One of the most recognisable and well-respected psychologists working in the UK today, Dr Linda Papadopoulos has built an outstanding reputation in both academia and broadcasting. A hugely successful psychologist, author, keynote speaker, columnist, host and broadcaster, Dr Linda’s analysis on current affairs, trends and human behaviour is highly sought after and syndicated around the world.
A Chartered Counselling and Health Psychologist and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, she has worked in various treatment settings both privately, with her own practice and publicly in the NHS. In her 20 years as a Chartered Psychologist, she has gained extensive experience in the counselling of individuals, couples and families and has established and headed successful post-graduate and doctoral programmes in psychology.
Her work has informed government policy, most notably heading up a highly acclaimed independent review for the Home Office on the effects of sexualisation on young people, presenting the research at the European Parliament.
With an array of credits in broadcast, radio and print media, Dr Linda has fronted shows for channels and networks including the Discovery Channel, National Geographic and TLC, as well as presenting features for ITV’s This Morning and Good Morning Britain, BBC’s The One Show, and C5’s The Wright Stuff, and is a regular commentator on Sky News.
As well as a successful career on screen, Dr Linda recently launched her own podcast series The Psychology Behind. The podcast addresses the issues and challenges society faces, offering topical discussion and evidence-based advice with weekly guests and contributors.
Dr Linda is widely published in academic journals and has written several academic and self-help books. Her publications include Unfollow, Whose Life is it Anyway?, The Man Manual, Mirror Mirror: Dr. Linda’s Body Image Revolution and What Men Say, What Women Hear.
Dr Linda has been invited to speak at several TEDx talks and delivered keynotes for a range of national and international bodies such as Women in Business, Save the Children, K2 Corporate Mobility and Bloomberg among others.
Dr Linda was recently awarded the prestigious EVCOM Fellowship Award in recognition of her outstanding and prolific academic publication record and for being an exceptional communicator, both as an author and broadcaster.