Jo Hemmings - Behavioural psychologist, Dating Coach and Celebrity Psychologist
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Jo Hemmings

British BlogsJo Hemmings is a Behavioural Psychologist, specialising in the Media as well as a Dating and Relationship Coach and TV and radio personality.

With degrees from the Universities of Warwick and London, Jo is the UK’s best known and respected Celebrity Psychologist and was the UK’s first Dating Coach.

Jo is a regular Psychologist on ITV’s Daybreak and ITV’s This Morning and was the Behavioural Psychologist on C4’s Big Brother’s Little Brother. She also helps behind the scenes, in the contestant selection process, by giving psychological advice and assessment to reality TV producers and contestants both during the selection procedure and the series.

Recent work includes being the psychologist for Katie Price's reality TV series Signed by Katie, Amy Winehouse: The Untold Story and Whitney’s Addictions: Death of a Diva and 50 Shocking Facts about Diet and Fitness for Channel 5 and as the Dating Coach on Sky 1’s series The Love Machine and C4’s Jewish Mother of the Year. She was the Dating Coach in the ITV documentary Looking for Love broadcast on October 29th.

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Jo specialises in the psychology of celebrity behaviour, whether A-Listers or reality TV stars, and is the Behavioural Expert of choice, discussing the contestants on Britain’s Got Talent and The X Factor on BBC and Sky News. She also appears regularly commenting on celebrity behaviour and body language as well as on topical news stories for Channel Four and C5 news.

Jo is the author of six successful books, on sex and relationships, writes regularly for magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Grazia, Marie Claire and Female First, as well as comments and articles for most of the national press, including The Guardian, The  Sunday Mirror, The Daily Mail, The Times and The Daily  Star as a celebrity psychologist .

If a celebrity, sports or reality TV star has personal or professional concerns, or is simply behaving in an uncharacteristic or newsworthy way, Jo can provide immediate, expert and informed psychological comment, body language analysis and advice – whether for PR companies, magazines, the national press, radio or TV production companies, news and shows.

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