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TV Duty of Care

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Duty of Care within Television and media work is very important. Here at Luxe Psychology Practice we offer psychological duty of care assessments, reports and/or on-going counselling.  

At Luxe Psychology Practice we provide expert care putting the welfare of any television participant's or contributors as top priority. We have experience in working behind the scenes, providing assessments and reports for a number of participants for different television shows. We understand the importance of safeguarding the mental health of individual's taking part in TV programmes. 

We can also provide on-going psychological support upon request for TV contributors, including preparing them for public attention, supporting them after leaving shows and making sure they can access psychological support when required. 

Please contact us for more information. 

Fee for TV Duty of Care: Prices available upon request


Anonymous - Current Client

I formed a strong relationship with Jade very quickly, which has continued to grow over time, to the point that I trust her implicitly and feel able to tell her anything and everything. I feel incredibly heard in our sessions, and she provides the perfect balance of listening to me, and using questions to help me develop further understanding of issues on my own. 

Although our sessions cover dark and difficult topics, she helps me to see light within them and we are able to laugh and have fun as part of the process.

Jade is brilliant at making links between the things I talk about currently, and things I’d told her months ago. This helps things make more sense, and also frequently highlights my progress. She never makes me feel like a problem is too big, or too small. Jade frequently sends me very useful resources that help me to continue the work we do together between sessions.

I can see clearly that I am a far better version of myself since starting sessions with Jade.


At Luxe Psychology Practice we maintain high quality standards and adhere to ethical guidelines from reputable governing bodies to ensure safety and protection of all clients.

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