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Sarah Niblock

Journalist, academic, author and CEO of the UK Council for Psychotherapy

Sarah Niblock (Professor) is a journalist, broadcaster and author. She is co-author of 'Prince: The Making of a Pop Phenomenon' (Ashgate) and numerous other books, chapters and articles. A public speaker on popular culture, Sarah's appeared at the ICA, South Bank Centre, Latitude Festival and is a regular contributor to broadcast and online journalism in the UK and internationally including BBC Radio 4, BBC London, The Guardian, MTV, The Telegraph, Independent, Prospect, The Conversation and the Huffington Post. Formerly Associate Dean at University of Westminster, she joined UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) as Chief Executive in 2017. Prior to that she was formally Head of Department of Social Sciences, Media and Communications at Brunel University, London where she founded and led journalism accredited education for a decade. She is an academic fellow of the Dart Centre for Journalism and Trauma at Columbia University, NYC, having reported on tragedies and their impact on communities. Passionate about ethics, until 2016 she was a member of the National Council for the Training of Journalists’ Quality Assurance and Standards Committee. Sarah's PhD is in psychoanalytical theory and female identification. In 2013, she gained a Certificate in Holistic Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy. In 2015, she gained the ILM level 5 Diploma in Coaching.

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