Helen Leigh-Phippard

Helen Leigh-Phippard has a PhD in international relations and was a university lecturer until she developed mental health problems in the late 1990s and was diagnosed with psychotic depression. In late 2004, she joined Brighton & Hove Mind’s LiVE (Listening to the Voice of Experience) project and, since then, has been actively engaged in local service user participation. She contributes to the development and delivery of training to local mental health service providers, to the training of nurses and paramedics at Brighton University and psychologists at the University of Sussex and to the development of research within Sussex Partnership Trust as a member of the trust’s Lived Experience Advisory Forum (LEAF). She contributed to the first book in the Our Encounters with… Series, Our Encounters with Madness (2011).

Books by Helen Leigh-Phippard

Stalking

Our Encounters with Stalking

ISBN 9781910919248

Part of the PCCS Books ‘Our Encounters With...’ Series, this is a powerful testimony of the destructive, sometimes fatal, effects of stalking on its victims. 

With a foreword by the bestselling author Peter James, author of the Roy Grace series, himself a victim of stalking, the book…