Malcolm Stern

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"Malcolm Stern has worked as a group and individual psychotherapist since 1979. He was a co-founder of “Alternatives” at St James’ Church in London and runs groups internationally. His approach involves finding where the heart is and helping individuals access their truth.

"Malcolm also offers executive coaching and organisational training programmes. Clients include BMW, the NHS, Ordnance Survey, PDLC, and Cisco Systems. He specialises in “Conflict as a Force for Change” and “Authentic Leadership”.

"His first book on relationships The Courage to Love was published in 1996 followed by the acclaimed Falling in Love, Staying In Love in 2004. And together with Vanessa Lloyd Platt, Malcolm co-presented the Channel 4 series on relationships Made for Each Other."[1]

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  1. Malcolm Stern Home, organizational web page, accessed April 15, 2012.