Anne Campbell

Anne Campbell

(formerly Dr Anne Moir)

Anne is an internationally recognised and widely published authority on the rapidly developing science of neuropsychology. Having attained her Doctorate from Oxford University for her genetic research, she went on to take an unexpected turn in terms of her career. Anne decided to engage in her passion for television documentaries and went on to forge a distinguished career with the BBC as a producer/director. She later formed her own film making company, Quality Time Television which won a BAFTA for their series on Death.

Anne is also the founder of BrainsexMatters and co-founder with John, of The Institute for Love and Sexual Fulfilment. Both are research based organisations focusing on improving people’s intimate relationships. She is an award-winning documentary producer / director / writer and is the author of three international best selling books.

In recent years, Anne is now focused on intimate relationships (www.wetalkaboutsex.com). Believing that an unsatisfactory or non-existent sex life is at the root of many of the partnership and family difficulties and even the world’s problems and conflicts. The effects of this can be visible from the bedroom to the boardroom and beyond. Anne is also a trained Psychotherapist with a Human Givens Diploma. The practical knowledge gained is employed into workshops and seminars as tools for putting theory into practice.

Anne is the author of three international best sellers:

Brain Sex: The real difference between men and women
A Mind to Crime
Why Men Don’t Iron

Anne is currently writing a new title, SoulSex: The Art and Science of Sense-Sational Love Making, with her husband, John Campbell.  Anne brings her extensive knowledge of neuropsychology to stimulate positive change in peoples personal and working lives.