Ruth Ostrow is a riveting presenter. The intelligence, charisma, humour and experiential wisdom she displayed during her keynote speech at the International Complementary Psychiatry Conference kept us all enthralled. It was a memorable and intelligent experience.
Professor of Psychiatry,
University of Queensland
Ruth has travelled the world speaking on many diverse topics; including as a prominent keynote speaker at the International Women’s Conference in India; as a wellness expert at the SpaAsia Health and Wellbeing Conference in Malaysia; she has lectured on the neuroscience of success at many corporate functions including the International Mind and its Potential conferences several of these conventions she has chaired.
She’s talks frequently at the annual Happiness & It’s Causes Conference as part of the Dalai Lama endorsed Vajrayana Institute into neuroscience-spiritual inquiry; and has been a keynote speaker at the International Conference on Healthy Ageing and Longevity and lecturer at the International Complementary Psychiatry Conference, has spoken as an ambassador for The Black Dog Institute and chaired at the Australasian Integrative Medicine Association conference.
She’s spoken as part of the YPO University program when it was in Australia, and her corporate clients have included lectures for Jetset tours; Arnotts, various universities; Relationships Australia, News Corporation and many others.
“Ruth Ostrow has captivated our delegates as a keynote speaker, MC and panel facilitator at both the Happiness & Its Causes and Mind & Its Potential conferences over the past eight years. Ruth’s presentations are always a wonderful blend of science, knowledge and humour with some wonderful personal stories thrown in. She is a natural storyteller with a deep knowledge of the science of mindfulness and its practical applications in the business arena”.
Beth Phelan, Conference Director, VI Conferences
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TELEVISION AND VIDEO
RUTH regularly presents on television and has made her own documentaries.