Work In Television

Dec 16

The Worst Witch (2016-2019)

Dr Rachel worked with the BBC to ensure the emotional wellbeing of the young cast of The Worst Witch. Time Psychology puts together tailor-made packages of care to support actors, contributors and artistes before, during and post production.

Hoarder SOS
Nov 16

Hoarder SOS (2016)

Dr Rachel worked with Lion Television on the Channel 4 series Hoarder SOS to assess all contributors’ emotional health needs. Following assessment, she provided comprehensive summaries of contributors’ emotional health needs, and followed this with necessary direct and indirect support. Time Psychology work in collaboration with television production companies and channels to provide bespoke packages
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ITV1 Tonight Show: The Best Start in Life?
Nov 12

Tonight Show: The Best Start in Life? (2012)

ITV1 Tonight Show: The Best Start in Life? In a survey conducted by Childline, more than half of the children and young people questioned said that pressure from their parents to do well in exams was causing them anxiety. Clinical psychologist Dr Rachel Andrew questioned whether the pressure on children to perform well academically is too much,
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Nov 12

Fix My Family: Slim Chance: One Year On (2012)

Dr Rachel returned as on-screen clinical psychologist to meet with the families from Slim Chance: Fix My Family (Tern TV/BBCNI). A year on, she found out if all had managed to maintain their healthy body/healthy mind lifestyles. Tern TV/ BB NI Slim Chance: Fix my Family One Year On

Tern TV/ BBC NI Teen Trouble: Fix my Family
Nov 12

Fix My Family: Teen Trouble (2012)

Dr Rachel Andrew worked with three families, all struggling with their teenagers’ difficult behaviour in this series for BBC NI. On screen, she assessed difficulties and offered formulations and creative interventions that incorporated the whole family. Tern TV/ BBC NI Teen Trouble: Fix my Family

Fix My Family
Nov 11

Fix My Family: Slim Chance (2011)

As part of the expert team, Dr Rachel focused on the emotional health of the children in this healthy lifestyle series for BBC NI. She helped the children, and their parents, understand underlying reasons for unhealthy eating patterns, and worked with them on maintaining healthy family relationships with food. Tern TV/BBC NI Slim Chance: Fix my
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