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Becky Walsh

Season 2021, Ep. 219

Daring to disrupt the normal view of how we see coaching or therapy. My hilarious stand-up show is never the same twice. You laugh, learn and reflect on some powerful lessons in personal and societal change.


Talking therapies have an important place, but sometimes you just need to see things differently to be able to create a life-changing shift. Making people laugh has been something I have done in my personal development training for twenty years. It allows people to look at difficult subjects without self-blame. 


It works on our inner voices. Most of us have what’s known as archetypes or sub-personalities. In psychology, the famous ones are the inner child, the critic, the saboteur or the protectionist to name a few. The part of us that has ‘fears’ comes from those sub-personalities that often developed in childhood. These are also known as protectors as they protect our vulnerabilities and needs not met. However, within the protection, they can also hold us back from living a greater life and getting the thing that we want. It’s like following the advice of your inner five-year-old your whole life. By poking fun, not at the individual but at the human condition, you dare to disrupt the pattern of habit and that jolt can launch a perspective shift’. 


Whilst the stand-up show won’t deal with some of the more serious states of mental health and well-being. It could give an opportunity to give useful insights to people who wouldn’t be comfortable on a therapy couch. 


I’ve authored five published books, the one I’m talking about is called ‘You Do Know – Learn to act on intuition instantly’ published by Hay House, which pioneers some revolutionary ideas on the brain in the gut and the brain in the heart. 


I’m a regular media pundit on the subject of personal development and growth. I'm a past presenter of an award-winning show on LBC radio and freelanced for BBC Radio for five years. I had my own TV show on the Made Television network, called ‘Anything goes with Becky Walsh’, which was a late-night call-in show. I started with a shorter show on the channel called 'Becky's life hacks'.

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