A trained humanistic psychotherapist, psychologist and broadcaster, Corinne Sweet is the author of eight non-fiction titles and has ghosted several books, including four bestselling misery memoirs (see separate entry). She was a C4 'Big Brother' psychologist and still makes regular appearances on TV and Radio. Trained as a reporter on BBC Radio 4’s ‘Woman’s Hour’, she has worked for the World Service, and been an 'Agony Aunt' on LBC and TalkSPORT. Corinne frequently acts as a psychologist/spokesperson for various media/PR campaigns.
She is the Chair of the Books Committee of the Writer’s Guild of Great Britain, and champions women’s and writer’s rights wherever she can. As a therapist she works out of the Barnsbury Therapy Rooms.
Her specialist areas are:
- personal empowerment
- parenting in later life
- dealing with stress and burnout
- sex and sexuality, particularly for the over-50s
- memoir, including historical narrative non-fiction
Corinne's books have been translated into over ten languages.
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'Absolutely invaluable' Deirdre Sanders, The Sun