Marisa Peer is a British therapist, best-selling author, transformational leader, keynote speaker, and creator of the ‘I Am Enough’ movement who was born in born 12 April 1957 in Newcastle, UK. She is also a media personality, and a best-selling author of five books. She has over three decades of experience as a renowned therapist working with a range of clientele, including rock stars, CEOs, elite Olympic athletes, royalty, and Oscar-winning actors.
|Date of Birth||April 12, 1957|
|Age||66 (as 2023)|
|Occupation||Author, Hypnotherapist, Speaker, Creator & Founder of Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT), Creator of the ‘I Am Enough’ Movement|
|Years active||Not Published|
|Net Worth||Not Published|
Family & Education –
Parents : Ronald Peer (father)
Dee Sadler (mother)
Spouse : John Davy
Children : Phaedra Peer (Daughter)
Relatives : Sian Peer (Sister)
Carlyss Peer (Niece)
Education : Melbourn Village College
Cambridge College of Arts of Technology
She studied in London to become to become a child psychologist. At the age of 21 she moved to Los Angeles and became a personal trainer at a Jane Fonda’s fitness center.
After completing her studies, Peer started her career as a therapist. For over thirty years, Peer has worked with several people including, royalty, rock stars, actors, professional and Olympic athletes, CEOs, and media personalities. During this course, she also wrote several self help books that became best-sellers.
In 2008 Peer published her first book You Can Be Thin: The Ultimate Programme to End Dieting…Forever, followed in 2009 by Ultimate Confidence: The Secrets to Feeling Great About Yourself Every Day. Later she writes 4 more books.
Her first television appearance was on 2004 in the British show Celebrity Fit Club (season 2). There she joined the panel of experts.
She is the award-winning founder of Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT). As a successful therapist, she created a complete solution-based treatment therapy that has changed the lives of thousands of people via its training program.