Rachael is a lecturer in occupational psychology at the Institute of Management Studies. Her core research area is contextual behavioural science in coaching psychology. She is a member of the British Psychological Society and the Special Group for Coaching Psychology, and the Honorary Secretary of the International Society for Coaching Psychology.
Before joining the Institute, Rachael was a business consultant for UK and international organisations, working with clients from a range of industries and sectors. Her consultancy experience encompasses talent development, assessment, leadership development, coaching, career management, stress management and wellbeing in the workplace.
Rachael is the module co-ordinator for the professional and applied research skills module, and the assessment and selection module.
She also contributes to departmental training in research methods; specifically around epistemological issues in research methodology, conducting discourse analysis, and evidence-based practice for scientist-practitioners.
- BA in Philosophy
- BSc in Psychology
- MSc in Occupational Psychology
Areas of Supervision
- Behavioural science
- Coaching psychology
- Applied differential psychology (particularly values and motivation)
- Organisational behaviour and health