Anjula Mutanda

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Anjula Mutanda born of mixed Indian/Ugandan heritage; and mixed religious heritage. Her Ugandan father died of a brain hemorrhage when she was a child.

She is a British broadcaster, social scientist, counselling and relationship psychologist, life coach and celebrity therapist.[1] She studied and trained at Durham University (alumni of Durham university), and also holds senior accredited practitioner status (MBACP)) registered with the BACP. Mutanda was a judge at the Royal Society for Science 2006.[no citations needed here]

She is Fellow of the National Counselling Society as of January 2018.[no citations needed here]

She is Vice President of Relate. Elected 31 October 2018.[no citations needed here]

She has appeared on and presented many prime time popular television programmes giving psychological analysis, such as the Bafta award-winning first series of Big Brother, as well as popular day time shows: Daybreak, BBC Breakfast, Loose Women, The Alan Titchmarsh Show and The Wright Stuff. She was the resident psychologist on ITV's This Morning for several years.[no citations needed here]

Mutanda wrote and presented a programme on Radio 4 called "Diversity Works". This was an in-depth examination on mixed race marriages, and how people overcome barriers in order to make them work successfully.[no citations needed here]

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