Liz Fraser is one of the UK's best-known writers and broadcasters on all aspects of modern family life,
a social commentator, columnist, public speaker and creator of the mental health-blitzing platform Headcase.
She has a degree in Experimental Psychology from Cambridge University, and four children, spanning 20 years.
Liz appears almost daily on national television and radio, writes her much-loved weekly 'Three Teens and a Baby" column in the Telegraph, and has written features for The Sunday Times, The Guardian, The Telegraph, Red, Grazia, Glamour, The Daily Mail, Mother and Baby, Marie Claire, Junior, Woman, Runner's World, Woman, and many others.
Her internationally best-selling books re-moulded parenting forever, by finally allowing it to be very funny, and accepting that we all get most of it wrong – which is just as it should be.
20 years after her first baby was born, she had her 4th child in 2017, at the age of 43 - so now she's juggling GCSE options, University interviews...and breastfeeding. And loving it all.
Liz has a huge interest in mental health, both in adults and children, and is the creator of Headcase, a multi-media platform set up to completely rebrand and demystify the mental health issues faced by millions of normal people every day.
She also gives talks, hosts events and fronts campaigns for everything from global brand launches to Literary Festivals, FB Live broadvcasts and Students' Unions, and has written and performed a full run of solo stand-up shows at the Edinburgh Fringe.
She is a competitive 5km, 10km and half marathon runner - though her knees and geriatric pelvic floor muscles are no longer quite so keen on this.