Dr. Stephen Simpson (MB CHB MFOM MBA)
Internationally acclaimed mind coach
As a private mind coach Dr. Simpson counts many luminaries from the sporting, entertainment finance and business worlds among his clients, including world number one poker legend Chris Moorman. His career earnings have just passed $28 million.
Dr. Simpson has appeared on the TEDx, BBC, ITV, Sky, Voice of America, BRMB, LBC, RNIB Connect, and other top international TV and radio programmes, as well as in the pages of Sunday People, Glamour, Golfing World, The Best You Magazine, WPT Poker, Business Matters, Small Business, and more, sharing his simple, innovative methods for building luck, and igniting peak performance.
As an inspirational speaker Dr. Simpson has delighted audiences of many thousands in Europe, The Americas, Africa, and Asia.
Additionally Dr. Simpson works as a Mind Coach on both the PGA European Golf and World Poker Tours, helping star performers find their zone, perform in flow, and gain the winning edge.
Much of Dr. Simpson’s work centers on the principles of neuro linguistic programming (NLP), meditation, bioresonance therapy, heartmath, his reptile relaxation technique, reconnective therapy, Havening Therapy, 3 principles therapy, and other energy therapies, and leans heavily on the application to real life of the transformational Jungian concepts of synchronicity and the collective unconscious.
A long-time student and certified trainer in these practices, he weaves this training into his personalised coaching and development sessions, boosting results for clients and partners.
In addition to this unique training, Dr. Simpson has been a practicing physician for nearly 40 years, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine. He holds an MBA from Brunel University and has appeared on the same speaker billings as some of the top names in mind coaching and hypnotherapy, including Paul McKenna, Richard Bandler and Dr. Ron Ruden.
Stephen was Regional Medical Director for American multinational energy corporation Chevron for more than 17 years, rising to board level for both the Eurasia, and Southern Africa Business Units, including serving as HR Manager, and on occasions HR Director.
During these years he was also the victim of capture, armed conflict, malaria, dengue, tumbu fly, and dysentery.
Additionally Stephen served as a task force member on both the World Economic Forum and Global Business Coalition. He worked alongside some of the world’s leading change agents, including President Bill Clinton, Microsoft founder Bill Gates, Secretary-General of the United Nations Kofi Annan and Virgin founder Sir Richard Branson.
Together they developed and delivered world-renowned corporate international HIV, malaria, and TB care and prevention programmes which have helped save millions of lives.