Dr Liz Miller AKC FRCS MRCGP BSc MSc Dip Occ Med MBPsS born 1957 comes from a long line of doctors, 'There are enough doctors in our family to staff a small hospital". She was the first woman in neurosurgery in the UK, stopped at the final hurdle by severe bipolar disorder. After more than ten years of mental health problems, she finally got to grips with the condition, and has never looked back. She self manages and is happily free of medication. In the meantime she set up the Doctors Support Network with Dr Soames Michelson, took part in Stephen Fry's "Secret life of the Manic Depressive" and in 2008 was voted Mind Mental Health Champion, the year following Stephen Fry.
In 2009 she published MoodMapping, which describes her own journey and describes MoodMapping and the techniques and strategies she uses to manage her own moods.
She is presently working on her next book "Personality Clash" which begins to explain why certain pairings of people are always doomed to disaster.