Psychologically informed organisational consulting explores the organisational dynamics of how people work together. It is a practical combination of the practice of psychoanalysis, group relations theory and systems theory in the study of group and organisational processes.

Using these disciplines I work with individuals or small groups to ascertain the conscious and unconscious processes at work in an organisation.  In this way I assist participants to develop a greater awareness of dynamics in their work that were previously unseen.

At the core of this approach is the understanding that learning from and then applying experience is the most powerful way to effect organisational change and instigate new behaviours and innovations.

Psychologically informed organisational consulting looks at the human interaction through the lens of current challenges, right here – right now.  This helps participants build a broader picture of organisational dynamics so as to best encourage positive organisational development.