1. Judith Peacock is a Jungian psychotherapist and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation & Reprocessing) clinician in private practice in London, UK. Originally from a medical background (general hospital practice and neonate nursing) she studied at Chelsea College of Art and the British Association of Psychotherapists. With special interests in the relationship between the brain and our creativel functioning over the life span, she addresses trauma, parent-child relationships, adolescent issues, and stressors around ageing. She has written on creativity, art, and dementia, and is the Education Co-ordinator for the C. G. Jung Club, London. She is also an Associate Tutor at Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre in Birmingham. A professional profile is available at RightTherapist.com and LinkedIn. 

    Moodswingscience is about you, your moods and what current research – and Carl Gustav Jung – has to tell you about what is happening in your head and heart. My research regularly turns up fascinating information that is published in academic journals, or gets twisted into wild stories by lazy ‘health’ journalists. This is where I will be chewing over interesting information and sometimes giving you the links so you can read these things for yourself. Along with facts there will also be fables; narratives from everyday life that turn up in the consulting room. You won’t recognise anyone here. Anyone who hasn’t volunteered their story is anonymised, even a little fictionalised. But you may recognise yourself.


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