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Trudi is a clinical psychologist and mindfulness teacher. She is interested in exploring the neurobiological, cognitive and psychological effects of mindfulness in clinical, community and educational settings with a focus on ageing, individuals with neurological conditions and carers.Read more @drtrude
Paul is a Reader in organisational psychology and takes a lead role in developing and evaluating acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) for staff in healthcare settings, local and central government organisations and schools.Read more
Tina is a Professor in the Department of Psychology. Her research is concerned with the neural correlates of touch and body perception, how we gain awareness of our self, and how our body contributes to affect and cognition.Read more
Aylish is a Lecturer in counselling psychology at City. She uses qualitative methods to study practitioner mindfulness, mindfulness and compassion, and the use of mindfulness in the treatment of trauma.Read more
Fran is a Co-director of the Counselling Psychology Research Clinic at City. She is interested in theoretical accounts of mindfulness as well as the practical application of acceptance and compassion focussed therapies.Read more
Stephen is a PhD student at City. He is interested in the effects of mindfulness on attentional bias, especially among those suffering from addiction. He has also been involved in research on mindfulness and smoking cessation.
Chloe has recently completed an MSc in organisational psychology at City. She is interested in how an awareness of one’s self and others can contribute to healthier working environments.
Mat is a Commissioned Officer in the Royal Navy and studying for a PhD at City University. He is interested in leadership behaviours and how collective mindfulness influences organisational resilience.
Sonila is a PhD researcher in Survey Methodology at City, an MBSR graduate and a regular meditation practitioner. She is interested in understanding how mindfulness impacts performance and quality of life.
Giovanni is studying an MSc in Innovation, Creativity and Leadership at Cass. He is the founder of the Cass Mindfulness Society and works in synergy with CEMR to inspire students and the business community to adopt mindfulness in the workplace.
Anna recently completed her MSc in organisational psychology and is interested in the application of mindfulness in the workplace to improve well-being, productivity and leadership skills.
Dara is undertaking postgraduate studies in organisational psychology at City. As an experienced strategist his research interests include the practical application of mindfulness in organisational development and in high-risk working environments.
Clara’s studies for an MSc in Organisational Psychology introduced her to the world of mindfulness, and sparked an interest in how the practice of mindfulness can lead to individual and organisational well-being.
Jo is undertaking postgraduate studies in organisational psychology at City. As an experienced HR professional she is interested in how workplace based mindfulness interventions benefit individuals, teams and organisations.
Lisa is studying for an MSc in organisational psychology. She project-managed the launch of CEMR and is interested in how mindfulness-based interventions can improve organisational wellbeing.
Lucie is a Research Associate who has completed her PhD at City. Her doctoral research focused on mindfulness as a personal resource in contemporary models of work-related stress and motivation.Read more
Adam works closely with CEMR’s directors to translate CEMR insights into operational guidance. He has held numerous Chief Strategy Officer positions, as well as been a trusted strategy advisor to Government Departments and CXO executives of Fortune 500 companies across the globe.