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Sian Williams is a qualified psychological therapist and counsellor (MBACP, MBPsS, MSc).

She has built up nearly five hundred hours of experience with families, couples, teens and individuals, helping them manage conditions like stress, anxiety, depression, OCD, PTSD, psychosis, self-harm and suicidality. 

Sian has worked for the NHS in the psychology department of a large London teaching hospital, supporting patients with acute cancer conditions and is an associate at King’s College, London where she helps students manage their mental health. 

Currently in the final year of a Professional Doctorate of Counselling Psychology, Sian has published a book, ‘Rise: a first aid kit for getting through tough times’, and her research on positive growth and recovery has been peer-reviewed and published in academic journals.

She has delivered resilience talks and workshops to, among others, Amnesty International, the Environmental Investigations Agency, KPMG, March on Stress, King’s College, the BBC, ITV and ITN. 

Peer-reviewed paper: Williams & Cartwright (2021) Posttraumatic stress, posttraumatic growth and personal risk in British Journalists: European Journal of Psychotraumatology

Book: ‘Rise: Surviving and Thriving After Trauma’, June 2016.

To read more articles by Sian about psychology, see the Latest section on the Home Page or Writer section on this website.

Talks By Sian: visit the Upcoming Events page for details of Sian’s latest talks and appearances.

If you would like to discuss Sian’s availability for a talk on mental health, psychology, counselling or any other relevant subject, please get in touch.