Award Winning Martina Witter is a dynamic, engaging high energy Speaker with expertise in Resilience, Mental Health and Diversity & Inclusion.
Martina Witter is a Director of Award Winning Rapha Therapy & Training Services, BABCP Accredited Cognitive Behaviour Therapist, Keynote Speaker, Confidence coach, Health and Wellbeing Consultant, Author , Podcast Host ( Rivers to Resilience), Blogger, Resilience Expert, Founder of Black Mental Wealth and Cofounder of Black Women in Business and Professionals Network. Martina is a member of the Greater Manchester Combined Authority Race Equality Panel and the CIPD Manchester Committee.
Martina has over 20 years experience working within the wellbeing and mental health field helping diverse Individuals ( Children & Adults)and organization to develop a strong mindset that allows them to turn bottlenecks into breakthroughs, increase performance and productivity in organizations. Due to her contributions to the field, she has been featured in HuffPost, Thrive Global, Metro, The Voice, Financial Times and BBC Radio Manchester and worked with Global Brands including AMEX, JD Group and Oliver Wyman.
Martina delivers transformational, dynamic and experiential training whilst also having a passion to see Individuals thrive holistically in life through being revived, restored and refocused . Martina delivers Coaching and psychological therapy in innovative and accessible ways including online ( video & instant messaging) and via telephone. Martina draws upon her life experiences including bereavements (traumatic unexpected loss of her mother whilst in the final year of University), divorce, rejection, depression and stress to connect and empathize with her audience and clients whilst sharing how she has successfully navigated adversity and utilized this for transformation and growth .
Martina has a passion for business, inclusivity and collaboration which is evident through Black Mental Wealth, a platform for Black and Mixed heritage Individuals which challenges the mental health stigma and raises awareness of mental health along with culturally appropriate solutions. Black Women in Business and Professionals Network (BWIBP) which improves opportunities for career and business growth through expanding networks and creating access to Black female role models. BWIBP runs quarterly networking events in Manchester hosting stellar business leaders and professionals as Speakers whilst also creating a community for Black Women to grow and raise awareness of local and national resources and events that can facilitate this.