Jenny Boyd is a research psychologist and author with a Ph.D in Human Behaviour.
Having been married to Mick Fleetwood of Fleetwood Mac and being the sister-in-law of Beatle George Harrison and later Eric Clapton, she found herself, from a young age, immersed in the world of Rock’n’Roll for twenty-three years.
While living in Los Angeles she obtained a Masters in Counselling Psychology, and her Ph.D dissertation culminated in a book about musicians and the creative/spiritual link. It was published in America and Japan; and has recently been released in the UK entitled, ‘It’s Not Only Rock’n’Roll.’
For the last twenty years she has lived in England and worked as an addictions consultant for a treatment centre in Arizona.
She is founder and director of Spring Workshops, organising psychotherapeutic groups for people in need of personal development. She has two grown children and lives with her husband in London.
Mick Fleetwood once said that the first time he saw me walking back from school in Notting Hill Gate he knew I was the girl he was going to marry. We were both 16 and it was the summer of '64. The first time I saw him play at Brentwood...