology.
As an academic and psychotherapist with over 20 years of clinical experience, he is committed to widely sharing psychological ideas in ways that individuals, organizations, and businesses can directly apply and benefit from.
Since the publication of his book “The Psychodynamics of Social Media,” he has become internationally recognized as a scholar in the psychology of technology. Making the fascinating perspectives of psychology accessible is his passion.
He has also published two accessible self-help books, “The Little Book of Calm: Control Your Anxieties, Face Your Fears, and Live Free” and the illustrated children’s book “Keep Calm: How to Deal with Life’s Worries and Stress.” Additionally, he is the author and contributor to “The Book of Hope: 101 Voices on Overcoming Adversity”.
As a regular contributor of psychological and mental health content in the media, Dr. Balick was the longest-serving mental health advisor on the Radio 1 show Surgery.
His talks always provide information that can be directly useful and applicable. With the specific intent of impacting lives, Aaron speaks to global audiences on how they can use the theory and practice of psychology to better understand and manage the challenges they face in their daily lives.
He has also appeared on BBC Radio 4’s “Digital Human” and “The Moral Maze.” Furthermore, he has contributed to publications and articles in prominent media outlets such as Wired Magazine, The Independent, The Huffington Post, and The Guardian. He was named by Newsweek Magazine as “one of the most influential professionals of the 21st century.«
Aaron Balick is an Honorary Professor of Personal and Psychoanalytic Psychology at the University of Essex (UK). He is based at the central Stillpoint Spaces location in Clerkenwell, London, although he regularly travels to its other branches in Berlin, Paris, and Zurich.