Pamela is a tutor and clinical supervisor, and for many years a consultant psychotherapist, privately and for various schools, colleges. She leads live online Master class workshops, nationally, in How to Create Healing stories for children. . These are for the Human Givens College, of which she was made a fellow for the outstanding work she has done for children and adolescents. You can read more her children’s books on her book page.

Pamela has approached the writing of her novel in a sensitive and perceptive way, inspired by her professional work with children and teenagers over the past twenty-five years. This had provided her with a rich and unique insight to the lives of teenagers, the contribution to the research for this her debut novel. She sought the permission of teenagers with similar experiences to be able to fictionalise their stories in her book, reflecting their “own voices” Pamela’s writing is real, authentic, gritty and bold – everything a contemporary YA novel should be.

Pamela grew up in the beautiful city of Bath in Somerset with a loving family of mum, dad and an older sister and brother. As a child she loved drawing and writing stories, as well as creating plays in which she would involve her friends as the actors.

When she married her husband Frank, she moved to Bradford on Avon in Wiltshire where she studied Social Work, Psychology and Psychotherapy.

Pamela was made a fellow of The Human Givens College in recognition of the outstanding work she has done for children and adolescents over the past twenty- five years as a psychotherapist.

She is now settled living in the seaside town of Minehead Somerset, with Frank and their Cavapoo dog, Jazz.