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Child psychotherapist featured on BBC Sounds

Renowned Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist, Graham Music has featured in two renowned media outlets, commenting on a range of subjects, including attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and early childhood development.

Graham Music

Speaking on BBC Sounds’ Child podcast, he spoke about the journey of a human embryo’s development and how intertwined we are with our world. He goes on to discuss how much of a baby’s development is determined even before it develops into an embryo.

Listen to the podcast on BBC Sounds

Graham was also featured in a Washington Post article on how ‘ADHD-like traits could offer humans an advantage in foraging.’

He comments on a study published in the Royal Society which suggests that traits associated with ADHD such as impulsivity and distractibility also offer humans an advantage by helping them to forage more effectively — a key technique used by hunter gatherers and nomadic tribes to survive.

Read the article in the Washington Post