I started writing professionally whilst working as an assistant psychologist with Professor Sue Buckley at Down Syndrome Education International, a charity supporting children and young people with Down Syndrome. I was lucky enough to learn alongside highly esteemed colleagues and realised my love for writing and editing whilst working as sub-editor of one of our in-house publications, Down Syndrome News and Update and authoring booklets for the Downs Syndrome Issues and Information series.

Since then, I have co-authored two Edexcel A Level Psychology student textbooks and two revision guides for Illuminate Publishing and authored an online course for Cambridge International A Level students. This year, I am undertaking another very exciting publishing project so watch this space!

I also write regularly for Psychology Review magazine and the IB Psychology Inthinking website.  Please see below for further examples of my work.

Articles and Assemblies

An article based on an assembly about neuropsychology:

A tale of two cities: what lies beneath?: a tale of two cities

The pursuit of the truth is futile: pursuit of the truth (1)

Unabridged version of book reviews for Psychology review magazine:


One flew over the cuckoo’s nest

Write up of ATP conference:

Write up from Prague trip:

An article on everything psychology; good for IB methods and maybe TOK: Putting our world into words

Not strictly an article but a PowerPoint for an assembly on many things – great for critical thinking, TOK and culture; steepak, stephenson, monkeys and memes

Keep Dancing Assembly/Study Skills Session: Fixed and growth mind set neuroplasticity and more: Keep Dancing!