I work with a number of psychological organisations, including my old employer SHL/CEB and some smaller startups, offering advice and guidance. i have stronger relations with a few of these, and describing them gives some insight into the kinds of projects I find exciting.
Since early 2013 I've worked with Mindapples, a social business focused on helping everyone take better care of their minds, through training, consultancy and scientific review.
The thing I like about this business is how much focus its programs place on the evidence base, drawing on both the psychological and neuroscientific literature. The playful side of me got a kick out of their bouncy, pragmatic approach to science communication, as well as their empowering tactic to ask people - in GP waiting rooms and trendy music festivals - how they look after their mental health, using this to understand our diverse responses to good times and bad.
I write for a blog called the Research Digest for the British Psychology Society or BPS. I started work for the BPS in 2011, running a blog on work psychology, before transitioning over to their massively popular main site the Research Digest in 2014. I keep a focus on psychology in the workplace but now have a remit to cover any aspect of psychology that I think will engage.
If you have research that you've recently completed or published, and think it would be of interest, by all means get in touch. We're also open to other ways to promote psychological science, so if an idea comes your way, let's talk.