December 3, 2021
Winner of Channel 4's THE CIRCLE Natalya Platanova joins Sheri to talk about the lesser-known reality of winning a reality TV show, what this felt like for her and how her experiences on the show and in the military have sparked a deeper interest in mental health and therapy.
October 6, 2021
Susie Pearl joins Dr Sheri to talk about her incredible journey from terminal cancer diagnosis to award-winning author on creativity and healing.
August 4, 2021
Annabel Wilson, joins Sheri to talk about her own journey through hard times and healing and how she is using what she has learnt to help others through her business ‘Living Ashram’.
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July 7, 2021
Singer-songwriter Fanny Andersen joins Therapylab to share her experiences of depression and discovering therapy.
June 2, 2021
Martin Bisp founded Empire Fighting Chance to bring together boxing and therapy for young people when he found that public services were failing those who needed the help the most. This is his amazing story.
May 5, 2021
Paul C Brunson, entrepreneur and presenter of Married at First Sight and Celebs Go Dating, joins Sheri to talk about attachment patterns, personal values and the importance of therapy for finding love.
April 7, 2021
Psychosexual and relationship psychotherapist Silva Neves explains how therapy can help with sexual difficulties and new research into the contentious notion of sex addiction.
March 3, 2021
Former Police Commissioner John Sutherland shares his inspirational story of hope, charting the effects of trauma and the road to recovery from breakdown.
February 3, 2021
Author Sophie Tanner talks to Sheri about her journey to self-love, including marrying herself, the importance of rituals and navigating internet trolls.
January 6, 2021
Renowned chef Andrew Clarke reflects on why one in two people in the hospitality industry suffer with mental health issues and how his own journey through difficult times and therapy led him to pave the way for change.