Sheila Dainow is a trained counsellor and therapeutic massage practitioner with diplomas from South West London College and the College of Holistic Medicine. She is a member of the Society of Holistic Practitioners, The British Association for Counselling and the British Register of Complementary Practitioners.
The Dalai Lama
His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the exiled religious and temporal leader of Tibet and winner of the 1989 Nobel Peace Prize, is recognised internationally as a spiritual leader and statesman. He lives in Dharamsala, India. Nicholas Vreeland has been a practicing Tibetan Buddhist monk since 1985, when he was ordained by the Dalai Lama. Since 1998 he has been the Director of the Tibet Center.
Dr Daniel Freeman
Professor Daniel Freeman is one of the UK's leading clinical psychologists. He is a Professor of Clinical Psychology and Medical Research Council (MRC) Senior Clinical Fellow at the University of Oxford. He was awarded the 2008 May Davidson prize by the British Psychological Society which marks 'an outstanding contribution to the development of clinical psychology. A key figure in the latest developments in cognitive behaviour therapy, he teaches clinicians around the world.
Graham Davey is Emeritus Professor of Psychology at the University of Sussex. His research interests extend across mental health problems generally, and anxiety and worry specifically. He is a former president of the British Psychological Society and is currently editor-in-chief of the Journal of Experimental Psychopathology which publishes cutting-edge research on anxiety and anxiety-related problems.
Anthony David is Professor of Cognitive Neuropsychiatry at the IoPPN and a consultant psychiatrist. He set up and heads the Depersonalisation Disorders Clinic at the Maudsley Hospital, London.
Rosemary Davidson has worked as a publicist and editor at Bloomsbury and Vintage, Random House where she launched the Square Peg imprint in 2008. Taught by her Glaswegian seamstress grandmother, she started to make her own clothes as a teenager. She continues to sew and knit and has recently added pottery to her craft activities. She lives in Hackney and doesn't like curtains, can't drive a car or use a drill. And she can't crochet or felt either. But she's willing to learn.
Professor Richard Davidson was the first to identify the science of emotion. He is hailed everywhere from The New York Times to The New Scientist and by everyone from Daniel Goleman to Deepak Chopra and Ruby Wax. He heads up the psychology lab at the University of Wisconsin.
Mary Janice Davidson
MaryJanice Davidson has written in a variety of genres, including contemporary romance, paranormal romance, erotica and non-fiction. She lives in Minnesota.
Jef Davies was the international student adviser at Clark University, he is actively involved at the Oregon Summer Institute for Intercultural Communication as Director of the interns each summer, and is currently writing his Ph.D. dissertation.
WILLIAM DAVIES is a consultant psychologist and Academic Director of APT, The Association for Psychological Therapies, an organisation that has trained over 100,000 mental health professionals in the UK. He has extensive experience of working with irritability, anger, aggression and violence.
Philippa Davies runs her own company, Voiceworks, which trains and runs seminars on presentation skills, media skills, voice technique, motivation and handling difficult interactions. She has had 4 books previously published by Piatkus. She also regularly appears on TV and radio, and speaks at conferences throughout Europe. She lives in Wales with her husband and two sons.
Dr Brenda Davies is Consultant Psychiatrist and Director of Women's Services at Charter Nightingale. She is also a member of the Federation of Spiritual Healers, the International Healing Group and belongs to the Doctor-Healer network. She holds regular workshops on healing and includes many celebrities among her clients.
Dr. Jef Davis has worked in international education for nearly 30 years, most recently as Director of International Studies & Programs at Youngstown State University. He earned a PhD in International Higher Education from Boston College and is the author of Intercultural Sensitivity in Foreign Student Advising (VDM-Verlag, 2011).
Sara Davison is a life and business expert whose own personal experience has led to her creating a unique divorce coaching programme that offers support to individuals going through the process of uncoupling. An NLP Master Practitioner, with 16 years' coaching experience, Sara has successfully built a global business and has worked with some of the top names in personal development, such as Anthony Robbins and Paul McKenna. With a wealth of experience helping others through challenging situations, as well as the experience of her own marriage breakdown, Sara was inspired to create a bespoke divorce coaching programme. She is considered the UK's premier divorce coach.http://saradavison.com
Kerry Daynes is a Consultant Forensic Psychologist. She is often consulted in major police investigations and is a trusted government advisor concerning the safe management of high-risk individuals. Kerry's work has been widely reported on in the press. She also provides commentary for international television networks, including The History Channel, Discovery, CBS Reality, The Crime & Investigation Network and BBC International. Kerry is a mental health advocate and is a patron of the National Centre for Domestic Violence and Talking2Minds. Twitter: @KerryDaynes.
Kerry Daynes is a Forensic Psychologist. She runs her own private psychology practice and works with her team of psychologists and psychotherapists for a variety of agencies, including making contributions to major police investigations. An average week can involve working with everything from shoplifters and stressed out parents to serial killers. She also acts as an expert witness in Criminal Court proceedings. She has worked with some of Britain's most complex criminals in prison and community settings. Kerry regularly makes expert comments for TV and radio, including appearing in the Sky series 'Killing Mum and Dad' and the Channel 4 'Mania' series. She presented 'The Making of a Monster' series for the Crime and Investigation Channel in 2008, examining the background of notorious killers. Find out more information on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/psychoinyourlife
L. Sprague de Camp
Lyon Sprague de Camp was born in 1907 and died in 2000. During a writing career that spanned seven decades, he wrote over a hundred books in the areas of science fiction, fantasy, historical fiction, non-fiction and biography. Although arguably best known for his continuation of Robert E. Howard's Conan stories, de Camp was an important figure in the formative period of modern SF, alongside the likes of Isaac Asimov and Robert A. Heinlein, and was a winner of the Hugo, World Fantasy Life Achievement and SFWA Grand Master awards.
Catherine Crook de Camp
Catherine Crook de Camp (1907-2000) was an American SF and fantasy writer. She mainly worked in collaboration with her husband, L. Sprague de Camp.
Rosamund Dean is a British journalist who has worked at Marie Claire, Grazia, Elle, Psychologies and Red. She has profiled stars such as Renée Zellweger, Ralph Fiennes and Winona Ryder and, in the name of healthier living, has been hypnotised into drinking less alcohol and had her kitchen rearranged by a professor of human behaviour.
Rupert Degas has narrated over a hundred audiobooks. He has recorded a diverse range of authors, from Andy McNab, James Patterson, Wilbur Smith and Chris Ryan to children's authors such as Derek Landy, Darren Shan, Jamie Rix and Philip Pullman. He has narrated books by Patrick Rothfuss, Haruki Murakami, Mervyn Peake, Rose Tremain and Cormac McCarthy as well as recording classics from Kafka, Conan-Doyle, Lovecraft and Wilde. Rupert has lent his voice to numerous cartoons, including Mr Bean, Robotboy, Gumball, Thomas & Friends and Bob the Builder and has performed in over fifty radio productions for BBC Radio 4, including The Brightonomicon and The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. He spent eighteen months in the West End performing in Stones in his Pockets and was in the original London cast of the smash-hit comedy The 39 Steps.