Dr Sandi Mann is fanatical about psychology and writing - a combination which has led her to spend much of her time writing books, articles and manuscripts. She has authored or co-authored more than ten psychology books and is a regular contributor to various media outlets as an expert psychologist.
Sandi is a University Psychology Lecturer and Director of The MindTraining Clinic (which specialises in treatment of phobias, panic attacks and anxiety conditions)www.mindtrainingclinic.com
She has a special interest in emotions, workplace issues and parenting.This reflects her rather varied background - Masters Degrees in both Child/Adolescent Psychology and Organisational Psychology (she couldn't make her mind up - so now does both!). She also has a PhD (just in case three degrees wasn't enough).
She co-wrote one of her books with her husband called Surviving The Terrible Teens (the book, not her husband) and now runs parenting courses with him in the North West of England (and is planning her next book on How To Survive Working With Your Husband!). Her three children provide excellent opportunities to practice what she preaches and naturally, they regard her as an exemplary parent (occasionally).
Sandi writes regularly for the Huffington Post, is a columnist for Mums and Dads Magazine and for Counselling at Work Journal. she is very active on twitter (@sandipsych) and loves hearing from readers!