Author: On Set Welfare

Reality TV Psychologist Expert Reality Psychology Fitness for Inclusion

Our Founder and Director of Services, Honey Langcaster-James CPsychol, was interviewed by Kay Burley on Sky News and asked for her views on the Duty of Care that TV production companies have towards their participants.

Honey Langcaster-James Reality TV Psychologist

Our Director of Services was interviewed on Scotland Tonight alongside an MP from the Select Committee Inquiry into Reality TV to discuss the need for better psychological service provision in the Reality TV industry and how it can be improved.

Director of Services at On Set Welfare, Honey Langcaster-James CPsychol, was interviewed today on the world famous radio programme, BBC World at One. She was asked about whether TV production companies are doing enough to ensure the welfare of Reality…

Honey Langcaster-James Reality TV Psychologist Psych Tests

Founder and Director of Services at On Set Welfare, Honey Langcaster-James CPsychol, was consulted by the BBC and interviewed on BBC Breakfast News about the importance of welfare provision for reality TV show participants following announcement that a contributor on…

On Set Welfare conducted a Format Review and provided the Psychological Risk Assessments for the contributors on the most recent series of Studio Lambert’s hugely popular factual entertainment programme, Tattoo Fixers. With participants on the show making a permanent decision…

Chartered Psychologist Honey Langcaster-James, Director of Services at On Set Welfare, joined the welfare team on Channel 4’s new flagship reality TV show to provide on set support to the cast on this pioneering new format.

Honey Langcaster-James Psychologist on Love Island

As another series of Love Island comes to an end, and Dani and Jack are declared the winning islanders, Honey Langcaster-James, Director of Services at On Set Welfare, was interviewed on Sky News Sunrise about the appeal of reality TV…