Catherine speaks at conferences and events around the world (and over Zoom!) and has presented in front of a wide variety of audiences, including tech experts, senior executives, physicians, psychologists, psychiatrists and other healthcare workers, students, parent groups, school leaders, and community organizations. She customizes her talks and workshops based on audience size and area of interest. 

Past speaking clients have included Anheuser Busch, T. Rowe Price, Hyatt, Warburg Pincus, Endeavor, Edward Jones, Fortune Brainstorm Health, the Pennsylvania Conference for Women, Mayfield Fund, the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, TNW, the Colorado Community Health Network, Yale University, Flintridge Prep, Penguin Random House, Livongo Health and ISC(2), among many others.

To book Catherine as a speaker or workshop leader, please contact:

The Harry Walker Agency

For more information on her talks, visit Catherine’s speaker's page

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Ten Percent Happier


At a time like this, fun may seem frivolous. But Catherine argues — convincingly, in Ten Percent Happier host Dan Harris' opinion — that fun is absolutely essential to a well-lived life. She shares deeply about what actually constitutes fun, and how we can best live a life that is conducive to fun. In other words, she argues that fun is a trainable skill.

The Today Show

with Hoda & Jenna

The Netflix documentary “The Social Dilemma” looks into the ways social media companies use collected data to keep users engaged for longer periods of time. Catherine gives Hoda and Jenna tips for creating a smarter relationship with technology.
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The Happiness Lab


The pandemic has us all glued to our smartphones, tablets, laptops and TVs - they give us important information, vital social contact and much needed distraction. Catherine shares her tips on how to make sure our new screen habits improve our lockdown lives rather than exacerbate our problems and anxieties.

Good Morning America


Catherine guides Dan Harris through his own phone breakup for Good Morning America.
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CBS This Morning

Catherine joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why regaining our attention back from technology isn't about losing devices altogether. She shares some practical tips for those who are struggling to disconnect.

What others are saying:

Halle Berry

"I think it’s so important during this time to re-focus my energy away from my smart phone, set reasonable boundaries and mindfully enjoy the world around me. If you feel the same, this book may help."

Arianna Huffington

“In How to Break up with Your Phone, Catherine Price has written the essential guide for taking control of our lives. . . . Price has established herself as one of the leading writers and speakers on this vital conversation.”

Dan Harris

Good Morning America, 10% Happier

“I still use my phone, of course, but having a saner relationship with my device has freed up time for a much richer relationship with my family.”

Kevin Roose

The New York Times

“Catherine Price is the Marie Kondo of brains. . . . [F]or the first time in a long time, I’m starting to feel like a human again.”
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“Catherine was such an engaging expert speaker for our recent Hyatt Virtual Wellbeing Retreat. Guided by our company purpose to care for people so they can be their best, it was important for us to team up with speakers who share our values – making Catherine a natural add to the program. Catherine’s session on digital detox and emotional wellbeing was incredibly insightful and well-received by attendees.”

Jorian Weiner, Director, Global Field & Brand Communications, Hyatt

"Catherine is an absolute joy and a breath of fresh air. Her talk on Screen/Life balance at our virtual retreat was engaging, funny, honest, and gave us several reasons to put down our devices and add a little more #FUN back into our lives!"

The Creative Team at 160over90 

“She was engaging and her presentation is backed by scientific research. Our associates took her message to heart.”

Sebastien Page, Head of Global Multi Asset, T. Rowe Price 

“Catherine Price was a hit at our annual conference, where she led an interactive breakout session. Our participants appreciated her evidence-based and engaging approach – and the comments from our participants speak for themselves: ‘A very enlightening and thought-provoking discussion that may even prove to be life-changing.’ ‘Eye opener. Her book should be required reading for all parents.’ Beyond the session, she was a pleasure to work with and we would highly recommend her.”

Kamini Ramani, Mayfield Fund 

“Catherine’s talk has been one of the most well received we’ve ever had. She introduced us to the concepts from her book ‘How To Break Up With Your Phone’. Not only is she an engaging speaker; she’s insightful, and will have you thinking about the concepts she touches on for months. We can’t wait for her next book!”

Manny Hernandez, SVP Culture and Learning, Livongo Health 

“As a television producer, I have booked many guests, so it is with pleasure that I tell you Catherine Price was a standout panelist at our recent World Science Festival Scientific Kitchen salon. The packed room was rapt during Catherine’s presentation. Her command of her subject, her sense of humor and wit, and her fleet responses to audience and moderator questions made her an ideal participant. We will ask her back next year!”

Pamela Mason Wagner, Producer, World Science Festival