I am a graduate of University of Cambridge in Coaching Psychology and Foundational Cognitive Psychology (focusing on Neuropsychology). A member of the University of Cambridge Coaching Alumni and have coached on the Queens Young Leaders Programme.
Currently consulting with and guest lecturing academically on the Neuroscience of Coaching and Well-Being at the Universities of Cambridge, BirkBeck. My specialisms are in Stress Management and Anxiety Disorders, Life transitions and Change, Social and Professional adaptability of A.I.
My specialised areas of study are in Free Will, Consciousness and Movement heavily influenced by Cambridge Neuroscientist Daniel Wolpert which has shaped my evolutionary approach to coaching and movement from the Board room to the Yoga Studio. I believe that an evolutionary way of thinking may provide us with different coping mechanisms and alternative pathways in dealing with transition and adaptability around Social and Economic drivers such as A.I. and the diverse society we all find ourselves now living in.
University of Boston
University of Stanford
AI For Everyone with Andrew Ng
University of York
How digital technologies affect our wellbeing? Explore the concepts of health, relationships and society in the digital age.
University of Washington
Foundations in Computational Neuroscience
Artificial Neural Network, Reinforcement Learning, Biological Neuron Models
An introduction to basic computational methods for understanding what nervous systems do and for determining how they function. Exploring computational principles governing various aspects of vision, sensory-motor control, learning, and memory. Specific topics covered include representation of information by spiking neurons, processing of information in neural networks, and algorithms for adaptation and learning. Use of Matlab/Octave/Python demonstrations and exercises to gain a deeper understanding of concepts and methods introduced in the course.
Kings College London
Caring for People with Psychosis and Schizophrenia
Explored the key issues related to caring for a relative with psychosis or schizophrena.
University of Liverpool
PSYCHOLOGY AND MENTAL HEALTH: BEYOND NATURE AND NURTURE
A psychological understanding of our emotions and behaviour gives us new ways to improve mental health and wellbeing.
University of Birmingham - Neurobiology Certificate
The Brain and the nervous system
Neurone arrangement and functioning Neurotransmission
Localisation of language Consciousness
AI : Robotics and the Brain
UCL London - Dementia Certificate
Covered the symptoms and science behind fAD, bvFTD, DLB and PCA. Focused on the understanding of the diseases underlying dementia, and dementia support and care through examples from these four less common forms.
LONGER ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES
University of BirkBeck London
Introduction to Neuroscience, Psychopathology, Cognition, Genetics, Biopsychology, Evolutionary and Social Psychology, Research methods, AI + Robotics.
University of Cambridge
Undergraduate Certificate in Experimental Cognitive Psychology
History and methods in Cognitive Psychology, Behavioral research methods and statistics
Neuroscience research methods: Neuroimaging and Neuromodulation
Neuropsychology of Split Brain & TBI patients, Brain Trauma.
Conditions studied include: Epilepsy, Parkinson's, Dementia, Aphasia’s.
Intelligence, Cognitive control, Free will, Consciousness
Social and emotional cognition and cognitive biases
Attention, meta-cognition, introspection, Neurophilosophy
Areas covered: Memory, Language, Sound + Auditory Perception,Visual spatial processing and spatial orientation and Movement Performance
Additional studies in:
Practice and Clinical Applications of Mindfulness
Broader psychology and neuroscience that can help us understand the framework and science of mindfulness.
Understanding Stress: from Molecules to Mindfulness
Molecular and behavioural mechanisms of stress: how stress is induced and encoded.
Impact of Stress: psychology, physiology and conditions PDST, Anxiety, Stress how to recognise the difference.
Solutions to Stress 1: History of cognitive and behavioural approaches.
Solutions to Stress 2: Emerging approaches, medication and brain stimulation. CBT, Relaxation techniques, ACT, RFT, Psychotherapy.
University of Cambridge
Undergraduate Diploma Psychological approaches to Personal/Life Coaching, Executive Coaching, Corporate Coaching, Speciality/Niche Coaching
Psychological approaches & theories studied:
Psychoanalytic ( Sigmund Freud & Carl Jung)
Humanistic/Existential (Carl Rogers - Person Centred Approach)
Gestalt/Experiential (Fritz Perls & Arthur Janov)
Cognitive (Albert Ellis & Aaron Beck)
Behavioral (B.F.Skinner & Joseph Wolpe)
Emotional Intelligence (Daniel Coleman)
Research Participation includes:
Kings College London
UCL & Birkbeck