Julia Webb-Harvey is a writer.
Hurt was published in 2010, relating to her work with the charity Mosac. All proceeds from the sales of the book return directly to the charity. For more details about the book see its dedicated page: Hurt.
Julia has won two awards for her sailing blog Whinchatter, which gives accounts of three summers afloat.
Julia worked in Corporate Land for 16 years, before re-training as a psychotherapist. In her therapeutic work, she worked with women who suffered domestic abuse, with young children as a Play Therapist, and with families of children who have been sexually abused. It was through this work that Julia became inspired to write Hurt.
Julia has spent the last few years as a series of gap years, travelling and sailing, and playing at writing. She and her husband, Peter, are boat owners and have spent the last few summers afloat on their boat Whinchat. Julia and Peter live in Cornwall, UK. Julia has recently begun an MA in Professional Writing at Falmouth University.
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