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Vanessa Wallace Psychotherapist and Emotional Balance coach is available for interview and podcasts. 
She supports and empowers her audience to find their own strength and purpose in life. 
Vanessa, as an ex heroin addict, brings a message of hope and inspiration to anyone who is struggling.She believes that we all can recover from difficult times and circumstances but that we often need the right help, support and guidance to get there. The type of support needed will be different for everyone. 
Her mission is to bring hope to the world that recovery is possible, to end stigma against mental health and help to build a more compassionate society where we communicate with each other and unite for the best we can possibly bring to this planet and the lives we have been given. 
She mentors others in her work to become the best version of themselves, to find joy and happiness in their lives and to be in alignment with who they truly are, as well as finding complete self-acceptance and peace of mind. 
Vanessa has been featured on BBC Radio, Duggystone Radio, Northampton Pulse Magazine, and The Midlife Movement. She also runs her own weekly show with JJ Van Zon, Spiritual coach and Author. 
Vanessa has had her article on “Self Acceptance, Self Compassion and Loving Connection in Recovery” published in the Journal of Clinical Review and Case Reports and has been invited as a keynote speaker at the 3rd International Conference on Addiction Research and Therapy In March 2021. 
Vanessa runs transformational retreats for Anxiety and Depression all over the UK and online. 
Her life changing programme supports people to come out of depression, anxiety and addictions to find a healthier and more emotionally balanced life. 


Interview with Shelley F. Knight 

The Midlife Movement  

Ep 91 - The One With Vanessa Wallace 

The Catmast Chronicles - episode 39 


SciVision Article 

Read Vanessa's article entitled Self-Acceptance, Self-Compassion and Loving Connection in Recovery Post Detox 

NN Pulse Magazine 

Issue 50 
October 2019 
Page 29 
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