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Celia Dodd
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Open Dialogue: the life-changing new mental health treatment

which could revolutionise NHS services for people with depression and psychosis

The Independent, December 2015 Link...

Brain Doctors

faced with every parent's worst nightmare, what would you do?

Radio Times, 6 February 2013 Link...

How did Channel 4’s Everyday film a real family in a real prison over five years?

Radio Times, 15 November 2012 Link...

Revealed: the secret to an enduring sex life

The Independent, 24 January 2012 Link...

Two British teens on living with the Amish

Radio Times, 24 November 2011 Link...

It's so sad knowing Jane can't see the milestones

A year after Jane Clough's murder, her parents are fighting for justice - and rebuilding their family for the sake of her baby.

Radio Times, 30 July 2011 Link...

A Life Less Ordinary - Small Screen Big Vision

For Lynn and Robert Nestor and their three children, charity didn't begin at home-but on a "silly" TV programme

Readers Digest, June 2011 Link...

Why we are becoming worried sick

Are you stalked by irrational fears? You're not alone. Clinical anxiety is four times more common than depression – and it's on the rise. What's causing the panic? Celia Dodd investigates

The Independent, 21 April 2009 Link...

Why working mums shouldn’t feel guilty

The Times, 27 September 2008 Link...

What's life like when you're 90?

The Times, 27 June 2008 Link...

Twelve kids and counting

The Times, 17 May 2008 Link...

Youth Clubs are a cool place to hang out again

The Times, 24 May 2008 Link...

Freezing Your Fertility

The Times, 18 April 2008 Link...

Derek Draper, Mark Oaten and Christine Ohuruogu talk about redemption

The Times, March 2008 Link...

I'm not religious but....

Grayson Perry, James Lovelock, Anna Ford and Alastair Stewart discuss their spiritual side.

The Times, 8 December 2007 Link...

Silent Rise of Silver Divorce

The Times, 3 November 2007 Link...

The Vodka Diaries

Going under cover, Alice Vulliamy, 15, found it laughably easy to buy spirits at supermarkets and off-licences. How can we control underage drinking, asks her shocked mother Celia Dodd

The Times, 25 August 2007 Link...

Chips are down for women

Women who love gambling

The Times, 7th October 2006 Link...