Paul Roebuck
Paul Roebuck
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About Paul Roebuck. Behaviourist, Counsellor, Therapist, Coach and teacher


Qualifications& Links

Who is Paul Roebuck?

Dad, Son, Husband, Sibling, Friend, Confidant, Ally, Fellow-Journey-Person.

Life’s Purpose:
To help people realise their real potential and lead rewarding and fulfilling lives.

By improving mental and emotional wellbeing in society, the workplace, and at home.

These are my professional roles.

Counsellor / Therapist:
You’ll be assured of a warm welcome and confidential place to get to the bottom of, and overcome what’s troubling you.

I pay attention to people’s behaviour for a living. In the counselling chair, at my events, and through painstakingly monitoring developments in Neuropsychology.

Mind Coach:
Improving mental and emotional wellbeing by teaching emotional education (EQ) classes in the public and private sector and to the general public.

Speaking, Presenting & Training:
Think Brian Cox for granularity mixed with Tony Robbins for Passion. Delivered in the style of Norman Wisdom.

Public Service:
Ambassador of the Mouth Cancer Foundation, and an NHS University Hospitals Coventry and Warwick Care in the Community Volunteer.

My three claims to fame:
I have spoken at the Houses of Parliament.
I have been interviewed on Sky News.
I once had cocktails with Michael Jackson.

My live by’s and quotes:
The way we see the problem is the problem”
Stephen Covey. Author 7 Habits of highly effective people.

“Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms – to choose one's attitude in any given set of circumstances”
Viktor Frankl. Psychoanalyst, Logotherapist and Author of Mans search for meaning.

“If you think you can, or you think you can’t, you’ll probably be right”
Henry Ford. Industrialist & Car Maker.

“Insanity is repeating the same patterns and expecting a different result”
Albert Einste
in. Theoretical Physicist.

“People are always blaming circumstances for what they are. I don't believe in that.  The people who get ahead in this world are the people who get up and look for the circumstances they want; and if they cant find them, make them”
George Bernard Shaw. Playwright.

“If opportunity doesn’t knock, make door”
Milton Berle.

“Trust the process”
Jean Bond. Teacher & my Captain, oh Captain. Author of Behind the Masks, discovering our true self.

“The best way to make a change is to make a change”
Paul Roebuck. Behaviourist, Psychotherapist & thinking man.