Mandy Saligari is an experienced broadcaster having worked with national TV and Radio networks, together with contributing to print and online outlets. Her expert opinions, coupled with an authoritative voice, make her a natural choice for broadcasters needing a professional yet personal and engaging opinion on addiction, parenting and relationships. Relaxed in front of a camera, and with a clear and distinct way of expressing herself to an audience Mandy finds it easy to captivate the viewer, or reader, bringing clarity to sensitive issues.
Mandy’s recent brilliant TEDx Talk in Guildford in June. Watch it here via YouTube.
Feelings: Handle them before they handle you VIEW »
In Therapy – Channel 5
In Therapy reveal the UK’s best known celebrities as never before, with unprecedented access to the private lives and personal crises as they undergo intensive therapy with Mandy. In a bid to understand who each celebrity really is, Mandy explores every aspect of their pasts: troubled childhoods and love affairs, infidelity and divorce, abuse and addiction, obsessions with fame and media courtship, the brutality of bankruptcy and career catastrophe. Filmed via a fixed camera rig, this series combines the privileged intimacy of the therapy room, with interviews from closest family and friends.
Daniella Westbrook VIEW »
Gemma Collins VIEW »
Kerry Katona VIEW »
Coleen Nolan VIEW »
Celebrities In Therapy – Channel 5
After the success of the first series more celebrities find themselves on the couch with Mandy. To be aired during the first part of 2017 another 4 films which include Lauren Goodger & Danielle Lloyd.
Lauren Goodger VIEW »
Danielle Lloyd VIEW »
Nikki Grahame VIEW »
Violent Child, Desperate Parents – Channel 5
In this ground-breaking documentary series, Mandy takes on some of the UK’s most violent and difficult children, trying to figure out what makes their behaviour so extreme and how to handle it. Mandy’s brand of therapy focuses on her belief that no child is ever beyond help, however bad their behaviour has become. She believes that the problem is never just the child, but the family dynamics in which they grow up. So she is determined to tackle the behaviour but also to challenge the family dynamics to ensure the change lasts.
9 year old Jack VIEW »
8 year old Jordan VIEW »
9 year old Harry VIEW »