Anne is a Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological Society. Anne has twenty five years experience in human development, applied research and evaluation in the public and private sectors. She worked as an occupational psychologist with Ford of Europe and the European Commission, prior to setting up her own psychology practice.
Anne works with organisations, groups and individuals. She encourages human and organisational development, health and well being. She uses evaluation as a tool to enhance clarity of purpose and energy investment, quality and effectiveness. She supports effectiveness, through reflective practice, evaluation and mentoring.
Anne works with public sector organisations providing developmental support through action learning workshops, training and one to one mentoring. She has conducted a range of research, support and evaluation assignments at both national and local levels. She includes amongst her clients, the Dublin Regional Homeless Executive (DRHE), the Disability Federation of Ireland, Volunteer Ireland and Volunteer Centres and Information Services, NALA, the Irish Cancer Society, the Department of Social Protection, the Citizens Information Board (CIB), the Health Service Executive (HSE), the Irish Prison Service, the Probation Service, The Money Advice & Budgeting Service (MABS), Mensana, National Advocacy Service for People with Disabilities and the Higher Education Authority (HEA).
Anne tutors in work psychology at the National University of Ireland Maynooth. She supports students through workshops and one to one mentoring.