William Pullen London, UK
- Author of "Run for Your Life"
- Founder and Developer of 'Dynamic Running Therapy' He provides talks and training on 'Dynamic Running Therapy,' an approach to psychotherapy he developed that fuses mindfulness, talk therapy and running.
William Pullen is a London-based psychotherapist, author and mental-health app developer. He provides talks and training on ‘Dynamic Running Therapy’, an approach to psychotherapy that he developed which fuses mindfulness, talk therapy and running.
His book, “Run for your Life” explores the theory that how you run may indicate how you move in the wider world, such as in your relationships or work life. Are you quick to start but tire rapidly? Are you consistently paced but just can’t let go? Or perhaps you’re all about the spring finish, forgetting that the detail of how you start the run is important too? Part of mindful running is understanding and learning what your running style says about you.
These values can be easily translated into a corporate environment and affect the way individuals work in teams, different methods of leadership and as a method to encourage the most efficient workplace possible.
William is available for practical corporate Dynamic Running Therapy sessions as well as more theoretical talks and workshops.