Let me introduce myself. My name is Richard Bryant-Jefferies.I am married and live in Surrey, England.

I am an author of books (non-fiction and fiction) on counselling and psychotherapy themes, and self-development. I have had over 20 titles published and numerous chapters in books edited by other professionals.

I also have experience of working in the NHS as a manager and healthcare professional, working in addictions and in strategic  management roles. Since 2006 until early 2014 when I retired, I was Head of Equalities and Diversity at a large NHS Trust in London.

The links on the menu will take you to pages providing more information about the services that I offer, the books that I have written, aricles and blogs. In particular I have written a great deal on a covid-19 blog, tracking what is happening in the UK from the start of the pandemic.

Please look at my Declaration of Human Responsibilities and publicise this if you feel able. I believe we need to emphasise this area much more strongly. Human Responsibilities underpin Human Rights.  We have to  all take more responsibility for the effects of our actions and attitudes.



I don't use this any more. Meaning gets lost in soundbites.


I often comment on news items on the Guardian newpapers website. Click here to access a listing of my comments. .In particular I have voiced many concerns over the Government handling of Covid-19.