Mei-Fung Chung is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist, author, clinical supervisor,training psychotherapist and visiting lecturer at The John Bowlby School of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. Originally trained in fine art, she worked as aCreative Director for ten years at Condé Nast, The Sunday Times and The Times.
She currently works in private practice and has a particular interest in working
clinically with dissociation, gender and sexuality. During her training at The Bowlby Centre she was awarded the Jafar Kareem bursary for her paper: The Marginal Man that explored how relational attachment-based psychotherapy can be used to support those experiencing isolation and mental health problems. She was also the consulting psychotherapist on Gang Life, a documentary for the BBC that was nominated for a BAFTA. Her debut novel: Who’s That Girl is due for publication with HarperCollins in February 2020.