Thijs Launspach was born in 1988 in the Netherlands. He studied Clinical Psychology at the University of Amsterdam, where he earned his Master's degree in 2011. Since then, he has worked as a teacher (UVA, School of Life), speaker, and author, focusing on mental health and well-being in uncertain and complex times.
Why you should book Thijs Launspach
- Expertise: Thijs Launspach holds a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology, has taught extensively at the University of Amsterdam and The School of Life, and delivers 50-100 yearly keynotes on subjects around mental health. He has written bestsellers such as Crazy Busy – keeping sane in a stressful world, Managing Millennials and You are already enough. He has spent years researching and working with individuals and organizations to improve mental health and well-being, and his insights are highly valuable for anyone looking to better understand and manage stress.
- Engaging speaker: Thijs is a dynamic and engaging speaker who is able to connect with audiences of all ages and backgrounds. He has a talent for making complex ideas accessible and relatable, and his talks are filled with practical tips and insights that audiences can immediately apply in their own lives.
- Timely and relevant content: In today’s world, mental health and well-being are more important than ever. Stress is on the rise. We’re living through a burn-out epidemic. Thijs’s work is highly relevant to a wide range of audiences, from corporate leaders to students, and his insights can help individuals and organizations navigate the unique challenges of our time. By booking Thijs for your event, you can provide your audience with valuable and timely content that can have a lasting impact on their lives.
Thijs Launspach (1988) is a Dutch psychologist, (TEDx-)speaker and (best-selling) author. He is a teacher at The School of Life in Amsterdam, and his book Crazy Busy: keeping sane in a stressful world has just been released at Capstone / Wileys.
Launspach speaks and writes about how to improve and maintain mental health in a world that’s growing ever more complicated. The more challenging the times that we’re living through – both at our jobs and outside of our work – the stronger we have to be mentally, Launspach says.
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