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Press and Media

I appear in the press and media on matters related to therapy and mental health, as a spokesperson and journalist. This has included BBC Radio, OK! Magazine, Psychologies, Stylist, The Independent, The Mirror, The Sun, Grazia, Harpers Bazaar, Happiful and various podcasts. I am the producer and host of Sound Affects Podcast – a music and mental health podcast in NME's Podcast for the People series.

OK! Magazine, Cleaning and Anxiety
Grazia, why are young women taking their own lives?
Stylist magazine, supporting friends in crisis
Harpers Bazaar, it's ok to feel disappointed during a pandemic
Refinery 29, Your guide to safe online therapy
The Independent, Beauty in the post-covid era
Psychologies, Maintaining friendships you've lost touch with
Louder Sound, Music and Mental Health
The Morning Star, Creativity and Mental Health
Happiful, Relationships
The Homeworker, Music and Productivity
DARE, Going on holiday with family members
Wellcome Collection, Wellcome Trust's Wellcome Collection, on my 4 years spent as a Samaritans helpline listener
BBC Radio Oxford, BBC Radio Oxford live interview, on clinical anxiety
Boogaloo Radio, Boogaloo Radio special guest for Alan McGee discussing mental health in rock n roll
SAOL, Societal expectations on women
Bustle, Why does New Year's Eve make you sad?
Huffington Post, Anxiety and cleaning
The Sun, Anxiety and sex
The Climax podcast, Sex in relationships
Open Democracy, What happens when mental health professionals also get sick?
Stylist, Dating after sexual assault
The Independent, Belly dance as support for trauma victims
I-D Magazine, Dealing with social media pressure and fear of missing out
Kinbox, Learning to deal with disappointment
Metro, comfort eating and why counselling/psychotherapy can help
Glamour magazine, body positivity
Metro, supporting a friend with depression
The Debrief and Grazia, anxiety attacks on the tube
Refinery29, coping with pressures of new year resolutions when you suffer depression, differences between depression and feeling sad
TalkLife, understanding self-harm and why people do it
Scottish Daily Record, impact of social media on mental health
Broadly, feeling sad in the summer
The Sun, parent/child attachments
The Sun, sex & relationship issues after having children and why counselling and psychotherapy can help, coping with intrusive thoughts and images
The Guardian, routes into counselling/psychotherapy and counsellor & psychotherapist professions
The Evening Standard and Refinery29, house sharing when you suffer with mental health difficulties
The Tonic Magazine, relationships between parents and their grown-up adult children

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