Charlotte Armitage

BSc (Hons), PGCert, MBPsS, CSci, PPABP, MBACP, FRSA, MNCS (Accred).

Registered Integrative Psychotherapist (MBACP)
Chartered scientist (CSci)
Media and Business Psychologist (PPABP), Entrepreneurial Therapist
Duty of care psychologist (BPS/PPABP)
SOCIAL wellbeing analyst (CSci & MBACP)
Tv psychologisT (BPS/PPABP)

Charlotte is a psychologist and psychotherapist, specialising in the Film & TV Industry, particularly, psychological duty of care processes in production, psychological assessments of contributors and therapeutic services for on-screen contributors, production teams, journalists, social media influencers and elite athletes.

She is a Chartered Scientist with the Science Council, a registered psychotherapist with the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP), an accredited counsellor with the National Counselling Association (MNCS Accred), and an accredited business psychologist holding principal practitioner status with the Association of Business Psychologists (PPABP). 

Charlotte is a social wellbeing analyst; this involves using psychodynamic theory to examine the complexity of our social networks and relationships. This provides us with an understanding of why we choose the types of relationships we have in our networks and how these relationships are impacting our psychological health, wellbeing and behaviours.

With practices on Harley Street, London and Kirkstall Road, Leeds, Charlotte works with clients in both the North and South of the country. She also works on-set in the UK and internationally where required. Her film & TV clinic offers support for those working across the media sector.

Charlotte is a member of the Media Ethics Advisory Group for the British Psychological Society (BPS) and is involved in developing policy and regulation for psychologists and those working in the media. She was awarded a Fellowship of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commence (FRSA) in 2019 for her widespread contribution to the Film & TV industry. Additionally, Charlotte is an official member of BAFTA.

As a multi-award winning businesswoman, Charlotte was named by Business Insider as one of the top ten BAME female entrepreneurs in Europe to watch in 2020. 

In 2021, Charlotte’s mental health clinic was voted by TechRound as one of the top 21 mental health businesses in the UK.

As a psychologist and psychotherapist in the media, Charlotte has worked as the onscreen psychologist for BBC News, Talk TV and various TV documentaries, most recently she was the psychotherapist for BBC2’s ‘Beauty & The Bleach’ documentary exploring colourism with Tan France.

Charlotte has worked as duty of care psychologist on many productions including:

As a duty of care psychologist and psychotherapist, Charlotte has managed duty of care processes on productions for major broadcasters including:

Charlotte is currently working on

True Crime Documentary C4

True Crime Documentary Sky

Reality TV show BBC1

Charlotte has recently worked on the following

Charlotte is a regular contributor for many publications

Bringing together her expertise in business, psychology and the Film & TV industry, Charlotte is a columnist for the Yorkshire Post, MANDY and Topic UK. 

Charlotte works with PR companies on a regular basis to provide psychological input on a variety of campaigns. She aims to ensure that the latest psychological research is used in her media commentary. Charlotte is experienced at press, on-screen and radio commentary.

Charlotte is a regular psychological contributor to Talk Radio TV and a resident expert for BBC Radio where she regularly contributes to segments on a wide variety of topics including mental health, mental health in the workplace, the acting industry, duty of care, and disability representation in the media.

Charlotte has worked as a business psychologist and psychotherapist for many FTSE100 companies advising on, and delivering mental health support to the organisation and it’s employees. Organisations that Charlotte has provided psychological input for include:

Memberships and Accreditations

Principal Practitioner Status 

Member of Division of Counselling Psychology.

Charlotte has practices in two locations

London Harley Street

The Media Psychologist, Harley Street Therapy Rooms 1 Harley Street London W1G 9QD


The Media Psychologist, W9 The Greenhouse
Beeston Road
LS11 3AD

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