After volunteering with the Samaritans, Philippa trained as a psychotherapist. She worked in the mental health field for several years before writing her graphic novel, Couch Fiction which lays bare the process of psychotherapy, published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2010. Her second book, How to Stay Sane, was written for a series published by the School of Life and Pan Macmillan in 2012. As well as continuing her psychotherapy work with an organisation called Talk for Health, Philippa is also an agony aunt for Red Magazine and contributes to The Guardian newspaper. She has presented several documentaries including The Truth about Children Who Lie, Radio 4 2016, Being Bipolar Channel 4 2015, Truth, Lies and Loves Bites, The Agony Aunt Story, BBC4 2014 as well making a cartoon agony aunt series for GuardianVideo and contributing to other radio and television programs
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@TheTropicalLady Hope it helps. It's odd that we humans seem to fear making a mistake more than not making anything.
@MrVikas Thank you 😊