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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. 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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