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Aaron being interviewed in his office for a television programme.

Aaron is a highly experienced media contributor offering serious psychological insight both in a consultative and participative capacity. He has proven skills in delivering authentic and accessible psychological insights without dumbing them down to a variety of different audiences.

Aaron believes it is incumbent on those producing media programmes to be psychologically responsible and ethical. Whether you are creating a factual programme in which you interview real people, a drama that addresses sensitive issues, or a “reality” programme in which individuals are asked to publicly confront difficult situations, it is necessary to have psychological support and/or consultation.

Aaron’s experience includes being the longest running mental health contributor for BBC Radio 1’s phone-in Surgery programme for young people. He has also appeared on BBC Radio 4’s The Moral Maze anThe Digital Human. He's regularly appears giving advice for young people on CBBC’s Lifebabble (currently available on the iPlayer) and has offered mental health content for younger audiences via BBC Three Television and SC4 Welsh programming.

Aaron regularly appears as a guest expert on live radio and available for expert comment on psychology and mental well-being in response to breaking news or others stories of contemporary interest. Aaron is also the co-founder and co-host of the podcast and video-series Time To Show Up with Nathalie Nahai.

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