Since 2017, I Peer-Review articles submitted to professional and academic journals such as Counselling and Psychotherapy Research and the British Journal of Pain.  I am unable to detail here which published articles I have peer-reviewed as this is an anonymous process to ensure rigour and the publication of well conducted and clearly written up research.  In 2020, I began to edit articles before submission to professional journals and subsequent successful publication.

Below, you will find a selection of my own publications.


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If you would like to discuss editing of your own work, prior to submission for consideration of publication.

  • Essentials Magazine, 2020

    a selection of articles for this free local publication including the following areas: happiness and positive psychology, thoughts and thought patterns, health anxiety and the teenage brain.  Using a question and answer format to provide evidence-based information and management.

  • Professional opinion requested by Therapy Today Journal, July 2019 (vol 30 issue 6 p. 40-41)

    for the Talking Point section looking at meeting people who talk about their mental health difficulties when you are attending a social event such as a wedding.

  • Essentials Magazine, 2019

    a selection of articles for this free local publication including the following topics of: depression, anxiety, pet bereavement and panic.  Using a question and answer format to address signs and symptoms and their management. 

  • Article for the British Heart Foundation magazine, July 2018

    on anger and coping with this following a cardiac diagnosis.

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  • Article to Therapy Today Journal, July 2017 (vol 28 issue 6 p.44)

    on dog agility and training as part of my own self-care.

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  • Professional Opinion requested by Therapy Today journal, July 2016 (vol 27 issue 6 p. 4)

    on the findings of a piece of research looking at the incidence and prevalence of chronic pain in the UK.

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  • Journal article to Therapy Today, June 2016 (vol 27 issue 5)"Chronic pain and the self".

    Discussing how chronic pain affects our self-concept (how we view ourselves) and proposing a model of change which suggests self- acceptance (to a with-pain-self concept) helps us to live more easily and fully with our chronic pain, rather than despite it. Discusses my pain experiences, and what I have observed in clinical practice.

    You can view it here

  • Letter to BACP Private Practice, October 2015.

    I wrote a letter in response to an article explaining why Mindfulness practice is not "spiritual bypassing" but a challenging way to sit with our more difficult/hard emotions such as anger and grief.