Jo Carlowe

Jo Carlowe is an experienced journalist, editor and copywriter with a specialism in health and psychology. She writes for publications ranging from The Times to the British Medical Journal. Jo has a BA Hons in Psychology from The University of Manchester. She is currently in training to become a psychotherapist and plans to practise this alongside her journalism. For more information: www.jocarlowe.com
Jo Carlowe
Jo Carlowe is an experienced journalist, editor and copywriter with a specialism in health and psychology. She writes for publications ranging from The Times to the British Medical Journal. Jo has a BA Hons in Psychology from The University of Manchester. She is currently in training to become a psychotherapist and plans to practise this alongside her journalism. For more information: www.jocarlowe.com
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