Dr Catherine Huckle (DClinPsy, BSc (Hons), MBPS, CPsychol) is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist registered with the British Psychological Society (BPS) and the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). Catherine is fully insured and her work is supervised in line with BPS policy. Catherine obtained her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from University College London (UCL), and has a first class honours degree in Psychology from the University of Southampton. Catherine has worked in the NHS for over 15 years in a range of settings including various community outpatient services, specialist eating disorder services, older adults services and paediatrics. Catherine is a Teaching Fellow on the Clinical Psychology doctorate programme at the University of Surrey, alongside clinical work and writing. She is passionate about sharing psychological thinking to promote wellbeing, relieve distress and support recovery this is reflected in her research, academic publications and media contributions. Catherine is an expert in adult mental health and can apply this knowledge to understand societal change, upheaval and trends. Catherine can also reflect on how psychological theory underpins and impacts on a variety of phenomenon. Previous topics explored and advised on include the Marie Kondo trend, ethics on reality TV shows (prompted by the cancellation of the Jeremy Kyle show) and various topics around lockdown and coping. To see most recent discussions check the website under 'Latest News'.