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Organisational consultation

Business organisations are constantly faced with complex problems that require thoughtful and effective solutions.

As a discipline, psychology is tasked with providing greater understanding of some of the most complex problems that face society.  Having a more sophisticated understanding of tough problems enable solutions and interventions to be more targeted and effective.


Psychology has a long tradition of building trusting relationships with business organisations in order to better understand and help to solve the important problems that they face.  Combining psychological understanding and expertise alongside systematic and bespoke strategic solutions; psychology-driven consultation can help organisations to succeed and deliver genuine competitive advantage.


Our clinical director is both a qualified Doctor of Clinical Psychology and a HR professional with an honours degree in Human Resource Management. He gained membership of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) through the provision of specialist consultation and training to public, private and voluntary sector organisations.


He has experience of providing consultation to both individuals and groups at senior positions within organisations. Psychology-driven consultation approaches have been used to help in a wide variety of situations including: organisational behaviour change; developing and retaining a high performing workforce; reputation enhancement; effective and impactful communication; understanding consumer behaviour; improving consumer/patient experience; effective team management; conflict resolution; and effective decision making.

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Clinical supervision

Our clinical director is a qualified clinical supervisor and has comprehensive experience of providing supervision to a range of healthcare professionals including psychologists (assistant, trainee and qualified), cognitive behavioural therapists, nurses, physiotherapists and occupational therapists.


He takes a compassionate and curious approach within supervision and his practice is informed by the work of

Bridgid Proctor whereby supervision pays close attention to normative, formative and restorative functions.

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