I’m super excited to share a brand new feature with you all as I join forces with the formidable TV Psychologist Emma Kenny in a bid to help offer guidance, support and solutions to your problems, right here on my blog Honest Mum.
As a mum of two, former TV and film director and professional blogger and vlogger, I’ve had a whole lot of experience in putting out fires, problem solving and my biggest love: helping others feel empowered and their absolute best.
Together with the great Emma Kenny, we are committed to helping you work out what’s on your mind with actionable solutions to any issues.
Every month a reader’s problem will be shared for #Problemshared (anonymously if they so wish) covering all areas of life from family to work and relationships, along with both our answers to hopefully help you (and those reading too).
I’m honoured to be working with Emma Kenny-below she offers insight into her life and work-
Over to Emma:
For the past 18 years, problems have been my passion and giving my clients the tools and strategies to live healthier and happier lives has been my number one commitment.
I initially graduated in psychology and then trained in counselling, achieving my Masters at Manchester University.
I have had the additional privilege of working heavily in the media in the last decade.
This work has led to me presenting ten TV series and providing expert commentary to a plethora of shows.
I am the resident psychologist on Good Morning Britain and regularly appear on the This Morning sofa.
For the last four years, I have been Closer Magazine’s life expert, a job I absolutely adore.
You can read my page and see my comments throughout the magazine, usually discussing issues various celebrities are facing.
My company makeyourswitch.co.uk launched a few weeks ago, a world dedicated to health, fitness and psychological well-being-I am absolutely obsessed with the belief that with the right fitness, nutrition and access to psychological support, everyone can lead a happy and healthy life.
Most importantly, I am a mum of two, a wife and an adopted mum to a large labradoodle and three cats!
So, have you got a problem you’d like us to help solve. Simply, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or send me a private message via my social media channels to be considered to feature. As mentioned, your problem will be viewed in confidence and can appear anonymously on the blog.
Emma and I can’t wait to start helping and supporting you all!