Psychology-led, expert driven
Our highly trained psychology and advisory team are leaders in their fields. As Occupational Psychologists, Business Psychologists and HR experts they are able to draw on their experience and expertise to co-produce high quality work-based solutions.
The team design and deliver solutions at system-level to enable organisations to create inclusive work environments that unlock the potential in their employees, as well providing support to neurominorities to help them be at their best at work.
Alyson Hollway MSc. C. Psychol
Registered Occupational Psychologist.
As a Chartered Occupational Psychologist and coach, Alyson has delivered hundreds of diagnostic and workplace needs assessments for neurominority clients and delivered specialist neurodiversity coaching in organisations across several FTSE 100 Companies.
Alyson has over 20 years’ experience working in DWP supporting clients with complex health conditions or disabilities back to work. In her role as Senior Work Psychologist for DWP she led an internal consultancy team to deliver projects such as developing and delivering training in effective interview and coaching practice for neurominority and disabled clients.
Angie Alderman, MBACP Integrative Coach Counsellor
MSc in coaching counselling, ILM approved Executive Coach and Trainer
Angie has an MSc and is an accredited Executive Coach and Trainer. She is skilled at helping others overcome unhelpful thinking that may be blocking their progress by focusing on their strengths to make sustainable change. She is described by clients as warm, empathetic and positive.
Angie has lived and worked in Hong Kong, Paris and London and says this has been invaluable in providing insight into multi-faceted business and diverse environments. Angie believes this experience has taught her the power of thinking differently and how much we have to learn from one another.
Anna Smith MSc (Occ. Psychology)
Anna Smith is a Business Psychologist specialising in neurodiversity. She has experience of coaching neurodiverse employees and carrying out workplace needs assessments. She also has extensive experience in career coaching and uses a range of techniques to facilitate career decision making.
Anna’s passion is to apply psychological techniques, tools and theories to enable people to fulfil their potential.
Chartered Clinical Psychologist
Ava is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist who has worked in the NHS, Local Authority and private sector. She has extensive experience working with neurodiverse/neurodivergent children and adults, providing psychological assessment and evidence-based intervention that is guided by the individual’s needs.
As the Customer Experience Manager at Genius Within, Ava works between the Psychology and Client Services teams to ensure that all clients received an excellent service.
Elizabeth A. Mulholland MSc, CPsychol
Elizabeth is a Chartered Psychologist, passionate about promoting wellbeing and talent in the workplace. She provides neurodiversity diagnostic and workplace needs assessments and coaching, supporting clients with care and empathy to gain insight, leverage strengths and develop strategies to help with challenges.
Elizabeth’s consulting experience spans two decades, both in the U.K. and Middle East and includes leading assessment, talent management and leadership development programmes for public sector, FTSE 100 and global organisations. In Elizabeth’s role setting up a People Assessment Centre of Expertise in Corporate HR, she led the implementation of group-wide people assessment strategy and governance.
Farah Fairweather MSc
Farah Fairweather is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist, facilitator and coach. As a strong expert in the fields of assessment and development, she has held a number of senior HR, talent, leadership, and diversity and inclusion roles across a range of industries.
Farah’s grounded and practical approach is based on a strong foundation of 20 years assessment and development experience. She is naturally creative, collaborative, insightful, warm and client centred. She uses a range of psychometric diagnostics, tools and techniques to support and develop neurodiverse adults and is passionate about helping every client reach their potential both at work and for future career progression.
Georgina Wong MSc. C Psychol
Registered Occupational Psychologist
Georgina is an Occupational Psychologist with seventeen years’ experience in the private, public and third sectors applying psychological principles and practice to assessment and selection, disability and employment, and policy making in the health and wellbeing at work arena.
Georgina is experienced in supporting neurodiverse/neurodivergent students and employees through cognitive and needs assessments and delivering training and workshops at the group level. She is committed to enabling employers to develop healthy, safe, inclusive, ethical and sustainable workplaces that also benefit society and the wider world.
Gill Rudge, MSc (Organisational Behaviour)
Business HR and Organisational Expert
Gill has over 20 years’ experience as a senior HR professional in both retail and financial services sectors. She was previously Head of HR for the Finance, Property and Legal functions in Marks and Spencer and has had a successful HR consultancy career.
Gill has extensive experience in learning and development programmes, competency framework design, assessment and selection, and coaching for neurominorities. She is a results-orientated generalist with extensive client facing experience and excellent influencing and relationship-building skills. She has built her reputation on her integrity and high standards of delivery.