The best employers acknowledge the emotional health and well-being of their employees and clients as part of their culture, not as an afterthought.

Enlisting the skills and expertise of a Chartered Psychologist to inform how you support your workforce is probably one of the smartest things you could do to commit to an emotionally literate workplace culture. Especially as life has a way of throwing some rather random life events at us that require resilient and agile thinking.

And choosing an organisation that has provided outstanding individual and group reflective supervision support for more than 10 years, written peer reviewed journal articles and presented on an innovative model of staff supervision would be even better (that’s us, by the way!)

Annan, M., & Moore, S. (2012). Using the staff sharing scheme within the targeted mental health in schools (TaMHS) pathfinder. Educational and Child Psychology, 29 (4), 88–108.

ENRETE Conference, Centre for Resilience & Socio-Emotional Health, University of Malta

Meet The Team

Stacy Moore CPsychol. AFBPsS

Stacy is the Director and Lead Chartered Psychologist of Inner Circles Ltd. She has over 15 years experience of supporting staff well-being, in both education and employment settings.

Stacy is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and is HCPC registered. She leads a London-based independent team of psychologists who are all passionate about providing high quality training and supervision for staff in both corporate and education environments.

All members of the team are fully qualified psychologists who are experienced in providing reflective clinical supervision.

Michael Annan

Michael is a highly experienced and skilled Applied Psychologist. He currently works as Senior Clinical Education Tutor at King’s College London.

Michael worked as a Primary School Teacher for 9 years before gaining an MSc in Educational Psychology at UCL. He then worked as an Educational Psychologist for 21 years in first the London Borough of Lambeth and then the London Borough of Hackney. Michael gained a Postgraduate Diploma in Systemic Therapy from Kensington Consultation Centre, University of Luton in 2006.

Research interests and publications include: Staff Sharing, Problem Analysis, the use of Constraint Analysis to explore organisational change in an EP Service and Multi-Family Groups.

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