|Full name||Deborah Holder|
I have worked as a freelance journalist for 20 years writing features for a range of broadsheets and women's glossies on education, families, parenting, gender, society, relationships, law and health. I also have experience as an editor and writer of non-fiction and as an on-line journalist. I spent some time lecturing on feature writing, reviewing and interviewing on an MA Journalism course at Brunel Univeristy and have also worked in media training. After retraining I now work as a counsellor and psychotherapist in private practice, education and NHS primary care. I write less often but remain involved in journalism and take on features when time allows. I am always on the look out for opportunities to combine my expertise and experience as a therapist with my background as a journalist and writer.
|Editorial work||Features writing, Editing|
|Last updated||14-01-2013 18:15|
Journalism: freelance feature writer since 1991 working for Guardian (women, law, parenting), the Telegraph (education), Times (education), Independent (various), Red, marie-claire, Options, She, Family Circle, Supernanny, icircle (online) and others.
Books: Biography of Frank Sinatra (Bloomsbury) and a couple of ghostwritten autobiographies.
Editing: Amnesty campaign journal, DFES careers publications, Open University course book for London South Bank University.
Teaching: features, reviewing and interviewing, MA Journalism, Brunel University, feature writing and writing for the web, Mediatraining.