I occupy various roles, and I love them all.
As a psychologist who’s studied neuroscience, generalist psychology, educational and developmental psychology and lots of other things I feel that I have a broad competency base to work with a wide range of clients and issues.
I’m a doctoral candidate who specialises in studying the effects of emotions in the workplace. I delight in examining large datasets and trying to understand some of the underlying patterns.
Since 2011, I’ve been running an international, longitudinal, annual survey as project manager and statistician. As a result, I’m good at thinking about large, complex datasets and understanding how to plan for them and work with them effectively. I really do like data and am productively pedantic about data collection. I run a survey hosting service with my husband and together we’ve worked on multiple projects for Universities around the world. In September 2016, I’ll start teaching part of a subject in the Master of Professional Psychology course at Monash University.
I’m a mother, a wife, a daughter, a friend and a lifelong learner. I enjoy reading, dining, skiing, beaching, and travelling (especially in Italy).