I am Director of Public Support at The Clinic for Boundaries Studies and have a responsibility for running services for people who feel they have been harmed by psychotherapy. I lead the mediation and support dialogue service, and am passionate about assisting practitioners to work in ways that reduce the risk of harm. I originally trained as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist and won the British Journal of Psychotherapy essay competition for my final training paper on enactment. I have a Master of Clinical Science degree and PhD in psychotherapy and ethics. I have also written chapters for various books on harm in professional relationships, including the Royal College of Psychiatrists book "The Abuse of the Doctor-Patient Relationship". In recent years, I have been engaged in a research project to determine and categorise therapist actions that cause harm. This research has been accepted (subject to revision) by the journal Psychotherapy Research and will be published in due course.