Rachel Morris

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Rachel Morris DHP, MNRHP is an English psychotherapist and counsellor, who practises in Manchester, UK. She is also author of The Single Parent's Handbook, Pearson and is sex psychotherapist for Cosmopolitan magazine. http://www.rachelmorristherapy.co.uk

Television and radio[edit]

Morris has appeared as an expert on several television programmes including Help I'm a Teen Mum on ITV1, Tool Academy, Wife Swap The Aftermath on E4, Little Angels and Say No to the Knife (2006) for BBC Three,[1] Would Like to Meet, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Big Brother's Little Brother and the Big Brother Psych Show.[2] She has acted as off screen psychotherapist for ITV1's Celebrity Love Island and 'E' Entertainment's Perfect Catch.

She has also appeared as an expert guest on BBC Radio 1's Sunday Surgery, Radio 2's Jeremy Vine Show and is a regular guest on several Radio 5 Live talk shows.

Writing[edit]

Morris is also a consultant for Cosmopolitan[3][4] and for the BBC website's Relationships section.[2] Author of The Single Parent's Handbook. Pearson 2007

References[edit]

  1. ^ "BBC THREE Autumn 2006". BBC. Retrieved 29 April 2014.
  2. ^ a b Expert Biographies Archived 2007-11-21 at the Wayback Machine BBC Health
  3. ^ Rachel Morris, Cosmo’s sex therapist Cosmopolitan, 15 February 2011
  4. ^ Libby Brooks Lights, camera, phwoar! The Guardian, 29 October 2002