Steve Whyte, B.A.Sc.
- The Academy of Modern Applied Psychology: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Practitioner Certificate, Cognitive Science
- The Open University: Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.Sc.), Counseling Psychology
- The Academy of Modern Applied Psychology: Counselling Practitioner, Counseling Psychology
- CPAS: Growing Leaders Course, Leadership
- Rare Unlimited Coaching Academy: Level 4 Award, Life Coaching
- Pixel Media Agency: Chief Executive Officer
- Better Days Global: Founder
- Thrive Global: Columnist
Honors & Awards
- Positive Role Model 2018 (Nominee) Issued by National Diversity Awards
- Positive Role Model 2017 (Nominee) Issued by National Diversity Awards
Licenses & Certifications
- Achology: Certification in Cognitive Therapy
- Achology: Certification in Counselling
- Basketball England: Level 2 Coaching Award
- NCFE: Level 4 Life Coaching
Steve has made a career out of writing. Although in his younger years teachers wrote him off as being a failure, Steve overcame a multitude of repeated life turmoil and turned it into a message of hope.
Through Steve's lived experience, he has explored and defined what it means to live a life of joy, love, hope, and purpose, describing it as a map we build to navigate and pursue a life that matters beyond our lifetimes.
Central to this journey is a mindset to continually challenge ourselves to grow and evolve. For over a decade, through Better Days Publishing, Steve Whyte has authored, edited, and published twelve titles, including his best-seller; 'The Love Manual,' his autobiography, 'Unashamed,' self-help manuals, and poetry.
In 2016, Steve announced to the world that his mental health awareness book, 'The Suicide Note' would be his last. In a writing career that Steve describes as 'The Ink,' Steve shares messages of hope, love, inspiration, and faith, impacting people of all ages, demographics, and circumstances.
His passion for impacting the lives of others is sent from his faith in God and what he calls his purpose for living. 12 Books before age 30, traveled the world inspiring people, and it all started with 5 simple words: 'I wish you better days.'