. Educate . Support . Empower .
I know what it's like to constantly live in self-destruct mode; plagued by fear, anxiety, toxic thoughts, and harmful behaviours
Josceline is a Graduate Psychologist, media representative for Beat, the UK’s leading eating disorder charity, public speaker, eating disorders recovery mentor and mental health campaigner.
After her own recovery from battling anorexia nervosa she was inspired to start her website, with the sole aim to raise awareness about mental health and help empower people to take the front seat in their recoveries.
Josceline was published by the British Psychological Society in their student journal, Psych-Talk, on the neuropathology of eating disorders and has twice been a guest speaker on the BBC’s popular news show Victoria Derbyshire discussing barriers to accessing mental health treatments. She has also had articles published on the Daily Mail, Real People Magazine and The Surrey Advertiser.
Currently Josceline is involved in public speaking and workshops, in schools and at Surrey University, as well as working with individuals on a one-to-one basis as a recovery mentor.
She plans to return to University next October where she will study for her Postgraduate MSc in Health Psychology.