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Anjula Mutanda (born 1974) is a British psychologist, life coach and therapist. She trained at Durham University and has since appeared on many television programmes giving psychological analysis, such as Big Brother, GMTV, Kilroy, Have I Been Here Before? and RI:SE. She was the resident psychologist on This Morning for five years.
Mutanda has written and presented a programme on Radio 4 called "Diversity Works". This was an in-depth examination on mixed race marriages, and how people over-come barriers in order to make them work successfully. This made pick of the week. Mutanda was the phobia expert on Itv's Feel the Fear, where she supported the shows two presenters: Holly Willoughby and Steve Wilson, to overcome their fears. This 12 part series was a hit with its target audience of 7 to 12 year olds. She also featured on the program Generation X:Cess She featured on the show "How to find a husband".
Mutanda has appeared on Ready Steady Cook (May 2008).
She is a regular on BBC Breakfast, Daybreak, The Wright Stuff and the Alan Titchmarsh Show. She regularly appears on Tonight Itv's flagship current affairs documentary series. She has also appeared on BBC1's The One Show.
She has appeared on DNA stories with Lorraine Kelly for Sky Real Lives.
She has worked with Martine McCutcheon on The Truth about Beauty for UKTV style.
She has written numerous articles for magazines, and Newspapers on a wide range of topics. She has been invited to be agony aunt for several magazines during her career so far including: Mizz, Reveal, More and Top Sante Magazines.
Her first self-help book -"Celebrity life laundry" was published in 2007.
Mutanda hosted Family Contract. A six part prime time series for BBC1. This show saw Mutanda help families live more harmoniously.
Mutanda presented a prime time 8 part series for channel 5 in 2008 called, How to have sex after marriage . This revealing show saw Mutanda lead a team of experts to help couples re-ignite the passion in their relationships. She counselled the couples, as well as setting them challenges to help them improve their self-esteem, body confidence and communication.
Mutanda co-hosted Body Language secrets-a prime time series on Sky 1, in 2010.
Mutanda presented My Naked Secret 2011, a series about people living with physical abnormalities that were heavily impacting on their emotional lives, relationships and working lives. This 12 part series is part observational documentary and part emotional transformation.
Mutanda accepted the invitation to be an Ambassador for BME cancer voice—cancer does not discriminate 2012—and spoke to an invited audience at the House of Commons.
Mutanda's second self-help book "How to do relationships" was published in July 2013. Publisher Randomhouse group. Extracts from the book were featured in The Times, Mirror and the Irish Independent. She recently wrote a piece for The Guardian newspaper on how a cancer diagnosis can affect relationships.
Mutanda has been appointed as an Ambassador for the charity, RELATE. September 2013
Mutanda's new series Man- Up, will air in February 2014.