Phillip Hodson Oxford University
Phillip Hodson is a Fellow of the British Association for Counselling, a Trustee of the Impotence Association, a UKRC Registered Independent Counsellor and a member of the British Association of Sexual and Marital Therapists and the London Marriage Guidance Council.
He is the author of eight books including “Men, An Investigation Into The Emotional Male” (BBC, 1984), “Growing Pains” (BBC, 1990), “What Kids Really Want To Know About Sex” (Robson, 1994) and “Wagner” (Weidenfeld, 1984; MacmIllan – New York, 1984).
Phillip Hodson has also made several award-winning management training films on counselling techniques in industry and lectures to MBA students at Cranfield University on the human resources module, and also to graduates on the Masters Health Psychology Programme at the University of Westminster.
Widely known on UK television as both writer and presenter, he additionally presented the much-acclaimed “Phillip Hodson Counselling Programme” for over 15 years on both local and national radio.
He has been a columnist for five UK newspapers and nine magazines and been a contributing editor to Psychology Today, Cosmopolitan, SHE, Woman’s Journal, Family Circle and also First Magazine in the USA.
Dr David Lewis BSc (Hons), D Phil, FInstD, AIIP, C. PSYCHOL
David Lewis is an author, lecturer, researcher and broadcaster. He is a fellow of the Institute of Directors and the International Stress Management Association, and British delegate to the International Scientific Committee of Rome-based Child Ecology International.
Dr Lewis has written more than thirty best-selling books on many aspects of psychology which have been published in all major languages. Among his most recent titles are: The Soul of the New Consumer (published by Nicholas Brealey); Information Overload (Penguin); Winning New Business (Piatkus); 10-Minute Time and Stress Management (Piatkus); and How to Get Your message Across – A Practical Guide to Power Communications (Souvenir Press).
His research into human performance has been featured in documentaries by US and European television stations. The BBC documentary series QED devoted an entire programme to his work.
He has a first class honours degree in psychology and a Doctorate from the University of Sussex. David Lewis’ unique background in industry, the media and in academic circles means that he is the one professional psychologist who can understand your clients’ commercial requirements and can get their message across to the media.
Glenn Wilson PhD, CPsychol, FBPS
Dr Glenn Wilson is a Reader in Personality at King’s College, London, Institute of Psychiatry, Adjunct Professor with the University of Nevada, Reno and one of Britain’s best-known psychologists. A pioneer in the field of evolutionary theories of sex differences, attraction and love, he is ranked within the 10 most cited British psychologists and appears regularly on TV & Radio.
Glenn is a regular on TV programmes such as “Tomorrow’s World”, Live TV, Richard & Judy, Sky News, ITN News, and is resident psychologist on BBC3 Evening News.
An expert on individual differences, sexual behaviour, and psychology applied to the performing arts, he has published around 120 scientific articles and 32 books, on topics ranging from personality and attitude measurement to psychophysiology, sexual behaviour and psychology as applied to performing arts including Better Sex (with Chris McLaughlin), The Psychology of Conservatism, The Experimental study of Freudian Theories (with HJ Eysenck), Love and Instinct, The Great Sex Divide and Psychology for Performing Artists. He is the co-author of Fame – The Psychology of Stardom, The Science of Love and CQ – Learn the Secret of Lasting Love.
He has lectured widely abroad, having been a guest of the Italian Cultural Association, and a visiting professor at California State University, Los Angeles, San Francisco State University, Stanford University, the University of Nevada, Reno and Sierra Nevada College. Apart from being a professional psychologist, Dr Wilson trained as an opera singer at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London and still undertakes professional engagements as an actor, singer and director.