Jurgen Wolff is a writer, teacher, and hypnotherapist. His goal is to help individuals liberate their own creativity through specific techniques that can be used at work as well as at home.
He has led creativity workshops for academic institutions and companies across the world and is also the author and co-author of five books on the subject.
His most recent book are "Focus: the power of targeted thinking," a W. H. Smith best-seller, from Pearson Publishing, and "Your Writing Coach," from Nicholas Brealey Publishing.
A successful author and Hollywood scriptwriter, he has written short films, the mini-series "Midnight Man", a number of television films, numerous sitcom scripts including "Bensen,Family Ties"and "Love Boat" and the feature film film "The Real Howard Spitz".
He has degrees from Stanford University, California State University at San Francisco, and was an English Speaking Union Scholar at Jesus College, Oxford. He is a certified NLP Practitioner, Time Line Therapy Practitioner, and hypnotherapist. For the past twenty years he has made his home in London.