Leah Royden

Leah Royden is a writer and registered psychotherapist who provides talk therapy for a range of issues including grief, addiction, eating disorders, anxiety and depression. Bereaved by suicide in early adulthood, she retrained in psychotherapy and completed a Master's dissertation on the phenomenon of speaking about sibling suicide. Leah continues to explore the experience of having difficult conversations while working on her first book, tentatively titled Better Silent Than Silenced. She works in private practice in Auckland, New Zealand.

Author of

The Mourning After

Grief, death, traumatic loss, coping, not coping, and the things I wish I’d known about all of them. Read now.