Julia Samuel - Episode Three, Series Two of The Third Act
Julia Samuel MBE is one of the UK's foremost pyschotherapists and grief counsellors. Author of three books and a regular columnist for The Times, she has been described as the person the nation turns to in times of tragedy and despair. Over a cup of tea at Auriens with Catherine Fairweather, Julia talks about her childhood and the loss and grief suffered by own family. She shares her thoughts on the archetypal British stiff upper lip as a way of coping and love being the strongest medication.
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