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Debbie Frank

DEBBIE FRANK has been an astrologer to the stars since 1984 - long before astrology became a meme and fashionistas started matching their make up to their star sign. She is a leading figure in her field, with celebrity and corporate clients. A media favourite - from her first horoscope column in She magazine to writing for Daily Mail, Sunday Express, Hello, InStyle, Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and Sun on Sunday - she is often called upon for her insight into the life and experience of Princess Diana, who was both a client and a friend for a decade. Debbie regularly travels across the world from her London home to work with clients and give talks about astrology and how to heal and thrive in a world of change. Debbie's treasure trove of knowledge, including her latest podcasts and inside scoop on the stars can be found at debbiefrank.co.uk
Siobhan Freegard

Siobhan Freegard was raised in a small town in Ireland and came to London when she was 18. She worked her way up the corporate ladder to become a marketing director and then had her first child aged 29. After struggling with the work/life balance, she decided to have a stint as a full-time mum. She is now 41, with three children age 11, 9 and 5. She started Netmums as a result of her own experiences of feeling isolated and overwhelmed by the experience of being a new mum.
Andrew Fuller

Andrew Fuller is the author of TRICKY KIDS, GUERILLA TACTICS FOR TEACHERS, HELP YOUR CHILD SUCCEED AT SCHOOL, (RAISING REAL PEOPLE (ACER), FROM SURVIVING TO THRIVING (ACER), WORK SMARTER NOT HARDER and BEATING BULLIES. Andrew has also co-authored a series of programmes for the promotion of resilience and emotional intelligence used in over 3,500 schools in Britain and Australia called The Heart Masters.As a clinical psychologist, Andrew works with many schools and communities in Australia and internationally, specialising in the wellbeing of young people and their families. He is a Fellow of the Department of Psychiatry and the Department of Learning and Educational Development at the University of Melbourne.http://andrewfuller.com.au/
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