Frustration, stress, misunderstandings and office disputes all drag down productivity, reduce creativity and see key staff leaving too frequently.  An unhappy workplace rarely performs well.

While these may be common issues in many workplaces, they are avoidable and controllable.  I provide expert, evidence-based practical training that can be immediately implemented.

The training can be successfully delivered in-person or remotely for a distributed workforce.

The unpleasant feeling of tension at work, people dreading going in and struggling through the day, rather than embracing the opportunity in brings, can be disastrous for the business and for the people feeling so overwhelmed and powerless.


To reduce and control these flash points of frustration, overwhelm, stress, poor productivity, absenteeism and related issue, John has designed and crafted specific training programs utilising Goal Setting, Immediate Stress Reduction, Communication Skills, Time Achievement and other vital skills.  This training is in modular format and can be delivered in-person or online.
John Prendergast MA

Therapist and Mind Coach

John is an internationally recognised, award-winning Therapist and Coach who specialises in reducing stress, anxiety and overwhelm and in so doing helps increase productivity, wellbeing and success.

Followed in over 100 countries and speaking internationally, John helps people from all walks of life: from Army officers, Business people, and Elite Sportspeople to Homemakers, Entrepreneurs and Students.  He delivers training to businesses and organisations as well as holding 1-1 clinics.

John lived decades of severe anxiety and depression in his own life before he found the help he needed to overcome those challenges. Now living a happier and more successful life, John is driven to help others excel and enjoy life too.

Click one of the Service Areas to see how John can help you today

Consultations can be arranged in advance to tailor solutions to meet your individual requirements.

Watch the video below where John explains what is happening in our brains when we are stressed and under-achieving.