Aaron Balick is a psychotherapist, cultural theorist, media consultant, and author of The Psychodynamics of Social Networking: Connected-up Instantaneous Culture and the Self.
Aaron has a passion for taking psychological findings from the clinic and the academy and transforming them into ideas that can be applied to individuals, organisations and culture. He is also an active communicator and international speaker, a writer for publications including Wired, The Huffington Post, and The Guardian. More recently, he wrote an article for Psychreg which addresses the question where does psychology belong and who does it belong to?
A regular contributor to BBC Radio 1, Children’s BBC, and BBC online, Aaron brings psychological and emotional insight to programming and online content. As director of Stillpoint Spaces London, he endeavours to bring depth psychology out of the consulting room and into public consciousness. He is the author of the children’s self-help book Keep Your Cool: How to Deal With Life’s Worries and Stress.
You can connect with him on Twitter @DrAaronB
Published: 31 July 2017