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Liana Werner-Gray

Liana Werner-Gray

Liana Werner-Gray is a holistic and natural-health advocate. After healing herself of many health conditions through embracing a natural lifestyle, she began lecturing and teaching about the Earth Diet internationally. Liana teaches raw food and cooking classes around the world and supports people with conditions such as acne, addiction, cancer, diabetes, depression, heart disease, obesity and more
Nick Lovegrove

Nick Lovegrove

Nick Lovegrove is a veteran consultant, executive coach, and writer. He is currently the US managing partner of the Brunswick Group, a global corporate advisory firm. Nick is the author of The Mosaic Principle: The Six Dimensions of a Remarkable Life and Career
Charlotte Crowl

Charlotte Crowl

Charlotte Crowl is the author of Cancer: The Hidden Truth, where she shares her cancer journey from diagnosis to recovery. She is also the founder of Pure Helps to Cure. www.charlottecrowl.org.uk
Dave Gibson

Dave Gibson

Dave has been practising as a Naturopath and Osteopath for over 15 years and he is also a qualified hypnotherapist, providing naturopathic advice across a wide range of conditions to promote good sleep patterns and quality sleep. Dave is the resident sleep expert for Warren Evans bed makers and is the founder of thesleepsite.co.uk
Share Your Story

Share Your Story

Share Your Story exists to provide spaces to hear people's stories, in order to inspire us to live better ones ourselves. Originating in Brighton we run story-telling events with various themes, run workshops and have recently launched our podcast.
Jean-Christian Jury

Jean-Christian Jury

Jean-Christian Jury is a world traveler and internationally acclaimed chef from Toulouse, France. While working in the restaurant world in London, he had a heart attack, which he attributes to his relentless work schedule and poor diet. Heeding this wake-up call, he delved into the study of raw and vegan food and embraced a healthy diet and lifestyle. In 2007, he opened his first vegan restaurant, La Mano Verde, in Berlin. He is now based in Los Angeles, California and continues to travel the world to explore global cuisines.
Dia Soilemezi

Dia Soilemezi

Dia is an experienced qualitative researcher. She has a BSc (Hons) in Psychology and an MSc in Health Psychology. Currently she is undertaking her PhD, which investigates the role of the home environment in dementia care (shortlisted for RIBA President’s Awards for Research). Her main research interests are: dementia, healthcare environments, falls prevention, and family caregiving. Before embarking on research, Dia worked in a variety of clinical settings supporting adults and elderly with stroke, dementia and mental health problems.
Clive Hyland

Clive Hyland

Since 2005, Clive Hyland has been working as a coach, primarily with business leaders and their teams addressing strategic and cultural challenges. He also runs masterclass programmes for coaches, trainers, HR and Learning and Development practitioners. Additionally, he has coached in sport, education, public services, charities, prisons and faith organisations.
Thích Nhất Hạnh

Thích Nhất Hạnh

Thích Nhất Hạnh is a Vietnamese Buddhist monk and peace activist. He lives in Plum Village in the Dordogne region in the south of France, travelling internationally to give retreats and talks.
Massimo Pugliucci

Massimo Pugliucci

Massimo Pigliucci is the K.D. Irani Professor of Philosophy at the City College of New York. His latest book is How to Be a Stoic: Using Ancient Philosophy to Live a Modern Life (Rider). He blogs at howtobeastoic.org.
Dr Glen Jankowski

Dr Glen Jankowski

Dr Glen Jankowski is a Senior Lecturer at Leeds Beckett University and a critical psychologist interested in body image, discrimination and liberation politics. He completed his PhD on men’s body image in 2016. He has published research in the journals Body Image, Psychology of Men and Masculinity, Journal of Health Psychology, Journal of Aesthetic Nursing, Social and Personality Psychology Compass, International Journal of Eating Disorders among others. His work has also been featured in The Guardian, BBC Radio 4, BBC3, Russia Today and Men’s Fitness.
Brooke McAlary

Brooke McAlary

Brooke McAlary produces and hosts The Slow Home, an iTunes #1 Health podcast. Brooke blogs about decluttering and slow living at slowyourhome.com
Keith Squires

Keith Squires

Keith has a background in nutrition, Ayurveda, herbalism and cookery, with over 30 years of experience as a vegetarian chef. He teaches workshops, retreats and courses around the world. https://keithonfood.com
Rose Elliot

Rose Elliot

Rose Elliot MBE is one of Britain’s foremost vegetarian cookery writers, with over 60 vegetarian and vegan books and sales of 3.5 million copies worldwide. Rose is patron of a number of charities, and in 1999 she received the MBE from the Queen for services to vegetarian cookery. Rose was also raised in a spiritual environment, and, some years ago, she heard a Buddhist monk speak about the Four Noble Truths and that you could write everything you need to know about Buddhism on the back of a postcard. This inspired her meditation practice, her writing, and her love for and interest in Buddhism.
Leon Chaitow

Leon Chaitow

Leon Chaitow is a registered osteopath and naturopath, editor of the Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, and Honorary Fellow and former senior lecturer at the University of Westminster, London. Author of more than 60 books, including Holistic Pain Relief, he lectures internationally on both bodywork and general health topics from an integrated perspective
The Big Lunch

The Big Lunch

The Big Lunch www.biglunch.com is the UK’s annual get-together and aims to get as many people as possible across the whole of the UK to have lunch with their neighbours in a simple act of community, friendship and fun. The Big Lunch creates strong and lasting bonds within communities across the country, and was launched by the Eden Project in 2009. This year The Big Lunch will be held on Sunday 18th June as the highlight of The Great Get Together weekend, an idea co-created by The Big Lunch and the Jo Cox Foundation to encourage even more people to celebrate commonality and community.
Mike McKinney

Mike McKinney

Mike McKinney was born and raised in Christchurch, New Zealand. He studied psychology at the University of Canterbury for both his undergraduate and post graduate training. Over the last two decades, Mike has worked as a Clinical Psychologist in both the public (hospital-based) and private practice settings. He has become increasingly intrigued by the potential for an individual's personality-style to enhance or undermine decisions and behaviours in relation to achievement.
Scarlett Brady

Scarlett Brady

Scarlett Brady is a writer and editor. She is currently the editor of Gurgle, a monthly magazine for mothers of babies and young children.
Estelle Lefébure

Estelle Lefébure

French model and actress Estelle Lefébure was one of People magazine s most beautiful people in the world. She has been a cover girl for Vogue, Elle, Cosmopolitan, Harper’s Bazaar and others. She appeared in advertisements for Cartier, Christian Dior, Lacoste, L’Oreal, Revlon, Thierry Mugler, Versace, Victoria's Secret, and many more. She leads wellness retreats in St. Barts.
Jonah Berger

Jonah Berger

Jonah Berger is a professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He is an expert on word of mouth, viral marketing, social influence, and trends
Harriet Griffey

Harriet Griffey

Harriet Griffey is a journalist, writer and author of numerous books focused on health. Along with I want to be confident, she is the author of four other books in this series: I want to sleep, I want to be calm, I want to be organised and I want to be happy, all published by Hardie Grant. She originally trained as a nurse and writes and broadcasts regularly on health and health-related issues, and is also accredited coach with Youth at Risk.
Christina MacDonald

Christina MacDonald

Christina Macdonald is writer and editor specialising in dementia and healthcare. She is Online Editor for The Alzheimer’s Show and author of the book, Dementia Care: A Guide. She has been a journalist for more than 25 years and began writing about dementia after her late mother, Hazel, was diagnosed with vascular dementia. She is passionate about helping carers understand more about dementia in order to be the best possible carers for their loved ones.
Evelyn Wallace

Evelyn Wallace

Evelyn Wallace is the Cancer Care Operations Manager at AXA PPP
Juliette Bryant

Juliette Bryant

Juliette Bryant is a nutritionist, healer, meditation teacher and author
Ilse Sand

Ilse Sand

Ilse Sand is a psychotherapist and author www.highly-sensitive-hsp.com
Roland Bal

Roland Bal

Roland Bal uses a cognitive and somatic (body) based psycho-therapeutic approach to treat complex trauma and PTSD. He works both online, using audio and video, and offline in his practice in Barcelona. Additionally his website https://rolandbal.com/ provides e-books, trauma care guided meditations and online courses.
Clayton John Ainger

Clayton John Ainger

Clayton is a motivational speaker, author of the internationally best-selling book, The Ego’s Code. His ethos in life is about making every person matter every time. This is why he is so passionate about people and helping them to embrace their individuality, release negativity and understand the power of doing what comes naturally and discover what truly makes their hearts sing! Clayton works with people all over the world, from different walks of life. http://www.claytonjohnainger.com/
Lisa Sturge

Lisa Sturge

Lisa Sturge is the director of Laughterlines Coaching, working with a range of businesses, organisations and schools across the UK in order to promote laughter and wellbeing in the workplace and everyday life. www.laughterlinescoaching.co.uk
Sandy Newbigging

Sandy Newbigging

Sandy C. Newbigging is a meditation teacher, coach, speaker, author and creator of Calmology.
Angela Duckworth

Angela Duckworth

Angela Duckworth has a Masters in Neuroscience and a PhD in Psychology. She is the author of Grit
Michelle Brown

Michelle Brown

Michelle Brown is Deputy Head of Department for Healthcare Practice in the University of Derby's College of Health and Social Care
Steve Martin

Steve Martin

Steve Martin is the co-author of the New York Times International bestseller Yes! 50 Secrets from the Science of Persuasion. His work in the field of persuasion science has featured widely in the global media. He has a regular business columns for the British Airways in-flight magazine and the Harvard Business Review. He is a guest lecturer at the London Business School and the University of Cambridge.
Michelle Munt

Michelle Munt

Michelle Munt sustained a traumatic brain injury in a road accident which changed her life. The road to recovery following a brain injury is years, and maybe a lifetime. She blogs about brain injury at www.jumbledbrain.com to raise awareness and understanding.
Storeys

Storeys

Storeys is a social enterprise that runs creative programmes in personal development and emotional wellbeing for young people leaving care. Our programmes aim to give participants tools for self-managing their wellbeing, raising their self-esteem and creating a supportive peer network
Tara Jackson

Tara Jackson

Tara Jackson is a nutritionist and holistic health coach
Mind

Mind

Mind is a mental health charity. They provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem and campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.

SMIRA

SMIRA

SMIRA is a UK charity which supports families with selectively mute children. They also provide information to health and education professionals involved in the upbringing of such children and young people. SMIRA gives those with SM, their parents and professionals an opportunity to feel less isolated and share ideas with others who have experienced similar problems in either home, school or treatment situations.


Emma Mills

Emma Mills

Emma Mills is a meditation teacher and the creator of emmamillslondon.com. She has a private practice in central London, as well as in the Midlands. She holds events and meetings across the UK.
Dr Holan Liang

Dr Holan Liang

Holan Liang studied Medicine and Experimental Psychology at Cambridge University and trained in Psychiatry and Child Psychiatry at the Maudsley Hospital. She was Clinical Lecturer and Clinical Research Fellow at the world-renowned Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience and now works as a Consultant child and Adolescent Psychiatrist in London.
Charlotte Ford and Sam Stanley

Charlotte Ford and Sam Stanley

Sam Stanley (left) and Charlotte Ford developed Agnesforgirls.com together. Sam has worked in publishing and has three children (two sons and a daughter). Charlotte is a freelance Parliamentary reporter and she also has three children (two sons and a daughter). It started out as a book idea of Charlotte's and evolved into a website, launched in 2017.
Janice Haddon

Janice Haddon

Janice Haddon has over 25 years’ experience in strategic and operational human resources and management consultancy. Janice is a qualified coach and an NLP practitioner, hypnotherapist and counsellor. She is currently undertaking a PhD in Organisational Health and Wellbeing and is Managing Director of both Morgan Redwood and Thrive in Life 360.
Tom Chapman

Tom Chapman

Tom Chapman is the founder of the Lions Barber Collective, a men’s mental health awareness and suicide prevention movement that has been awarded a 'Point of Light' Award by Prime Minister Theresa May. Tom’s Lions Barber Collective is turning barbershops into safe spaces for men using the opportunity of a regular haircut to start conversations about mental health.
Julie Newbury

Julie Newbury

Dr Julie Newbury is a counselling psychotherapist for StopSO – The Specialist Treatment Organisation for the Prevention of Sexual Offending - which works to prevent sexual offending through therapy. StopSO is an agency that connects clients asking for help with a specially trained, experienced therapists. The service is available to anyone who feels at risk of committing a sexual offence, as well as those who have already committed a sexual offence. StopSO also offers therapy to the family members of sexual offenders. StopSO's aim is to reduce sexual offending by offering therapy to the (potential and actual) perpetrators in order to prevent harm, and thus protect society.
Dr Stella Compton

Dr Stella Compton

Dr Stella Compton-Dickinson is a London-based Health and Care Profession council registered music therapist, accredited supervisor, professional oboist and lecturer, UK Council for Psychotherapy registered Cognitive Analytic Therapist and Supervisor. She has her own private practice and twenty years' experience in the National Health Service as a Clinician, Head of Arts Therapies and Clinical Research Lead her research was awarded the 2016 Ruskin Medal for the most impactful doctoral research.
Stephen Vokins

Stephen Vokins

Stephen Vokins is managing directory of Big Brand Beds, a family run business who have been retailing for 130 years www.bigbrandbeds.co.uk
Welldoing

Welldoing

Welldoing.org is a UK-wide therapist directory
Jonathan Fields

Jonathan Fields

Jonathan Fields is an author, entrepreneur and growth strategist. He has spent the last two decades exploring what it means to live a good life. He's traveled the world, interviewed and learned from Buddhist Lamas to billionaires, research savants to maverick M.D.s and legendary artists to world-shaking entrepreneurs
Emma Grey and Audrey Thomas

Emma Grey and Audrey Thomas

Emma Grey is an executive coach and writer. Audrey Thomas is a coach and facilitator. Together they have founded the 'My 15 Minutes' programme
James Elander

James Elander

James Elander is the Head of the Centre for Psychological Research at the University of Derby
Dr Onkar Sahota

Dr Onkar Sahota

Dr Onkar Sahota AM is Chair of the London Assembly Health Committee
Lisa Sugarman

Lisa Sugarman

Lisa Sugarman is the author of the opinion column It Is What It Is. She is also long-time columnist and humorist for GateHouse as well as a regular contributor on LittleThings.com, GrownAndFlown.com, Care.com, and Being a Mom.life
Rae Ritchie

Rae Ritchie

Rae Ritchie worked for a decade as an historian before recently leaving academia to become a freelance writer and coach. Whether in the past or the present, she is interested in how people make sense of themselves and their lives. She blogs over at raeritchie.com and can be found on social media via @rae_ritchie_.
Beth Kempton

Beth Kempton

Beth Kempton is the founder of Do What You Love, which delivers online courses to help people find personal, professional and financial freedom. www.dowhatyouloveforlife.com
Amanda Smith

Amanda Smith

Amanda Smith is a screenwriter, author, and trustee for SoRECS, the Society for Research into Empathy, Cruelty and Sociopathy
Pride Fostering Service

Pride Fostering Service

Pride Fostering Service is a leading fostering service based in Luton. We have an excellent reputation for foster care and providing positive outcomes for children in our care.
Delia McCabe

Delia McCabe

Delia McCabe turned her back on conventional talking therapy, after completing her Masters in Psychology. Since then she's immersed herself in the world of nutrition and the brain, and offers insights into how specific foods can improve your mood, concentration, memory and learning ability as well as help you stay calm and happy. Delia's book ‘Feed Your Brain - 7 Steps to a Lighter, Brighter You!’ is now available in Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the USA. www.lby.life
AXA PPP

AXA PPP

AXA PPP healthcare is a UK private medical insurance provider, and is part of the AXA group of companies
Georgie Frost

Georgie Frost

Headline Money's Financial Broadcast Journalist 2016-17, Georgie Frost is a multi award-winning journalist and radio presenter of ten years. She hosts of a daily personal finance and consumer affairs talk show on the national digital station, Share Radio, having made the move from the BBC in 2014 where she was a sports broadcaster
Rachel James

Rachel James

Rachel James was born in London, and is a nurse, midwife and health visitor now living in Australia. She writes a blog (Everyday Caring) promoting healthy lifestyles for caregivers and those they support. Suddenly an Everyday Carer is her first book
CoppaFeel!

CoppaFeel!

CoppaFeel! exists to educate and remind every young person in the UK that checking their boobs isn’t only fun, it could save their life. We are the first breast cancer charity in the UK to create awareness amongst young people, with the aim of instilling a new healthy habit that could one day save their life.

Debra Campbell

Debra Campbell

Debra Campbell is a psychologist, couple therapist and former university lecturer in marriage and relationships. Prior to psychology Debra taught yoga and meditation, so mindfulness remains a cornerstone of her work in mental health and couple relationships. She is the author of Lovelands: Finding Your Way to Wisdom, Compassion and Love
Susanna Abse

Susanna Abse

Susanna Abse is a couple psychoanalytic psychotherapist and CEO of Tavistock Relationships. Before training as a psychotherapist she taught troubled adolescents. She has published a range of practice papers and articles on work with couples and family policy and lectures and teaches on related subjects. She also has a small private practice working with both couples and individuals.

David Adam

David Adam

David Adam is an editor at the science journal Nature and author of The Man Who Couldn't Stop: OCD and the true story of a life lost in thought.

Nicole Addis

Nicole Addis

Nicole Addis is a humanistic and integrative psychotherapist who works in Newcastle upon Tyne. Nicole offers both solution focused short-term therapy and long-term therapy to individuals, couples and groups and has a special interest in working with trauma. 

Azi Ahmed

Azi Ahmed

Azi Ahmed is the author of Worlds Apart: Muslim Girl with the SAS. She tweets @aziahmed1

Decca Aitkenhead

Decca Aitkenhead

Decca Aitkenhead is a prize-winning interviewer with The Guardian. Following the death by drowning of her partner Tony Wilkinson, she wrote the memoir All At Sea

Emine Ali

Emine Ali

Emine Ali Rushton is Beauty and Wellbeing Director at Psychologies magazine and author of The Body Balance Diet Plan. www.balanceplan.co.uk

Polly Allen

Polly Allen

Polly Allen is a freelance lifestyle and arts journalist and travel blogger, based in Sussex. Her recommended reads for depression sufferers include Ruby Wax's Sane New World and Sally Brampton's Shoot the Damn Dog; she thinks the novels of Graham Greene should be available on prescription.

Wendy Ann

Wendy Ann

Wendy Ann Greenhalgh is a Brighton-based artist, writer and teacher of creative mindfulness. She teaches workshops, courses and retreats on mindfulness, drawing and creativity, and is a regular attendee at meditative retreats. 

Dr Phil Anthony

Dr Phil Anthony

Phil Anthony is a psychotherapist based in Northamptonshire. You can make contact with him here

Terri Apter

Terri Apter

Dr. Terri Apter is a psychologist, writer and Senior Tutor at Newnham College, Cambridge. Her books include Altered Loves, The Confident Child and Difficult Mothers.

Megan Arroll

Megan Arroll

Dr Megan Arroll is a chartered psychologist and scientist, and director of Simply Research Ltd. Megan is also a member of the Chronic Illness Research Team and a Research Fellow at the University of East London. Her books include Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: What you need to know about CFS/ME and Invisible Illness: Coping with misunderstood conditions, co-authored with Prof. Christine Dancey.

Estanislao Bachrach

Estanislao Bachrach

Estanislao Bachrach has a PhD in Molecular Biology, is a Professor of leadership and innovation and has also founded an international consultancy on creativity and innovation. 

 BACP

BACP

The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) is an association which sets and maintains the standards of the profession. They provide training for counsellors and psychotherapists and also aim to inform the public about the benefits of counselling and psychotherapy. 

Christine Bailey

Christine Bailey

Christine Bailey is an award winning qualified functional nutritionist, chef and food & health consultant. Previously awarded Coeliac Chef of the Year she is well known for her inspirational recipes and nutrition expertise. A member of the Guild of Health Writers, she writes for numerous health, food and fitness magazines and is the author of The Gut Health DietSupercharged Green Juices & Smoothie Diet, Functional Nutrition Cookbook and Eat to Get Younger among others. She has been involved in the health industry for over 18 years and is one of the most respected nutritional experts in the UK focused on evidence based Functional Medicine. 

Kate Baldry

Dr Kate Baldry

Kate Baldry is a psychologist based in Northampton and is a member of the welldoing directory. You can view her profile and make contact easily here

Aaron Balick

Aaron Balick

Aaron Balick is a UKCP registered integrative psychotherapist. He offers psychotherapy in Clerkenwell, London. He is the author of 'The Psychodynamics of Social Networking: Connected up instantaneous culture and the self', a book which draws together his research into applying psychological thinking to social media and technology. You can also catch him on BBC Radio 1, where is he the resident psychotherapist on 'The Surgery with Aled'. 


Jadwiga Ball

Jadwiga Ball

Jadwiga Ball is the CEO of Clifton Children's Society (CCS) Adoption, a service based in Bristol dedicated to keeping brothers and sisters together. Ofsted rates CCS as Outstanding; to find out more visit www.ccsadoption.org or call 0117 9350005.

Faith Barker

Faith Barker

Faith Barker studied Arabic and Spanish and is now doing classical singing. She can be found on Twitter @faithbalebarker.

Cassandra Barns

Cassandra Barns

Cassandra Barns is a nutritional therapist and freelance writer on health and nutrition. She has particular interest in traditional diets and ‘real food’ nutrition, as well as digestive health, energy and sleep
Michèle Bartlett

Michèle Bartlett

Michèle Bartlett is a UKCP Registered Integrative Arts Psychotherapist and Child Psychotherapist. She is currently Chair of the UKCP Faculty for the Psychological Health of Children. michelebartlett.co.uk; UKCP Children's Faculty @allabouthechild

Geraldine Bedell

Geraldine Bedell

Geraldine Bedell is a journalist, author and entrepreneur. She was a staff writer and critic for the Observer, has written several novels and a memoir, The Handmade House. She was the founding editor of Gransnet and is now CEO of Family Innovation Zone where she wrote a report on mothers as a force for social change, Mothers of Innovation. @GeraldineBedell

Lucy Beresford

Lucy Beresford

Lucy Beresford is a psychotherapist, writer and broadcaster. She is the agony aunt for Healthy magazine and 'radio shrink' for BBC London. 

Ben Bernstein

Ben Bernstein

Ben Bernstein, Ph.D. is an award-winning educator and clinical psychologist. He has taught at every level of the educational system. He coaches individuals in high stress/high performance jobs including professional athletes, actors, opera singers, attorneys, medical professionals, and many others to achieve improved results. He resides in Oakland, California.

Anna Black

Anna Black

Anna Black is author of 'The Little Pocket Book of Mindfuless', published by CICO books. 

Katinka Blackford Newman

Katinka Blackford Newman

Katinka Blackford Newman is an award winning documentary filmmaker who lives in NW London with her two children. She is inspired by extraordinary stories about ordinary people. The Pill That Steals Lives is her first book and is an Amazon bestseller.
Linda Blair

Linda Blair

Linda Blair is a Chartered clinical psychologist, Chartered scientist, an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and a registered practitioner psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council. A journalist, lecturer and broadcaster, her latest book is The Key to Calm.

Kathrin Bohm

Kathrin Bohm

Kathrin Bohm is a German artist now living in London. She is a founding member of the London-based art and architecture collective Public Works, and the pan-European artist initiative Myvillages.

Wellcome Book

Wellcome Book

The Wellcome Book Prize is an annual award, open to new works of fiction or nonfiction. To be eligible for entry, a book should have a central theme that engages with some aspect of medicine, health or illness. This can cover many genres of writing – including crime, romance, popular science, sci fi and history.

At some point, medicine touches all our lives. Books that find stories in those brushes with medicine are ones that add new meaning to what it means to be human. The subjects these books grapple with might include birth and beginnings, illness and loss, pain, memory, and identity. In keeping with its vision and goals, the Wellcome Book Prize aims to excite public interest and encourage debate around these topics.

Sally Brampton

Sally Brampton

Sally Brampton is a writer and journalist, who formerly edited Elle and Red. Her book Shoot The Damn Dog, an account of her depression, was published in 2008 .

clare bremner

clare bremner

Clare Bremner is a CBT, solution-focused and integrative therapist working in Glasgow. You can view her profile and make contact today, here

Veronique Briant

Veronique Briant

Veronique Briant is an integrative counsellor based in St Leonards on Sea
Joanna Briscoe

Joanna Briscoe

Joanna Briscoe is a London based novelist and writer.

Leanne Brookes

Leanne Brookes

Leanne Brookes is a writer and lyricist with an educational background in music and fashion. She is currently studying counselling and has a personal journey blog dedicated to achieving positive mental wellbeing, theitchinside.com. All music and written work can be found on leannejaybrookes.com and you can follow her at @LJBWrites

Gerry Broom

Gerry Broom

During 8 years teaching yoga, Sweaty Betty ambassador Gerry Broom has always looked to integrate a love of the water and the outdoors into her practice. She is one of the first teachers in the UK to bring the practice of yoga onto stand up paddle boards (SUP) and runs approved instructor training courses and regular sessions at Hove Lagoon in Sussex.

James Brown

James Brown

James Brown is a British journalist and editor. In 1994, he launched Loaded and went on to be editor for GQ Magazine. In 2010 he launched the website Sabotage Times. 

Nick Brown

Nick Brown

Nick Brown is a psychology researcher and coach based in Strasbourg, France. He holds an MSc in Applied Positive Psychology and is currently enrolled on an MA course in Existential Coaching at the New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling in London. www.meta-systems.eu @sTeamTraen

Daisy Buchanan

Daisy Buchanan

Daisy Buchanan is a journalist, author and agony aunt for Grazia magazine. Her new book, How To Be A Grown Up, is about why it's OK to make mistakes during your twenties and beyond.
Julia Bueno

Julia Bueno

Julia Bueno is a UKCP registered psychotherapist who has a particular interest in working with anxiety and depression as well as with women who have struggled with fertility or suffered a loss during pregnancy. 

 Bupa

Bupa

Bupa UK proudly supports four million customers across the country with their health, care and wellbeing needs.

 

Rachel Burden

Rachel Burden

Rachel Burden presents BBC Radio 5 live's Breakfast Show. She began her radio career as a reporter at BBC Radio Suffolk and joined Radio 5 live in 2003.
hilda burke

hilda burke

Hilda Burke is an integrative therapist based in London. You can view her welldoing profile and contact her here

Oliver Burkeman

Oliver Burkeman

Oliver Burkeman is a US-based journalist and author. He writes This Column Will Change Your LIfe for Weekend Guardian

Elizabeth Butler

Elizabeth Butler

Following the completion of a degree in biochemistry, Elizabeth trained at the Institute for Optimum Nutrition in London and more recently completed her Masters degree in Nutritional Medicine at the University of Surrey. For the last 15 years Elizabeth has worked as a nutritional therapist specialising in cancer care. Her passion is helping people to recognise the power they hold over their own health and happiness and her company, Body Soul Nutrition (www.bodysoulnutrition.co.uk) assists those with cancer find a sense of nourishment on every level of their being – body, mind and soul.

John C

John C

John C. Parkin is author of the bestselling F**k It books, available in 24 languages, and has a rapidly growing 650,000 followers on Facebook.  He lives by the sea in Italy with his family, teaching his F**k It philosophy to people around the world and generally Doing What He Loves.

Phoebe Caldwell

Phoebe Caldwell

Dr Caldwell is a world expert practitioner with 45 years' experience working with people with autism. She is author of The Anger Box - which brings together a wide field of research into the experience of sensory turmoil and pain, together with powerful first-hand accounts of sensory dysfunction experienced by those with autism. www.phoebecaldwell.co.uk

Simona Campli

Simona Campli

Simona Campli is a solution-focused therapist based in London. She also offers Walking Therapy
Emma Cannon

Emma Cannon

Integrated fertility expert and acupuncturist Emma Cannon is founder of The Fertility Rooms in Chelsea, and author of three books including Total Fertility, published in 2013. www.emmacannon.co.uk

Marina Cantacuzino

Marina Cantacuzino

Marina Cantacuzino is the founder of The Forgiveness Project charity which launched in 2004 with The F Word exhibition. The charity uses storytelling and narrative learning techniques to explore concepts of forgiveness and reconciliation through the lived experiences of victims and perpetrators of crime and violence. www.theforgivenessproject.com

Kate Carne

Kate Carne

Kate Carne discovered meditation in 1975. Rather by accident, she found that it lifted her out of depression. She trained for many years with Zen Master Hogen Daido Yamahata, both in the UK and in Japan, and has also trained with Jon Kabat-Zinn. Having worked in complementary health, she decided that the best way to lessen people’s suffering is to teach them how to practise mindfulness. She has an MA in Mindfulness Training, and has been teaching Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction in Oxford since 2004. Until recently, she also worked for the Prison Phoenix Trust, teaching yoga and meditation in prisons all over the UK.

Louise Carroll

Louise Carroll

Louise Carroll is based in London and specialises in CBT and hypnotherapy. You can view her welldoing profile and make contact here

Lucy Cavendish

Lucy Cavendish

Lucy Cavendish is a therapist on the welldoing.org directory
Michelle Chand

Michelle Chand

Michelle Chand is a qualified yoga teacher with a special interest in Restorative Yoga to alleviate anxiety and depression. She is the co-author of Stick to Stigu and is based in Surrey. 

www.sticktostigu.com 

www.chandanandayoga.co.uk


Andréa Childs

Andréa Childs

Andréa Childs is a freelance journalist who writes about women’s health, lifestyle issues and homes for magazines and newspapers, including Marie Claire, YOU, Red, Stella and Livingetc. She lives in Brighton.
Mike Chunn

Mike Chunn

Mike Chunn is the CEO of Play It Strange, a New Zealand charity which encourages school-age young people to write songs and play music. He is a former member of Split Enz
Brigid Chunn

Brigid Chunn

Brigid Chunn is a registered nutritionist with a BSc and post-grad diploma in Human Nutrition. She is currently working in a private clinic focusing on weight loss and is a contributor to The Healthy Food Guide magazine. She is also a qualified yoga teacher.

Louise Chunn

Louise Chunn

Louise Chunn is a prize-winning journalist and former editor of a number of magazines, including Psychologies, Good Housekeeping and InStyle. She is the founder of Welldoing Ltd.

Christian Coates

Christian Coates

Christian Coates is the founder of Soulmatefood. www.soulmatefood.com

Kate Codrington

Kate Codrington

Kate wears three hats; she specialises in massage for women’s health, runs online courses for therapists who want to turn their passion into a successful business, and leads Love Your Belly workshops for women’s health.

David Cohen

David Cohen

David Cohen read psychology and philosophy and got his Ph.D studying what makes children laugh. His 30 books include Psychologists on Psychology (interviews with great psychologists), and biographies of Carl Rogers and John B Watson. His latest books include The Escape of Sigmund Freud, Freud on Coke and Bringing Them Up Royal.

The College

The College

The College of Podiatry is an independent charity dedicated to foot health research, education and public awareness. It works closely with the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists – the professional body for the UK’s registered chiropodists and podiatrists. In short, they’re the UK’s experts for everything and anything to do with feet.  Podiatry is the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of diseases and other disorders of the feet and associated structures. 

Bina Convey

Bina Convey

Bina Convey is a counsellor based in London. You can view her welldoing profile and make contact with her here 

Leanne Cooper

Leanne Cooper

Leanne Cooper is the Director of Cadence Health and Food Coaching Courses. Leanne is a registered nutritionist, mother of two very active boys and author of Change the Way You Eat; The psychology of food.

Vicki Copperwaite

Vicki Copperwaite

Vicki Copperwaite is a BACP registered integrative therapist working in Leeds. She works with clients with a variety of issues including anxiety, depression, bereavement, sexual abuse, domestic violence and addiction. 

Marion Coutts

Marion Coutts

Marion Coutts is an artist and writer. She wrote the introduction to Tom Lubbock's memoir Until Further Notice, I am Alive. She is a Lecturer in Art at Goldsmiths College.

Sue Cowan-Jenssen

Sue Cowan-Jenssen

Sue Cowan-Jenssen is an Integrative EMDR psychotherapist working in London. She has a particular interest in the impact of competitive culture on the self. She also has specialised training working with trauma and bereavement.

Ros Coward

Ros Coward

Ros Coward has worked for many years as a freelance journalist, contributing to several national newspapers and magazines . She was a regular columnist for the Guardian. She is the author of, amongst other books, Female Desire, Our Treacherous Hearts, and, most recently, Speaking Personally: the Rise of Subjective and Personal Journalism.

Jayne Cox

Jayne Cox

Jayne Cox works in private practice as an eating disorder therapist and specialist women's coach. She supports women's development in all areas of their lives and provides mood management workshops in a holistic setting. www.jaynemcox.com

Mark Cropley

Mark Cropley

Mark Cropley is a Professor of Health Psychology at the University of Surrey and a global expert in how people unwind and recover from work. He organised the first ever international academic conferences on recovery from work, and has consulted on this topic across major corporations, the Metropolitan Police, the NHS and various primary and secondary schools. His work has attracted widespread attention across the media.

Josephine Cropper

Josephine Cropper

Josephine Cropper is a UKCP registered therapist who works in Manchester. She also works as a mediator, helping to resolve issues in the workplace and domestically. 

Richard Cross

Richard Cross

Richard Cross is a relational psychotherapist based in Glasgow. He specialises in work around attachment, trauma and dissociative disorders. You can view his profile and make contact here 

Lee Crutchley

Lee Crutchley

Lee Crutchley is an illustrator and designer, and author of The Art of Getting Started. How to be Happy (or at least less sad) is his new book. 

Helen Cunningham

Helen Cunningham

Helen is a yoga instructor with 8 years experience. She regularly attends Jivamukti Yoga London.

Michel Cymes

Michel Cymes

Specialist doctor Michel Cymes works in a Paris hospital. He is also a very popular presenter for a number of medical programmes on French television.
Katie Dalebout

Katie Dalebout

Katie Dalebout is a millennial blogger and podcast host, whose writing, videos and podcasts guide people to sift through the thoughts clouding their minds. Katie is on a mission to share powerful journaling tools to help others embrace their creativity, reconnect to their authentic personality and surrender to true self-acceptance.. www.katiedalebout.com

Emma Dally

Emma Dally

Emma Dally has worked in book and magazine publishing for over thirty years. She has written for most of the national newspapers and is the author of several books including three novels and a family memoir. 

David Darvasi

David Darvasi

David Darvasi is a counsellor based in London
Manja De

Manja De

Manja De Neef is a cognitive behavioural therapist in private practice and supervisor at the Dutch Association of Behavioural Therapy and Cognitive Therapy. She specialises in the treatment of low self-esteem of clients with serious anxiety or mood problems. Manja has written self-help books about low self-esteem, compulsion and phobias and an e-health programme for tackling low self-esteem.

Sarah Dean,

Sarah Dean,

Sarah Dean is an integrative counsellor on welldoing. You can view her profile and make contact easily here

Vincent Deary

Vincent Deary

Vincent Deary is a health psychologist at Northumbria University. His first book, How We Are, is part one of the How to Live trilogy, and will be followed by How We Break and How We Mend.

Monika Dedus

Monika Dedus

Monika Dedus is a psychosexual and relationship psychotherapist. Her areas of expertise include male and female sexual difficulties, infidelity, infertility and relationship and communication difficulties. 

George Dieter

George Dieter

George Dieter is a psychologist and coach. He is currently the principal psychologist at a private practice specialising in relationship, child and adolescent counselling. George has presented papers at national and international conferences. He is based on the Central Coast of NSW, Australia. 

Marika Dimitriadou

Marika Dimitriadou

Marika lives in Kent with her high school sweetheart George. They have two children, Katerina and Gregory. 

Laura Dodsworth

Laura Dodsworth

Laura Dodsworth is a photographer and creator of Bare Reality http://www.barereality.net
Graham Doke

Graham Doke

Graham Doke is a co-founder and director of Anamaya, and is also the principal architect of the Anamaya Meditation App. Graham left a successful career as a city lawyer and investment banker in 1997 and now specialises in mind/body interface, with bodywork and meditation.

Graham Doke

Graham Doke

Graham Doke, is the co-founder and director of Anamaya and creator of the Anamaya Meditation App and the new Anamaya for School app. Graham is a mindfulness practitioner with 17 years experience, having previously been an investment banker in the city, so is well aware of the pressures of everyday life.

Graham believes that through effective mind training, we can gain understanding of our thoughts and emotions, of how they arise, and how, when understood, they can cease to afflict us.

Deborah Dooley

Deborah Dooley

Deborah became a freelance journalist after working as a housepainter and aerobics instructor. In 2008, she and her husband turned their large rambling home in Devon into a writers' and artists' retreat. www.retreatsforyou.co.uk

Ben Douch

Ben Douch

Ben Douch is a therapist working in London. He employs a mindfulness-based integrative approach in his work. You can view his welldoing profile and make contact here

Stand Down

Stand Down

Stand Down is a new, independent military charity which provides online psychological help and support to active duty personnel and their families, as well as to veterans, who suffer from any mental health condition, directly or indirectly, as a result of military service.

The online service is confidential and offers immediate low-level intervention and vital trauma support to its users, from qualified, regulated and highly experienced mental health practitioners. Stand Down encourages those who are reluctant or unable to access therapy easily, such as the physically injured, those with young families and active duty personnel reluctant to approach their employer, to seek help.

Registered Charity No. 1161341

Charlotte Du

Charlotte Du

Charlotte Du Cann is a freelance writer, editor and community activist. She is editor of Transition Free Press and art editor of The Dark Mountain Project. Her book, 52 Flowers That Shook My World – A Radical Return to Earth is published by Two Ravens Press. www.charlotteducann.blogspot.com

Nick Duerden

Nick Duerden

Nick Duerden is a writer and freelance arts journalist, and has contributed to The Independent, The Guardian, The Sunday Times Magazine and Esquire. He is the author of The Reluctant Fathers' Club. nick@nickduerden.co.uk; @Nick_Duerden

Nick Duffell

Nick Duffell

Nick Duffell is a psychotherapy trainer and psycho-historian and author of The Making of Them: The British Attitude to Children and the Boarding School System, and Wounded Leaders: British Elitism and the Entitlement Illusion - a Psychohistory (2014. He is co-founder of The Centre for Gender Psychology.

Sharon Dunscombe

Sharon Dunscombe

Sharon Dunscombe is a creative bibliotherapist who runs Tales for Tea. 

Tara Economakis

Tara Economakis

Tara Economakis is a UKCP registered counsellor who is dedicated to helping her clients develop insight and find ways to cope with everyday stress. 

Vicky Edgson

Vicky Edgson

Vicky Edgson is a practising nutritional therapist and author whose books include Honestly Healthy and Honestly Healthy for Life. She is the co-founder of The Food Doctor and co-author of Gut Gastronomy with Adam Palmer.

Maggie Eyre

Maggie Eyre

Maggie Eyre has trained thousands of speakers in countries all over the world, in her role as the director of her niche media training company Fresh Eyre. Her work has been recognised in Time Magazine and in the international media. While one of her most notable success stories is former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark (now Administrator of the United Nations Development programme), her clients range from academics to corporate CEOs; and from high performance athletes, to professionals in a wide range of industries. She has a strong sense of social justice, donating countless hours to help people find their voice, from the socially anxious to those whose family members have been victims of hostage situations.

Muna Fadhil

Muna Fadhil

Muna Fadhil is a journalist with a degree in sociology from the Lebanese University in Beirut. She has experience in developing and running projects aimed at offering psycho-social support to refugees and migrants. @muna0808

Jacqueline Fahey

Jacqueline Fahey

Jacqueline Fahey is one of New Zealand's best-known artists. Born in 1929, she has often focused on domestic and suburban life, and was included in a 2007 exhibition of 100 Feminist Painters in the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art. She was married to eminent psychiatrist Fraser McDonald and lived for many years with her family of three daughters in the grounds of the psychiatric hospitals which he oversaw. She has written two memoirs, Something For the Birds and Before I Forget
Angie Fell

Angie Fell

Hi, and welcome to my page. I am a BACP Accredited integrative humanistic counsellor based in Sheffield. I offer counselling to young adults, individuals and couples, from solution focused brief therapy to longer term counselling. I can offer appointments to suit your availability and can offer concessions for those on a low income - please contact me for details. 

 

Rosemary Ferguson

Rosemary Ferguson

Model turned nutritionist and naturopath Rosemary Ferguson, firmly believes (as a working mum and one of the new health-food champions), that juices and smoothies are the simplest way to boost the intake of nutrients into your diet.

Kate Figes

Kate Figes

Kate Figes is a novelist, columnist and a qualified family mediator. She is the author of several non-fiction books such as Because of Her Sex: the Myth of Equal Opportunity for Women, Life After Birth, The Terrible Teens and The Big Fat Bitch Book.

Stephanie Fitzgerald

Stephanie Fitzgerald

Dr Stephanie Fitzgerald is a Clinical Psychologist and BABCP- accredited CBT Therapist. She has specialised in treating anxiety disorders, and particularly OCD, for over 10 years and works using a practical and holistic approach to therapy.

 Fixers

Fixers

Fixers is a national charity which helps young people aged 16 - 25 to campaign on any issues that matters to them through media such as film, posters and websites. 

Danny Ford

Danny Ford

Danny Ford is an integrative psychotherapist and mindfulness teacher based in Leeds
Mark Forsyth

Mark Forsyth

Mark Forsyth is a writer whose work concerns the meaning and etymology of English words. He is the author of best-selling books The Etymologicon, The Horologicon, and The Elements of Eloquence, as well as being known for his blog The Inky Fool.

Giovanna Forte

Giovanna Forte

Giovanna Forte is co-founder of Face to a Name. She is also CEO of Forte Medical. www.facebook.com/facetoaname

Andres Fossas

Andres Fossas

Andres Fossas is a mindfulness practitioner, writer, and aspiring instructor. He learned mindfulness meditation in northern Thailand and has attended silent retreats ranging in length from three days to three months. Andres studied psychology at Harvard University and recently contributed to a large research project on the value of spirituality in the 21st century.

Gráinne Foster

Gráinne Foster

Gráinne Foster is a Dublin-born, HCPC-registered music therapist and professional musician based in Edinburgh, Scotland. She works both at Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy Scotland and on a freelance basis.

Anna Foster

Anna Foster

Anna Foster presents Drive on BBC Radio 5 Live, and in nearly 15 years with the BBC has reported on news and sport both across the UK and around the world. In the last year alone she's travelled to Sierra Leone to tell the story of Ebola survivors, covered the terror attacks in Paris and Brussels and explored the refugee crisis in Germany. Born in South Shields, she lives in Yorkshire and works in Salford.

Harriet Frew

Harriet Frew

Harriet Frew is a therapist based in Cambridge and London who specialises in eating disorders and body image issues. She offers one-to-one, group and family sessions. You can view her profile and make contact here

Greg Fricchione

Greg Fricchione

Greg Fricchione, MD is a neuropsychiatrist specialising in psychosomatic medicine. He is Associate Chief of Psychiatry and Director of the Division of Psychiatry and Medicine as well as the Pierce Division of Global Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). He is also the Director of the Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine at MGH. It is here that he has been focused on research into the health effects of stress and of resilience and the importance of this knowledge for both personal health and community wellbeing. Dr. Fricchione is also a Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School.

Marina Gask

Marina Gask

Marina Gask is a specialist journalist with a strong interest in well-being. She has been editor of Top Sante, More and Sugar, and visiting tutor at Goldsmiths and London Metropolitan universities.

Nanette Gibb

Nanette Gibb

Nanette Gibb is an experienced HR consultant who has worked at board level over a number of different industries.

Dale Gibson

Dale Gibson

Dale Gibson has many years of care work experience, both in his native Australia and here in the UK. He currently works as a learning support assistant at a school for children with multi-sensory impairment in London. 

Tina Gilbertson

Tina Gilbertson

Tina Gilbertson is a therapist who has written for Spirituality & Health, Gaiam Life and Family Circle; she's also a blogger for Psychology Today and a workshop leader. Her book Constructive Wallowing: How to Beat Bad Feelings by Letting Yourself Have Them is out now. www.TinaGilbertson.com

Naomi Gilchrist

Naomi Gilchrist

Naomi Gilchrist, 22, from Grimsby, is studying a Foundation Diploma in Art and Design at the Online College of Art and Design. She is the editor of Inside and Out of My Mind, a booklet featuring artwork, poetry and literature inspired by her own battle with anorexia and depression.

Emma Brooke Gilding

Emma Brooke Gilding

Emma Brooke is an integrative counsellor, ashtanga yogi, mindfulness and meditation junkie and student and teacher of A Course in Miracles. She works online and offline from her homebase in the beautiful countryside of North Wales to help her clients move from fear to love, accessing the deep-seated peacefulness of knowing they’re OK, exactly as they are right now, and can handle whatever life experiences come up along the way. You can view her profile and contact her here.

Debi Gliori

Debi Gliori

Debi Gliori is a prize-winning Scottish writer and illustrator of children's books including the Mister Bear books and What's the Time Mister Wolf? Night Shift, published by Hot Key Books, is an illustrated book about her long struggle with depression.
Jane Goldberg

Jane Goldberg

Jane Goldberg is a practicing psychoanalyst working in New York. She also owns a holistic wellness centre in NYC and is an established author.
Jonathan Goldsmith

Jonathan Goldsmith

Jonathan Goldsmith is a hypnotherapist, NLP practitioner and coach based in London. He also offers creative mentoring. You can view his profile and make contact here

Elisha Goldstein

Elisha Goldstein

Elisha Goldstein is a psychologist and author of Uncovering Happiness: Overcoming Depression through Mindfulness and Self-Compassion. www.elishagoldstein.com

David Goose

David Goose

David Goose is Managing Director at horticultural specialist Mantis

Caroline Goyder

Caroline Goyder

Caroline Goyder is a speaker, author and presentation coach, the founder of www.gravitasmethod.com, short audio MP3 downloads which provide access to gold-standard gravitas and influence training. Caroline also worked for many years as a voice coach at Central School of Speech and Drama; her new book Gravitas: Communicate with Confidence, Influence and Authority is published by Vermilion.

Gill Green

Gill Green

Dr Gill Green is CEO co-founder of STORM Skills Training CIC. @storm_cic

@HAYOKcampaign. www.stormskillstraining.com

Dennis Greenberger

Dennis Greenberger

Dennis Greenberger and Christine Padesky are clinical psychologists and authors based in California. 

Lucy Greeves

Lucy Greeves

Lucy Greeves is a writer and yoga teacher with a special interest in how yoga and meditation can help us find calmer and more creative ways to harness our mental energy. She leads retreats on behalf of the Arvon Foundation, as well as yoga classes and workshops in East London. http://www.yogaforbusyminds.com

Green Gym

Green Gym

Green Gyms are free outdoor sessions where you will be guided in practical activities such as planting trees, sowing meadows and establishing wildlife ponds.Unlike other conservation projects, the emphasis is very much on health and fitness - volunteers warm up and cool down in preparation for a range of light to vigorous activities to suit all abilities.

Thorbjorg Hafsteinsdottir

Thorbjorg Hafsteinsdottir

Thorbjörg Hafsteinsdóttir has 23 years' experience in nutrition therapy as a trained nurse and nutrition coach. She is an expert in lifestyle changes, specialising in anti-ageing, and lives in Denmark and Iceland.

Matt Haig

Matt Haig

Matt Haig is a journalist and novelist. He wrote Reasons to Stay Alive about his journey with depression and anxiety. 

Rin Hamburgh

Rin Hamburgh

Rin Hamburgh is a freelance journalist specialising in psychology and wellbeing. Read her blog at www.rin-hamburgh.co.uk.

Kerry Hannon

Kerry Hannon

Kerry Hannon is a columnist for The New York Times, a writer for Money magazine and contributing editor at Forbes magazine. She is the author of What's Next Finding Your Passion and Your Dream Job in Your Forties, Fifties and Beyond and Love Your Job: The New Rules for Career Happiness.

Rick Hanson

Rick Hanson

Dr Rick Hanson is an American neuropsychologist and best-selling author. His books include Hardwiring Happiness and Buddha's Brain. He is the founder of the Wellspring Institute for Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom and he has taught in meditation centres worldwide.

Kate Hardenberg

Kate Hardenberg

Kate Hardenberg is a therapist based in central Bath, who works with adults and teenagers
Leah Hardy

Leah Hardy

Leah Hardy is a health and beauty journalist and former editor of UK Cosmopolitan. She has written for most national newspapers including the Daily Mail, The Times and The Sunday Times.

Bridget Hargreave

Bridget Hargreave

Bridget Hargreave is the author of Fine not Fine, published by Free Association Books, in which she charts her own experience with postnatal depression. When she isn't writing and researching, Bridget Hargreave is a freelance communications consultant specialising in working with charities. She lives and works in southeast London with her husband and two sons.

Rebecca Harris

Rebecca Harris

Rebecca Harris is UKCP registered therapist who specialises in working with families and couples affected by their own or another's addiction. She is a Director of the London Family Therapy Partnership in Harley Street. 

Gill Hasson

Gill Hasson

Gill Hasson is a teacher, trainer and writer. She has 20 years experience in the area of personal development. She is the author of 'Mindfulness: Be Mindful. Live in the Moment' and 'How To Deal with Difficult People'.

Daska Hatton

Daska Hatton

Daska Hatton teaches The Alexander Technique and has written a book titled “How the Alexander Technique Saved My Life”. She is also a trained Cranio-Social Therapist.

Petra Hawker

Petra Hawker

Dr Petra Hawker is a counsellor who specialises in stress management and relationships, practising in Warwick and Harley Street. www.petrahawker.co.uk

Margaret Heffernan

Margaret Heffernan

Margaret Heffernan is an award-winning chief executive and author of Wilful Blindness and A Bigger Prize. 

Margot Henderson

Margot Henderson

Having opened the French House in London's Soho with husband Fergus Henderson, New Zealand native Margot Henderson is now joint head chef of East London's Rochelle Canteen. Her book, You're All Invited: Margot's Recipes for Entertaining, a warm, generous and free-spirited cook-book, was published in 2013 by Figtree.

Jess Henley

Jess Henley

Jess Henley is a beauty editor currently retraining as an integrative psychotherapist.

Jessica Hepburn

Jessica Hepburn

Jessica Hepburn is the Director of Fertility Fest 2016. For 10 years, until October 2015, she was executive director of the Lyric Theatre Hammersmith. During her tenure she also wrote the Amazon-bestselling book The Pursuit of Motherhood and has subsequently become a leading commentator and campaigner on fertility, infertility and IVF including acting as a trustee for the national charity Infertility Network UK and a columnist for the country’s leading fertility magazine Fertility Road.

Debbie Hicks

Debbie Hicks

Debbie Hicks is Director of Research at The Reading Agency

Sophia Hilsley

Sophia Hilsley

Sophia Hilsley is a psychodynamic psychotherapist based in London. She has particular experience working with bereavement, loss and relationship difficulties, as well as depression, loneliness and low self-esteem. You can view her profile and make contact here

Julia Hobsbawm

Julia Hobsbawm

Julia Hobsbawm is Hon Visiting Professor in Networking at Cass Business School and founder of knowledge networking business Editorial Intelligence.

Jackee Holder

Jackee Holder

Jackee Holder is the author of the Writing With Fabulous Tree Writing Map (2016) bringing together the restorative benefits of nature, eco psychology, eco geography and self-reflection through tree inspired journal and creative writing prompts. Jackee is a leadership coach and coach trainer who lives in the heart of what was once the great North Wood that covered most of South London. She is the author of three non-fiction titles and runs the popular online Paper Therapy Journal Writing course.
Ryan Holiday

Ryan Holiday

Ryan Holiday dropped out of university, became American Apparel's marketing director at age 24, and is the author of Growth Hacker Marketing and the NY Times bestseller Trust Me, I'm Lying. He attributes his success to the influence of the ancient philosophy of Stoicism.

Sandra Howard

Sandra Howard

Former fashion model and wife of the former leader of the Tory opposition, Sandra Howard, has written five best-selling novels. She is also a Trustee of the drug rehabilitation charity Addaction and Vice-President of Youth Epilepsy.

Cate Howell

Cate Howell

Dr Cate Howell is a medical practitioner, therapist, author and educator. She has authored two books including Release your worries: a guide to letting go of stress and anxiety www.drcatehowell.com.au

Natasha Hughes

Natasha Hughes

Natasha Hughes is a digital marketer by profession. She has a keen personal interest in nutrition, wellness and writing. She is currently exploring these interests and discovering new ones in the pursuit of a happy and fulfilled mind. @NatashaPlewka

Jeannette Hyde

Jeannette Hyde

As a leading Registered Nutritonal Therapist (BSc, mBANT, CNHC) Jeannete is a regular BBC commentator and works with individuals and groups to transform health through diet in the UK and on her Gut Retreats abroad. Her approach focusses on the gut to improve, weight, skin, mood, and boost wellbeing. Backed up by the latest in scientfc research, Jeannete is at the forefront of her feld in developing an accessible way to rebuild the microbiome, the bacteria living in the human gut - which is key to every single aspect of our health. She is currently collaboratng with the psychology department of St Mary’s University, Twickenham, London on research into the gut-brain connecton.

Michael Hyland

Michael Hyland

Michael E. Hyland is fellow of the British Psychological Society and a chartered health psychologist. He is Professor of Health Psychology at Plymouth University. He is the author of Stress: All That Matters, published by John Murray Learning.

Join In

Join In

Join In is a registered charity that helps UK grassroots sports clubs attract more supporters and volunteers from their local communities. They do this by matching people to fun, interesting and rewarding volunteering opportunities at clubs in their area.

Joan Inglis

Joan Inglis

Born in Liverpool in 1934, Joan went from acting in the British Repertory Theatre in the 1950s to the BBC in a secretarial and broadcasting capacity. In the early 1960s, a depressive mental illness lasted for three years. Later, Joan qualified as a psychiatric nurse and therapist.

Sam Jacob

Sam Jacob

Sam Jacob is a founder member of the London architecture practice FAT

Alexandra Jamieson

Alexandra Jamieson

Alexandra Jamieson is an author, functional nutrition and cleanse coach, professionally trained healthy gourmet chef, and “cravings whisperer”. Alex was the co-star and co-creator of the Oscar-nominated documentary Super Size Me and the The Great American Detox Diet. She has a new book called Women, Food & Desire.

Paulina Jawor

Paulina Jawor

Paulina Jawor was born in Poland not that long ago. About 10 years ago Paulina came to UK for summer holidays and stayed here ever since. She is currently studying towards her MA in Applied Imagination at Central St Martins, and is the founder of Anxieteehee Comedy Festival. 

Elizabeth Jeffries

Elizabeth Jeffries

Liz Jeffries is a counsellor trained in transational analysis based in Manchester. She has worked with clients with depression, anxiety, migraines and chronic pain, alongside many more.

Meg John

Meg John

Meg John Barker is a writer, therapist, and activist-academic at the Open University. Meg John has been studying relationships for over a decade and has published numerous academic books and papers on the subject, as well as writing their own relationship self-help books and blogs, and working as a sex and relationship therapist. Meg John also regularly speaks on these topics in the media, including a popular TED talk and being featured in the Independent on Sunday Rainbow List.

Clayton John

Clayton John

Clayton John Ainger

Sarah-Jane Johnson

Sarah-Jane Johnson

Sarah-Jane Johnson is a counsellor and psychotherapist based in Guildford, Haslemere and Farnham, offering therapy to adults, couples and young people.
Caroline Jones

Caroline Jones

Caroline Jones was born in Ethiopia and spent most of her childhood in East Africa. She read French and Spanish at Oxford University and went on to make documentaries for the BBC. Now aged 41, she is married with two children.

Caroline Jones

Caroline Jones

Caroline Jones was born in Ethiopia and spent most of her childhood in East Africa. She read French and Spanish at Oxford University and went on to make documentaries for the BBC. Now aged 41, she is happily married with two children.

Shann Jones

Shann Jones

Shann Jones is the author of the bestselling Secrets from Chuckling Goat and a pioneering expert on the gut-skin connection. Shann dedicates her time to creating health-enhancing soaps, creams and probiotic kefir drinks that resolve skin conditions including eczema, psoriasis, rosacea and acne. She lives on a goat farm in Wales with her husband and children. www.chucklinggoat.co.uk
Jocelyn K.Glei

Jocelyn K.Glei

Jocelyn K.Glei is an author and founding editor of website 9UU.com. She runs the 9UU Conference which attracts 1,000 creatives from across the world every year
Brett Kahr

Brett Kahr

Professor Brett Kahr is Senior Clinical Research Fellow in Psychotherapy and Mental Health ant the Centre for Child Mental Health in London. He is also a Visiting Clinician and Visiting Lecturer at Tavistock Relationships, and runs the psychotherapy services at The School of Life.

Hannah Kara

Hannah Kara

Hannah Kara is a Religious Studies student who hopes to become a teacher. @hkara123

Anne Karpf

Anne Karpf

Anne Karpf is an academic and journalist. She is currently Reader in Professional Writing and Cultural Inquiry at London Metropolitan University.

 Karunavira

Karunavira

Karunavira studied Mindfulness Based Approaches and now teaches on the Masters course at Bangor University (School of Psychology) and trains mindfulness teachers for the local NHS trust.

He has a Fd Sc in Person Centred Counselling and works part-time within the NHS with parents of children who have newly diagnosed complex needs.

Rachel Kelly

Rachel Kelly

Rachel Kelly is a former journalist whose book 'Black Rainbow', on how poetry helped her overcome depression, is published by Hodder & Stoughton. The Black Rainbow app is available on the Apple App Store for £1.49. All author proceeds are going to SANE and United Response. @rache_Kelly www.black-rainbow.co.uk

Anna Kessel

Anna Kessel

Anna Kessel is a sports writer for the Guardian and the Observer. She is also the co-founder and chair of Women in Football. @anna_kessel

Sharon Kirby

Sharon Kirby

Sharon Kirby is an integrative psychotherapist based in London and Windsor
Gerad Kite

Gerad Kite

Gerad Kite is an Acupuncture Master (AcM) with more than 25 years of clinical experience and a recognised leader in the field of infertility. In 1993 he started the first NHS acupuncture service at Kings College Hospital. At the Kite Clinic, he leads a large team of practitioners performing over 10,000 treatments a year.  He is a senior teacher of Worsley Five-Element acupuncture and trains apprentices at his residential training centre in the South of France.

Agne Kiznyte

Agne Kiznyte

Agne Kiznyte is a counsellor on the welldoing.org directory
Gemma Krier-Mead

Gemma Krier-Mead

Gemma Krier-Mead is a cognitive behaviour therapist based in Kingston, London. She also works with Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy. You can view her profile and make contact here 

Roman Krznaric

Roman Krznaric

Roman Krznaric is a founding faculty member of The School of Life. His new book is Empathy: A Handbook for Revolution (Rider Books) www.romankrznaric.com

Eva Kurz

Eva Kurz

Eva Kurz is a psychodynamic and integrative psychotherapist based in London. You can view her welldoing profile and make contact here

Persia Lawson

Persia Lawson

Persia and Joey met while studying acting at Drama Centre London. Having been caught in a cycle of self-destructive behaviour and come out the other side, in 2012 they set up Addictive Daughter – an alternative, positive online space offering honest life advice. Through their humorous, practical and relatable approach, they’re determined to remove the stigma of self-help and spirituality and make it accessible to their generation.

Tim Leberecht

Tim Leberecht

Tim Leberecht is author of 'The Business Romantic' and chief marketing officer at a global design and architecture firm. He is the founder of Design Mind magazine.

Tara Lee

Tara Lee

Tara Lee has been practicing yoga for over 20 years and has been teaching for 12 years. Tara currently teaches 'Pregnancy Yoga', 'Mother and Baby Yoga' and 'Vinyasa Flow Yoga' at The Life Centre, Notting Hill Gate in London.

Elaine Leonard

Elaine Leonard

Elaine Leonard is the clinical lead at a counselling & family centre charity in Trafford.

Catherine Lepage

Catherine Lepage

Catherine Lepage was born in Quebec City in 1973. She studied Graphic Design at cegep de Sainte-Foy and then illustration at École supérieure des arts décoratifs in Strasbourg, France. She worked for several years as an art director for advertising agencies, both in Quebec City and Montreal where she lives now.  Co-founder of the creative design studio Ping Pong Ping, she now spends her time creating images for others, and sometimes for herself. 


Claudine Levy

Claudine Levy

Claudine Levy works in digital marketing and communications at the Institute of Art and Ideas, and is food editor at About Time Magazine. She was previously editorial assistant at welldoing.org @claudine_levy

The Life

The Life

The Life Delight is a health and well being company run by health expert Claire Rother, dedicated to helping others live a happier, healthier and more radiant life. They offer a range of services including gluten-free/sugar-free/dairy-free workshops, wellbeing retreats and corporate wellbeing days. The Life Delight is also an online resource filled with recipes together with delightful nuggets of knowledge.

Heidi Livermore

Heidi Livermore

Heidi Livermore is a person-centred counsellor who works with a strong focus on the collaborative nature of the client-therapist relationship. She is based in Chelmsford. You can view her profile and make contact here 

Coach Lyds

Coach Lyds

Coach Lyds offers exclusive bespoke life coaching sessions for select clients. Visit coachlyds.com or @CoachLyds on Twitter.

Rowanne Mackie

Rowanne Mackie

Rowanne Mackie is a therapist on the welldoing.org directory who offers Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT), clinical and cognitive behavioural hypnotherapy, coaching and 1-1 mindfulness.
Peter MacRae

Peter MacRae

Peter MacRae is a consultant psychiatrist working for the NHS in London. He has special interests in the arts and technology and is co-founder of ArtsWellbeing.Community.

Joanne Mallon

Joanne Mallon

Life coach and journalist, Joanne Mallon is the author of Toddlers – An Instruction Manual and How to Overcome Fear of Driving. She's also the founder of MediawomenUK, the first online networking group for women in media and KidsBlogClub.com, for children who blog.

Sandi Mann

Sandi Mann

Dr Sandi Mann is a Senior Psychology Lecturer at the University of Central Lancashire. She is an experienced workplace consultant, has her own private clinic and is the author of several psychology books. She blogs for the Huffington Post and is a columnist for Counselling at Work Journal

Lucy Marcovitch

Lucy Marcovitch

Lucy Marcovitch is an education consultant and writer. She has written for print publications and for a range of blogs and websites. She has also published two picture books for young children and a guide to reading in the early years for parents. Her blog about writing and literature for children and young adults is www.lucymarcovitch.wordpress.com.

Helen Mayor

Helen Mayor

Helen Mayor is a psychotherapist on the welldoing.org directory. She works from Central and North West London
Helen McCarthy

Helen McCarthy

Helen McCarthy is a BPS registered counsellor who works in Bristol and London. She specialises in working with people with eating disorders and problems relating to food and body image. She developed 'Positively Hungry', a system to aid with weight loss which involves lifestyle changes, not dieting. She is also an accredited EMDR practitioner.  

Jane McCartney

Jane McCartney

Dr Jane McCartney is a registered psychologist and therapist specialising in overeating issues. She works in the NHS as well as in private practice. She is regularly featured in the press and on TV

Jane McGregor

Jane McGregor

Dr. Jane McGregor is a lecturer in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Science at Nottingham University. Her research and teaching area is addiction treatment and policy. With Tim McGregor she is the author of The Empathy Trap.

Sarah McGuinness

Sarah McGuinness

Sarah McGuinness is an integrative, humanistic therapist who works in London. She has previously worked for the Samaritans and Mind. She runs a group for people dealing with chronic illness at the Central Middlesex Hospital. 

Alice McGurran

Alice McGurran

Alice McGurran is content manager at welldoing.org. She can be found music writing for Gigwise and tweeting at @AliceMcGurran.

mary mcilroy

mary mcilroy

Mary McIlroy is a therapist on the welldoing.org directory
Evija Melberga

Evija Melberga

Evija Melberga is a psychosynthesis therapist who works in London. She has experience working and living within a variety of cultures and is interested in the impact of our environment on our mental and emotional wellbeing. 

Joshua Miles

Joshua Miles

Joshua Miles is an integrative psychotherapist and bereavement counsellor based in London. You can view his welldoing profile and contact him here.

Bea Mitchell

Bea Mitchell

Bea Mitchell is a freelance writer and sub-editor. She has OCD and wants to write about OCD to help people understand the disease better and stop diminishing it.

Saff Mitten

Saff Mitten

Saff Mitten is an integrative counsellor. As an integrative counsellor her approach includes many therapeutic techniques and can tailor to the client's specific needs. She has experience working with a range of issues, including anxiety, depression, self-esteem and problems at work. 

David Monks

David Monks

David Monks is an integrative counsellor based in Bedford. He also works with energy psychology.
Vicky Mould

Vicky Mould

Vicky Mould is a person-centred counsellor based in Hampshire. She is experienced in working with bereavement, becoming or being disabled, chronic illness and life-limiting illness, depression, anxiety, abuse, relationship issues and self-esteem issues.
Christina Moutsou

Christina Moutsou

Christina Moutsou is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist. She is interested in existential philosophy and phenomenology. 

Laura Mulligan

Laura Mulligan

Laura Mulligan is mother to two girls, Niamh and Annie. 

Kym Nelson

Kym Nelson

Kym Nelson is a writer based in Antwerp, Belgium. She also teaches yoga, and along with Julia Green (a former prison officer), are devising workshops, which merge writing and yoga together. The concept is that through yoga you find your breath, and through writing you give your breath voice. They will also be launching lunch-time mindful sessions for office workers. For more information: kymnelsonportfolio.wix.com/homepage /

Angela Neustatter

Angela Neustatter

Angela Neustatter is a journalist and author. She has written for newspapers, including The Guardian and Independent, on a number of topics, and her latest book is The Year I Turn ... A Quirky A-Z of Ageing.

Linda Newbold

Linda Newbold

A very experienced integrative therapist offering calm and confidential help to resolve a wide variety of problems, including trauma and abuse. I include many creative and cutting edge approaches within a relational base to achieve this. I'm delighted that appreciative feedback from clients has confirmed that a great deal of success and welcome change has taken place for them.

Camilla Nicholls

Camilla Nicholls

Camilla Nicholls is a BACP registered psychodynamic psychotherapist based in London. She has experience working with issues such as anxiety, depression, stress and trauma and offers both long and short-term therapy. 

Amanda Nicol

Amanda Nicol

Mental health refusenik and cancer thriver, passionate about kinder, saner, holistic and sustainable ways forward, personally, societally and environmentally. For more information, please visit www.AmandaNicol.co.uk or follow Amanda @amandanicol11


Henrietta Norton

Henrietta Norton

Henrietta Norton is a BANT-registered nutritional therapist. Head of Nutrition at Grace Belgravia, she is also founder of food-state brand Wild Nutrition. www.wildnutrition.com, www.henriettanorton.com

Fergus O'Connell

Fergus O'Connell

Fergus O'Connell is a leading authority on project management. He runs influential company ETP and invented project management method Structured Project Management. He is the author of Stuff I Wish I'd Known When I Started Working, recently published by Capstone.

Seamus O'Mahony

Seamus O'Mahony

Seamus O'Mahony is a consultant gastroenterologist at Cork University Hospital. He is associate editor for Medical Humanities of the Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, and is a regular contributor to the Dublin Review of Books.

Suzanne O'Sullivan

Suzanne O'Sullivan

Dr Suzanne O'Sullivan is a consultant neurologist and author of 'It's All in Your Head: True Stories of Imaginary Illness', which has been shortlisted for the Wellcome Book Prize 2016. 

Claire Odeon-Hershman

Claire Odeon-Hershman

Claire Odeon-Hershman is a psychotherapist and counsellor with a particular interest in the creative fields
Action on

Action on

Action on Hearing Loss (formerly RNID) is the national charity helping people confronting deafness, tinnitus and hearing loss to live the life they choose.  Action on Hearing Loss enables them to take control of their lives and remove the barriers in their way, giving people support and care, developing technology and treatments, and campaigning for equality.

Maya Oppenheim

Maya Oppenheim

Maya Oppenheim is a freelance journalist who is currently doing a masters in journalism at Goldsmiths, University of London. @MayaOppenheim

Susie Orbach

Susie Orbach

Susie Orbach is a psychotherapist and author. She is best known for writing Food is a Feminist Issue, and her most recent book is In Therapy, based on her BBC Radio 4 series, dramatising the process of therapy. A new series starts in November 2016.
Judith Orloff

Judith Orloff

Judith Orloff MD is a psychiatrist, intuitive healer, and author. Her latest book is The Ecstasy of Surrender: 12 Surprising Ways Letting Go Can Empower Your Life.

www.drjudithorloff.com.

Jacqueline Palmer

Jacqueline Palmer

Jacqueline Palmer is a UKCP registered counsellor who works with clients with a range of difficulties, including issues around intimacy and sexuality, depression, managing the menopause and coping with major life changes. She has a background in film and photography and runs workshops which explore the experience of being seen by others.

Mariana Panayides

Mariana Panayides

Mariana Panayides is a counsellor and psychotherapist on the welldoing.org directory.
Michael Parker

Michael Parker

Michael Parker is the founder of PitchCoach.co.uk and author of 'It's Not What You Say, It's The Way You Say It' (Vermilion)

Stuart Passmore

Stuart Passmore

Stuart Passmore is a psychologist who specialises in parenting children with behavioural disorders and non-compliant behaviour. 

Jean Paul

Jean Paul

John-Paul Flintoff is an author, broadcaster and journalist based in London. He is also a member of the faculty of The School of Life.

Maddy Paxman

Maddy Paxman

Maddy Paxman currently teaches the Alexander Technique and has previously worked as a women's health counsellor. The Great Below is her first book and is the memoir of the untimely death of her husband Michael Donaghy. She is currently working on another memoir about the effects of her grandfather's experiences during WWI on the relationships within her family and how these issues are mirrored in society as a whole.

Mark Pearce

Mark Pearce

Mark Pearce is a therapist on the welldoing.org directory
Patricia Pearson

Patricia Pearson

Patricia Pearson is a journalist, TED speaker, novelist and humourist whose work has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times, Huffington Post, and Business Week. She is based in Toronto.

Philippa Perry

Philippa Perry

Philippa Perry is a psychotherapist (non-practising) and a writer. Her book Couch Fiction is a graphic novel that aims to demystify psychotherapy and her second book, How To Stay Sane, is part of a School of Life Series. She is Red Magazine's Agony Aunt.

Judy Piatkus

Judy Piatkus

Judy Piatkus founded Piatkus Books from the bedroom of her home when she was a single parent, and it became known for its pioneering publishing in the area of personal development. In 2007 Judy sold the company to Little Brown which continues to publish books under the Piatkus imprint. Along the way Judy qualified as a psychodynamic psychotherapist and practised in the NHS. She now has a portfolio career working with startups as well as organising events for ConsciousCafe.
Karen Pine

Karen Pine

Karen J Pine PhD is currently Professor of Developmental Psychology at the University of Hertfordshire in the UK. As co-founder of the Do Something Different approach to behavioural change Karen has published a number of popular books, including The No Diet Diet, Love Not Smoking, Sheconomics, and Flex: Do Something Different. Her latest book on the psychology of fashion is called Mind What You Wear and is published by Amazon. Karen's own website is http://www.karenpine.com

Susan Pinker

Susan Pinker

Susan Pinker is a Canadian psychologist, journalist and broadcaster. She is the author of The Village Effect.

Tamar Posner

Dr Tamar Posner

Tamar Posner is a counsellor who specialises in working with older people, individually and in groups. She is the founder of Silver Circle, a therapeutic support network for older people who may be struggling with changes later in life or feeling socially isolated.

Susan Quilliam

Susan Quilliam

Susan Quilliam is a relationship coach who offers specialist coaching to individuals and couples who are looking to have the best relationship they can have. She has authored many books, including a rewriting of the classic manual 'The Joy of Sex'. She works in Cambridge and London. 

Owen Redahan

Owen Redahan

Owen Redahan is a BACP accredited therapist and also a member of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Addiction. He specialises in helping those who are addicted to sex, who struggle with their sexuality or have low self-esteem issues. He works in East London. You can view his profile and make contact here

HEATHER REDINGTON

HEATHER REDINGTON

Heather Redington is a UKCP registered therapist who has a special interest in helping people build satisfying, authentic relationships with others. She has 20 years experience working as a family therapist in the NHS and in her private practice. She works in Swindon. 

Lyn Reed

Lyn Reed

Lyn Reed is an integrative counsellor on welldoing, you can view her profile and make contact here

Tavistock Relationships

Tavistock Relationships

Tavistock  Relationships is a London-based organisation that provides relationship counselling and couple psychotherapy. Visit them here

Dennis Relojo

Dennis Relojo

Dennis is the founder of Psychreg, an online resource in psychology and allied fields. Before he moved to the UK, Dennis was a psychology lecturer in the Philippines. He earned his MSc Research Methods in Psychology from the University of Hertfordshire. At present, he is a Learning Support Coach at South Essex College. He contributes psychology articles for tutor2u. @DennisRelojo
Alex Renton

Alex Renton

Alex Renton is a journalist who has written about a wide range of subjects. A former boarder at Ashdown House, Eton and Brighton College, he is the author of Stiff Upper Lip: Secrets, Crimes and the Schooling of a Ruling Class. He lives in Edinburgh.
Dr Richard

Dr Richard

Dr Richard Chambers is a clinical psychologist in private practice and an internationally recognized expert in mindfulness. He consults to a growing number of educational institutions, businesses and organizations, is a developer of the Smiling Mind app, and co-author of Mindful Learning. 

Margie Ulbrick is a collaborative family lawyer, relationship counsellor, psychotherapist and writer, who makes extensive use of mindfulness skills in her work with couples, individuals and families.

Dr Richard

Dr Richard

Dr Richard Wood is co-founder and chairman of Bioepic Ltd., the world’s first company to combine food and drink supplements with health tracker apps. He has spent his career in the pharmaceutical industry, with the last 10 years focused in the field of phytochemical research, particularly the vascular benefits of the flavanols found in over 500 plant foods. Richard was recently a member of European Health Claims working group BACCHUS, which has laid the detailed guidelines for securing EU food-related health claims.

Frederika Roberts

Frederika Roberts

Frederika is a professional speaker, certified Laughter Yoga Leader and Co-Founder of the ‘RWS | Resilience Wellbeing Success’ programme. She helps individuals and organisations by changing and challenging thinking and behaviour with simple, easy-to-implement happiness and resilience techniques. Frederika has been interviewed as an expert on ITV Calendar News, BBC Breakfast and BBC and other radio stations all over the UK, and featured and quoted in various publications. Frederika is also a guest blogger for Huffington Post UK and author of the book ‘Recipe for Happiness: 9 Essential Ingredients for a Happy Life’.

Donald Robertson

Donald Robertson

Donald Robertson is a cognitive-behavioural psychotherapist and author. He blogs at: philosophy-of-cbt.com.

Lynne Robinson

Lynne Robinson

Lynne Robinson is the founder of Body Control Pilates (www.bodycontrolpilates.com) and author of The Body Control Pilates Back book

Tim Robson

Tim Robson

Tim Robson is the author of Showing Up: How to Make a Greater Impact at Work and is the founder of NowShowUp.com, a website for new workplace thinking.

Markie Robson-Scott

Markie Robson-Scott

Markie Robson-Scott is a freelance writer who has written about health and other issues for many newspapers and magazines including the Guardian, the Independent, Vogue and Harpers Bazaar. In between taking her dog for walks in north London she also writes fiction.

Jez Rose

Jez Rose

Jez Rose is an internationally renowned behaviourist, professional speaker and author. Over the past 12 years he has presented and delivered development programmes in more than 14 countries, 158 cities and to more than 100,000 people. His latest book is called Flip the Switch.
Gretchen Rubin

Gretchen Rubin

Gretchen Rubin is author of Happier at Home, The Happiness Project and Better Than Before. On her website gretchenrubin.com she writes about her adventures as she test-drives ideas from contemporary science and ancient wisdom about building good habits and a happier life. 

Sophie Sabbage

Sophie Sabbage

Sophie is a writer, speaker and facilitator who has worked in the field of human development, mindset transformation and corporate culture since 1994. Since being diagnosed with late-stage lung cancer in October 2014, Sophie has drawn on her wisdom, courage and tenacity to create her life anew. In addition to running her own business - Interaction (www.interaction.com) and Sophie Sabbage Ltd (www.sophiesabbage.com) - Sophie had been a senior trainer with the educational charity More To Life (www.moretolife.org.uk) since 2001.
Barbara Sahakian

Barbara Sahakian

Barbara Sahakian is Professor of Clinical Neuropsychology at the Department of Psychiatry, University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine, and Honorary Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.She is co-inventor of the CANTAB computerised neuropsychological tests. Professor Sahakian is probably best known for her research work on cognition and depression, cognitive enhancement using pharmacological treatments, neuroethics and early detection of Alzheimer's disease.

 Samaritans

Samaritans

Samaritans is a voluntary organisation that listens to appeals for help 24 hours a day. You can phone them on 116 123  (free within the UK), email jo@samaritans.org

Joy Schaverien

Joy Schaverien

Professor Joy Schaverien works as a Jungian analyst, psychotherapist and art psychotherapist in private practice.   She supervises experienced practitioners and trainees.  She also lectures at home and internationally on varied topics. Her research interests are reflected in her books and published articles.

She is the author of Boarding School Syndrome: The Psychological Trauma of the 'Privileged' Child

Anthony Seldon

Anthony Seldon

Anthony Seldon is one of Britain's most prominent headteachers and is the acclaimed biographer of several recent prime ministers. In education he is most associated with his views on creative learning, holistic education and the teaching of happiness. He is the present headmaster of Wellington College. 

John Servante

John Servante

John is currently studying part-time at the University of Warwick for a Master's Degree in Writing. John hopes to put this to good use and, with his theatre company Unhinged Creations, he hopes to produce entertaining and educational responses to mental illness.

Tim Shakespeare

Tim Shakespeare

Tim Shakespeare has a PhD from the Dementia Research Centre, UCL Institute of Neurology. Tim’s work involves using brain imaging and neuropsychological testing to improve our understanding of young onset dementia. Tim is the creator and lead educator of The Many Faces of Dementia and is the recent winner of the Alzheimer’s Society’s 2016 ‘Rising Star in Dementia Research’ Award.

 

Lucy Sheridan

Lucy Sheridan

Life coaches Lucy Sheridan and Jo Westwood have authored #HigherSelfie, a guide for those interested in developping spritually in the digital age

Karin Sieger

Karin Sieger

Karin Sieger is an integrative psychotherapist on the welldoing directory. She specialises in anxiety, bereavement, loss and relational issueshere

Chris Skellett

Chris Skellett

Chris Skellett is a clinical psychologist and workshop presenter from New Zealand. Originally from the UK, he is the author of two acclaimed self-help books: When Happiness is Not Enough- Balancing Pleasure and Achievement in Your Life, and The Power of the Second Question-Finding Simple Truths for Complex Lives, published by Exisle Publishing

Martina Slajerova

Martina Slajerova

Martina Slajerova

Eytan Smith

Eytan Smith

Midfielder Eytan Smith plays for University of Warwick Men's Lacrosse Club. A lover of health and sport, Eytan hopes to pursue a career in advertising.

Debbie Smith

Debbie Smith

Debbie Smith is a qualified personal brand specialist who coaches and trains individuals, business owners and organisations on issues including personal brand impact, emotional intelligence and career strategy. She also helps individuals and groups assess, understand and improve their own personal impact.

Sophie Smith

Sophie Smith

Sophie Smith is a journalist and wedding planner.

Terry Snow

Terry Snow

Terry Snow is a New Zealander who has been a journalist for more than 40 years. He was a founding music critic of Classical Music Weekly, in London, and he plays the piano and writes music for pleasure.

Inspiration Space

Inspiration Space

www.inspirationspace.co.uk is co-founded by three mothers, transformational breath facilitators Aimee Hartley and Rebecca Dennis and professional yoga teacher Jess Horn. They have over 30 years combined experience with yoga and breathwork. Launched in 2015, they run conscious breath and yoga retreats in the UK and workshops and events throughout the UK. Inspiration Space has recently been voted as one of the 'Most Relaxing Retreats' in the world by Tatler Magazine.

Margaret Stead

Margaret Stead

Margaret Stead is publishing director at Atlantic Books. Originally trained as a lawyer in Auckland, New Zealand, she now lives in London. 

Susie Steiner

Susie Steiner

Susie Steiner is a novelist whose first book Homecoming is being published in paperback this spring. She is a former journalist at The Guardian. www.susiesteiner.co.uk @SusieSteiner1

Tara Stiles

Tara Stiles

Tara Stiles  is the founder and owner of Strala, the movement-based system that ignites freedom. She is a leading figure in the yoga movement and admired internationally for her work. Tara is the designer and face of  Reebok's first yoga lifestyle range and is the author of four top selling books, including Make Your Own Rules Dietwww.tarastiles.com

Ingrid Stone

Ingrid Stone

Ingrid Stone is a writer and perhaps best known for being The Queen Of Complaints. Having worked in television for nine years, she has written a novel A Knife And A Fork and a children's book The Underground Mouse - in addition to Letters Of A Dissatisfied Woman, which is based on her popular blog

Owen Stone

Owen Stone

New Zealand based writer and musician.

Anna Storey

Anna Storey

Anna Storey is a therapist who has many years experience working with anxiety, depression and stress. She also offers anger management, weight management counselling, bereavement counselling and hypnotherapy. 

Killian Strong

Killian Strong

Killian Strong is an integrative psychotherapist based in London. You can view his welldoing profile and contact him here

David Stuart

David Stuart

David is the curator of the Dean Street Wellbeing programme, a series of community engagement events that resource art and theatre, designed to mobilise and engage populations in action and dialogue on topical and challenging social issues that impact sexual health and wellbeing.



Paulina Sygulska

Paulina Sygulska

Paulina Sygulska Tenner is an entrepreneur (check Granttree.co.uk), event promoter, performing artist and philanthropist. Depending on the time of the day, you can find her in Treehouse (GrantTree's Farringdon office), speaking at various events or even performing on a cabaret stage! 

Caroline Sylger

Caroline Sylger

Caroline Sylger-Jones is an author, journalist and founder of www.queenofretreats.com

Mona Tabbara

Mona Tabbara

Mona Tabbara is a freelance writer and has contributed to publications including The Times and Dazed & Confused. Follow her on Twitter at @Mona_Tabbara

Ken Tait

Ken Tait

Ken Tait is a psychotherapist, hypnotherapist and coach working in London. He utilises Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) and Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT)

Chris. Taylor

Chris. Taylor

Chris Taylor is a BACP registered therapist working in Cheshire.

Dr Kathleen Taylor

Dr Kathleen Taylor

Dr Kathleen Taylor studied physiology and philosophy at the University of Oxford. She did a research MSc at Stirling University, before returning to Oxford for a DPhil in visual neuroscience. She has written books on consciousness and cruelty and her latest book, The Fragile Brain, was published in November 2016 by Oxford University Press.
Jen Taylor

Jen Taylor

Jen Taylor is an integrative counsellor based in Macclesfield, Cheshire. She offers face-to-face, telephone and online counselling by video call, email or instant message. You can view her profile and make contact here 

Jo Thompson

Jo Thompson

Jo Thompson, 23, from Solihull, is a mum to two children and is studying midwifery at the University of Worcester.

Hannah Jane Thompson

Hannah Jane Thompson

Hannah Jane Thompson is a journalist and post-relationship mindset coach at Your Sunshine Life, with a mission is to help women feeling lost after a breakup go from heartbroken to happy in a matter of weeks, by focusing on healthy habit creation, radical self-care, and the tools to design a life you love. Find her on Twitter at @HannahsRhapsody or at @yrsunshinelife, on Instagram at @yoursunshinelife, and on Facebook at facebook.com/groups/yoursunshinelife.
Nix Ticehurst

Nix Ticehurst

Nix Ticehurst is the founder of Nixercise which offers outdoors fitness training supported by fad-free nutrition for people all abilities across Oxfordshire and Berkshire. Her new indoors classes, called 20:25, combine natural cardio and flexibility movements. www.nixercise.co.uk @nixPT

Carly Tierney

Carly Tierney

Carly Tierney is a qualified DW Fitness Clubs personal trainer, nutritionist, published fitness author, ambassador for South Yorkshire Eating Disorders Association and award-winning Bikini Fitness contestant. 

Grace Timothy

Grace Timothy

Grace is a freelance writer specialising in beauty, previously published in Vogue, Glamour, Red and Stylist. Since having her daughter in 2012, she has also run MothersCollective.com, offering support and relaxation for expectant and new mums in Sussex.

Yes to

Yes to

Yes to Life provides support, information and financial assistance to those with cancer seeking to pursue approaches that are currently unavailable on the NHS. Yes to Life runs a series of educational seminars and workshops which are aimed at the general public who want to know more and practitioners working with people who have cancer.

Hayley van

Hayley van

Hayley Van Zwanenberg is a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist and Medical Director of the Priory Woodbourne Hospital. 

Jacqueline van Roosmalen

Jacqueline van Roosmalen

Jacqueline van Roosmalen is a child and adolescent psychotherapist who has experience working with young people who are depressed, who self-harm, who have difficulties within their relationships or in school, and those who have experienced trauma. She has a particular interest in the mind-body connection and integrates mindfulness meditation into her work. 

Wendy Varley

Wendy Varley

Wendy was a journalist on Just Seventeen in London in the 1980s, and went on to write for numerous women's and parenting titles. Since moving to the south coast she divides her time between freelance writing and editing, working for her family's website-development business, and volunteering as a trustee for Isle of Wight charity Independent Arts. @wendyvarley wendyvarley.wordpress.com

Becky Varley-Winter

Becky Varley-Winter

Becky Varley-Winter is an English Literature academic currently based in Cambridge. She is also a poet, writer and music critic.

Monika Vecerskyte

Monika Vecerskyte

Monika is a portrait photographer, who developed a photo therapy concept to help people connect to their inner self. She works with anyone who wishes to have a non-traditional photo shoot experience and have images that represent their true being. Monika also works with women's circles and aims to empower women through photography. She is based in London but happy to travel. 


Landria Voigt

Landria Voigt

Landria Voigt is a nutritional consultant and public speaker at the Atlanta Center for Holistic and Integrative Medicine. On her blog, stiritup.me,  she shares healthy recipes and ideas about nutrition. 

James Wallman

James Wallman

James Wallman is a trend forecaster and the author of Stuffocation: Living More with Less

Helen Walmsley-Johnson

Helen Walmsley-Johnson

Helen Walmsley-Johnson, writing as The Invisible Woman, is writer and author of the popular online fashion column The Vintage Years for the Guardian. She also writes on matters concerning older women and has spoken out against ageism on Woman's Hour and BBC radio. The Invisible Woman: Taking on the Vintage Years is Helen’s first book. @TheVintageYear

Claire Walsh

Claire Walsh

Claire Walsh is a cognitive analytic therapist on the welldoing.org directory
Edyta Wanic

Edyta Wanic

Edyta Wanic is a post-graduate journalism at the University of Warwick. She writes for the student paper The Boar.

Deborah Ward

Deborah Ward

Deborah Ward is a writer and editor with a passion for personal growth and psychology
Tiffany Watt-Smith

Tiffany Watt-Smith

Tiffany Watt-Smith is research fellow at the QMUL Centre for the History of the Emotions, and was also a 2014 BBC New Generation Thinker. Before beginning her career in research, she worked as a theatre director for seven years, including as Associate Director at the Arcola Theatre and International Associate Director at the Royal Court. She lives in London.

Meggan Watterson

Meggan Watterson

Meggan Watterson is an author, international speaker and 'spiritual misfit'. She is the founder of REVEAL, a organisation which empowers women to find love within themselves. 

Charlotte Watts

Charlotte Watts

Charlotte Watts is a high-profile practising nutritional therapist who tutors and lectures on the subject. She appears regularly on TV and has written several books. She is also an experienced yoga teacher. www.charlottewattshealth.com

Libby Weaver

Libby Weaver

Dr Libby Weaver is an internationally acclaimed nutritional biochemist, author and speaker. She holds a Bachelor of Health Science majoring in Nutrition and Dietetics and a PhD in Biochemistry, and has 17 years in clinical practice. With a natural ability to break down even the most complex of concepts into layman's terms, Dr Libby empowers and inspires people to take charge of their health and happiness.  www.drlibby.com

Mike Weeks

Mike Weeks

Mike Weeks is the author of Un-train your brain. He is trained in hypnosis and NLP. He currently lives in LA where he is developing PTSD and leadership training methods.


Jamie Welldoing

Jamie Welldoing

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Patch Welling

Patch Welling

Patch Welling combines Eastern traditional holistic approaches with Western practices in her work as an integrative counsellor. You can view her welldoing profile and make contact here

suz west

suz west

Suz West is a Birmingham-based person-centred therapist with a special interest in gender identity, bereavement and sexuality.

Zoe Williams

Zoe Williams

Zoe Williams is a columnist and journalist with The Guardian newspaper. @zoesqwilliams

Anne Wilson

Anne Wilson

Dr. Anne Wilson is an independent careers counsellor based in London. A former freelance journalist, she is also an award-winning writer and communications consultant.

http://www.graduatejobmentor.co.uk

Laura Wilson

Laura Wilson

Laura Wilson is an experienced health coach and competitive athlete. She is a trained nutritionist and has researched nutrition and health for over 15 years. She is the author of the Alkaline 5 Diet. www.alkaline-diet-health-tips.com

Adrian Wilson-Smith

Adrian Wilson-Smith

Adrian Wilson-Smith is a therapist on the welldoing.org directory
Eileen Wise

Eileen Wise

Eileen Wise is an integrative counsellor who alongside her private practice works as a volunteer counsellor for mental health charity Mind. She is also qualified in play therapy and equine-assisted therapy. 

Chris Wood

Chris Wood

Chris Wood is an executive coach and partner at London-based coaching organisation Kelling Wood Associates. 

http://kellingwood.co.uk  @kelling_wood

Simon WOODWARD

Simon WOODWARD

Simon Woodward is an art psychotherapist who offers both indoor and outdoor sessions. He is based in London.
Gilead Yeffett

Gilead Yeffett

Gilead Yeffett is an individual and couples relational therapist. He specialises in helping people with relationship difficulties, anxiety, anger and depression. He works in London. 

Noonie Zand

Noonie Zand

Noonie Zand Goodarzi is a nutritional therapist, practising in both Wiltshire and London. She writes about nutrition and health, as well as giving talks on nutrition and helping to run a yoga and raw food retreat. www.eatupyourgreens.org