Jeremy Bennett

Author, Professional Speaker

A little about Jeremy...

Having been diagnosed at a young age with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and anxiety, Jeremy knows first hand the effects of mental illness.
He is known for his statement, "mental illness is as real as a broken bone."

After Jeremy reached out for professional help, he was able to put the struggle of OCD behind him. 

However, even after his struggle with OCD, he noticed that he still struggled with more everyday type issues. Issues like falling asleep, taking things personally, being stuck in his head, etc. consumed him regularly. These are the type of issues that Jeremy helps people with all over North America. 
In 2006, Jeremy graduated from St. Francis Xavier University with a degree in Psychology. He is the published author of three books; The Power of the Mind: How I Beat OCD, The Solution and his newest, Calm Your Mind: Transform Your Life.
Jeremy has been featured on many national and international television networks such as CTV, Global TV, Vision TV, NTV, CBC, TSN, and TSN2.

To date his work has reached over 8 million people.
Many factors can contribute to how we feel. As you’ll see, in Jeremy’s work he concentrates on two contributing factors: the negative thoughts we tend to hold in our minds and how we react to challenging situations. Being stuck in your mind, dwelling on negative occurrences that took place in the past or being stuck in your mind, fearing things that could take place in the future can lead to stress and sometimes even anxiety. Of course, these two causes are certainly NOT the only two causes of stress or anxiety. If you are dealing with stress or anxiety, the first step should be reaching out for professional help.  If your discomfort is caused from your negative thoughts or how you typically react to challenging situations, the information on this website could be of value.

The information presented on this website and in Jeremy's presentations and books concentrates on how our thinking can have an effect on the way we feel. It also concentrates on how our thinking can play a role in helping shape our lives more positively.  The information provided on this website is for educational purposes only. It is not for diagnosing, prognosticating, treatment or prescribing of mental health conditions. For the treatment of any mental health condition or disease, or drug therapy, please consult your physician or other healthcare providers. 

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