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I am a qualified psychotherapist, based in London, with over 30 years experience of working with organisations, individuals, couples and families. I regularly contribute to national and regional broadcast and print media.
My main focus is working with executives to solve their business problems through a psychological understanding of themselves and their organisations. This can help to explain the unconscious forces that influence our decisions which, if not understood, can lead to irrational behaviours and negative outcomes.
By becoming more aware of these unconscious forces, you are better equipped to fulfil your potential and find new and creative solutions to business problems. My expertise in human behaviour and motivation is uniquely placed to help you succeed.
As a Family Therapist, I am also uniquely qualified to help family businesses as well as couples who work together. Conflicts and tensions in family businesses are complex and often require an understanding of family as well as business dynamics in order to find solutions.
On this website you can find out more about the benefits of psychological insight in business and read my media and journalism. Please get in touch for an initial consultation or if you have any queries. I look forward to working with you.
Media & Journalism
The Psychological Approach to Business
Psychological approaches to business management, equipping you to fulfil your potential and find new and creative solutions to business problems.
I am a regular contributor to the Financial Times, specialising in psychological issues related to work and business. I have also had articles published in The Times, The Guardian and several other publications, as well as radio and TV appearances.
How to Cope with Trauma in Working Life
People who have suffered trauma carry it with them, often unknowingly, wherever they go, including the office. Work can either help recovery or be the place where trauma is reignited.
In this article, I look at some examples and examine how much depends on the person’s early experiences, as well as their organisation’s culture.
LATEST ARTICLE : 05/12/17
BBC Radio 4 Extra
1970s USA rediscovered through lost recordings of Alistair Cooke’s Letter from America.
I offer my reflections and personal experience of the time, with Paddy O’Connell, Dominic Sandbrook and Alvin Hall.
Mental Illness at Work
With 1 in 4 people suffering some kind of mental health problem each year, managers need to be aware of how it affects their employees and business. Whilst this book lacks a little imagination and at times relies on outdated research and extensive listing of diagnostic categories, such contributions (alongside training and schemes to support people with mental health problems) can only help.