What's Your Story?

Telling stories goes back to the beginning of time. I believe we all have a unique story to tell; and making sense of our stories is part of making sense of ourselves.

I appear regularly on TV, Radio and online as a Relationship Psychologist and have written several bestselling self-help books and ghosted life stories. I write dramas, especially biopics and screenplays. I also see individual clients for psychotherapy and work with groups.

Welcome

Telling stories goes back to the beginning of time. I believe we all have a unique story to tell; and making sense of our stories is part of making sense of ourselves.

Writing is my life.  I love stories, real-life or fictional.  I can help you write your own life story and get it into print.

Broadcasting is all about telling a story.  I can bring clarity to complex life and psychological issues for Radio and TV.

Everyone has a story, and most of us need a good listening to.  As your therapist I will makes sure you are heard.

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Blog

The Addictive Pull of the Lockdown

The current lockdown is challenging us in so many ways psychologically and emotionally.  The stress of not being able to do what you want, when you want, or to simply go out and stay out, see people, have fun, and do all the things you usually do, is taking its toll.... read more

Keep Calm and Don’t Catastrophise

For the past few years ‘Keep Calm And Carry On” has been reprised.  The old 2nd World War slogan has had a second life in our techno-hectic zeitgeist.  The slogan is on mugs, socks, cards, towels, t-shirts, exhorting us to calm down everywhere we are.   However,... read more

The Dark Side of Covid: Attacked at Ally Pally Lake

At 6.30pm on Friday 27th March 2020, I had just finished a long day of writing and working with psychotherapy clients online.  I decided my reward was my favourite daily allowed walk to my local park, Alexandra Palace, to look at the ducks.   I’d been... read more