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Dr. Linda Papadopoulos (born February 3,1973) is an |English-Greek-American psychologist based in Great Britain. She was course director of the MSc in counselling psychology at London Guildhall University, and is the author of numerous health books such as The Man Manual, which tries to explains the workings of men's minds and author of Mirror Mirror: Dr. Linda's Body Image Revolution, a book on body image.
Papadopoulos studied at London Metropolitan University. She has written research papers on how to establish a healthier body image and relationship with food. [How to reference and link to summary or text]
Papadopoulos has been able to combine a successful media career while concurrently maintaining her prestigious academic and clinical practice. Apart from her regular television and radio appearances, Papadopoulos is currently heading up a large-scale study into the psychological effects of skin disease in collaboration with dermatologists from St. Thomas’ hospital. She has published widely in the field of counseling and medical psychology and has been nominated for the Annual Counseling Psychology Award 2001 by the British Psychological Society. She has been invited to present her research at various international conferences.
Papadopoulos has written for various magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Tonic Magazine and Time on Line. She is one of the most well respected psychologists internationally. [How to reference and link to summary or text] She is a familiar face on numerous British and American reality television series, such as Big Brother, Double Cross and Celebrity Fit Club, which is broadcast in the U.S. by VH1.
From July 5 to July 7, 2006, she filled in for Anna Raeburn on London's LBC 97.3 FM.