Shocka is a renowned mental health advocate whose remarkable journey from disturbed delinquent to celebrated adult forms the cornerstone to his presentations; a powerful keynote speaker, author, rapper and poet.  
Shocka's resilience and unwavering determination is explored in ITV’s Hit Documentary Black Boys Can Cry and his recently published memoir, A Section Of My Life.
Shocka’s keynote is a captivating narrative woven with the threads of personal triumphs and adversities. ‘Do you want this to be your story?’ were the words, from a concerned Doctor after his fourth hospitalisation where he was sectioned for his struggles with mental health. 

He shares his remarkable journey by delving into his own life, unveiling moments of hardship that transformed into catalysts for growth. From facing setbacks to harnessing the power of self-belief, Shocka inspires audiences to discover their inner strength and seize opportunities amidst adversity.

With vivid anecdotes and insightful reflections, Shocka imparts invaluable lessons on resilience, perseverance, and the pursuit of one's passions. 


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