Jacqui Marson is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist, author and trainer. She is a former award-winning television news journalist and has reported from war-zones around the world including Somalia, Sudan, Kashmir, Western Sahara and Nicaragua. Jacqui formally ran a private practice for 20 years, she runs workshops and training for companies and individuals in communication skills, body language, confidence and team-building. She is a media communicator on psychological issues and regularly appears on the BBC and commercial radio and television programmes, including ITV's Daybreak and Channel Five News. She had a monthly column, Fast Therapy in Psychologies magazine and has written for the Guardian, Observer and Daily Mail.


Jacqui wrote The Curse of Lovely: How to break free from the demands of others and say No (Piatkus) in 2013, which has been published in 14 languages in over 20 countries.

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