Tania Glyde is a counselling therapist specialising in Gender and Sexual Diversities, and addiction/recovery. She is currently in private practice in north London.
After reading English Literature at Magdalen College, Oxford, Tania worked as a copywriter and journalist, in the UK and abroad, before publishing two novels and then a memoir, Cleaning Up, a personal account of a life immersed in British drinking culture. She has also spent a number of years promoting sexual awareness through media and charity work. She currently writes for the Lancet.
Tania was inspired to retrain as an integrative therapist by a variety of experiences as a client in therapy herself, as well as wanting to give something back to a public health system that she is grateful for. She is a registered member of the BACP and a member of the AICTP.