Sophie Halliday Zadeh

Body Language Specialist and Founder of My Alcomy

Trainer • Keynote Speaker • Speaker Coach


Driven by a passion for helping people achieve goals, Sophie works with clients to improve the way they interact and communicate.

With over twenty years of experience in training and presenting, to people of all ages and abilities, her diverse background combined with an inherent creative flair enables her to engage her audience and deliver effective, insightful training and presentations.

Sophie shares this insight, along with science-based body language secrets to inspire and empower people to use the power of nonverbal communication to enrich their lives and create positive outcomes.

Sophie is currently based in Perth, Australia, but travels internationally for speaking and training events. She also conducts one-to-one training and coaching sessions via online conferencing technology. 

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Lee Halliday Zadeh

Lee plays a part behind the scenes at My Alcomy. Taught by Sophie, Lee has learned to read body language and facial expressions of emotion. Analysing split-second nonverbal signals is easier with two sets of eyes, while Sophie scrutinises one area of the body, Lee examines another. As you can imagine not much goes unnoticed in the Halliday Zadeh household!

Lee works full time as a Specifications Rep for a drainage company, but his huge input and support behind the scenes at My Alcomy deserves credit.

Lee Halliday Zadeh


ABC Radio Perth
ABC Radio Sydney, The Signal
ACO Australia
Australian Security Magazine
Clarity Communications
Commonwealth Bank
Curtin Education Community
Department of Education, Institute for Professional Learning
Department of Education, North Metropolitan Regional Education Office
Foxtel Network’s Lifestyle Magazine
Goldfields-Esperance Development Commission
Northern Star Resources Limited
NW Magazine
PwC Australia
Slice TV
St John of God Midland Public Hospital
TEDx Perth
The West Australian
The Daily Mail (Australia & UK)
Western Australian Education Support Principal and Administrators' Association (WAESPAA)
Western Australian Primary Principals' Association (WAPPA)
Western Australian School of Mines Alumni (WASMA) Podcast
Western Australian Secondary Teaching Administrators Association (WASTAA)
Western Australian Secondary Teaching Administrators Association (WASTAA)
Woodside Petroleum Limited
Yahoo News Australia




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