Episode 36: Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management
The Black Business Psychology Podcast
by Grace Mansah-Owusu, PhD
7M ago
In this episode we have Dr Uracha Chatrakul Na Ayudhya. Dr Uracha is a Senior Lecturer at Birkbeck University, University of London in Human Resource Management. Her journey to the role of senior lecturer took her from Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia and the UK, where she forged her career in organisational psychology. She completed an MSc in Occupational Psychology followed by a PhD at Manchester Metropolitan University. Her first lecturing role was at Middlesex University, where she stayed for over ten years. Dr Uracha's research areas include My research interests are: Unequal wor ..read more
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Episode 35: Trainee Cognitive Behavioural Therapist
The Black Business Psychology Podcast
by Grace Mansah-Owusu, PhD
9M ago
Welcome to the latest episode of the podcast. Today we are hearing from William Annang. William is currently a trainee cognitive behavioural therapist and has previously had roles as a psychological wellbeing practitioner, assistant psychologist and assistant occupational therapist. Listen to the really interesting and inspiring career of William ..read more
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Episode 34: Health Psychologist
The Black Business Psychology Podcast
by Grace Mansah-Owusu, PhD
9M ago
Dr Sula Windgassen is a chartered health psychologist who has also completed a PhD in psychological medicine at King's College, London researching how psychological factors impact irritable bowel syndrome. Dr Windgassen is also a cognitive behavioural therapist and a mindfulness teacher. She also is a specialist in using eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing (EMDR), which is a trauma focussed approach. She combines working theraputically with clients with health conditions, research and consultancy, In this episode Dr Sula highlights her career path, from initially studying law at univ ..read more
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Episode 33: Business Psychologist
The Black Business Psychology Podcast
by Grace Mansah-Owusu, PhD
9M ago
This week's episode is the last episode of the year and features co-founder of consultancy Pearn Kandola, Professor Binna Kandola, OBE. Professor Kandola speaks about his career as an undergraduate student at the University of Cardiff and then completing a PhD. He then worked at the consultancy SHL before he left to begin his own practice with his co-founder Dr Michael Pearn, at Pearn Kandola. You can find out more about Pearn Kandola and the work that they do here.  ..read more
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Episode 32: Chartered Occupational Psychologist
The Black Business Psychology Podcast
by Grace Mansah-Owusu, PhD
9M ago
On today's episode we have Dr Christeen George. Christeen has a long career in psychology and after initially wanting to pursue clinical psychology and her application being sent to the wrong university, she embarked on a fruitful and extremely interesting career in occupational psychology. She has worked in public sector organisations and universities as well as private consultancy during her career, including the University of Hertfordshire and the University of West London ..read more
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Episode 31: Careers with Psychology: Multidisciplinary Pathway Worker
The Black Business Psychology Podcast
by Grace Mansah-Owusu, PhD
9M ago
In today's episode we have guest, Shyaam Bundy. Shy is a multidisciplinary pathway worker in Essex, UK working in neurodevelopmental & mood and anxiety pathway in an integrated Emotional Well-being & Mental Health Service.  Along with having an undergraduate degree in psychology, Shy is also trained as a Therapeutic Play Worker at the Institute for Arts in Therapy and Education in London. He is also one-half of an organisation called Young Black Psych along with co-founder, Lauren Fernandes. Together, this organisation develops tools and resources to help children, young people an ..read more
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Episode 30: Careers in Psychology: Industrial and Organizational Psychology
The Black Business Psychology Podcast
by Grace Mansah-Owusu, PhD
9M ago
Dr Ruwayne Kock is an Industrial and Organizational Psychologist based in Johannesburg, South Africa. He completed his PhD at the University of Johannesburg and runs a consultancy called Authentic Organisations. It was founded to help marginalized professionals such as racial-ethnic groups, young people, women, LGBTI+ and people with disabilities to be the best they can be in the workplace. Dr Kock also serves on the Management and Executive Committee of the Society of Industrial and Organisational Psychology of South Africa (SIOPSA), leading Transformation. He has a career spanning over 25 ye ..read more
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Episode 29: Trainee Clinical Psychologist. Part 2
The Black Business Psychology Podcast
by Grace Mansah-Owusu, PhD
9M ago
This episode is our second and last episode featuring Elliot Miller, trainee clinical psychologist studying at the University of East London. Hear more about Elliot's journey to clinical psychology here.  ..read more
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Episode 28: Trainee Clinical Psychologist. Part 1
The Black Business Psychology Podcast
by Grace Mansah-Owusu, PhD
9M ago
Today's episode features incoming clinical psychologist, Elliot miller who will be starting his training at the University of East London in the next few weeks. Elliot wanted to be a vet as a youngster and as soon as he was exposed to psychology during his A-levels. Elliot worked as a support worker,  psychological assistant,  and more recently a psychological wellbeing practitioner.  Elliot speaks about his experience applying to the clinical psychology doctorate. As it's currently application season for the clinical psychology doctorate in the Uk so you may find this episode a ..read more
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Episode 27: Careers with Psychology: Author
The Black Business Psychology Podcast
by Grace Mansah-Owusu, PhD
9M ago
This weeks podcast episode brings someone who has studied an undergraduate degree in psychology, then went on to pursue a qualification in psychotherapy and counselling, alongside managing projects in the third sector. Maame Blue is now an author having published her debut book in 2020, called Bad love. The episode focuses on Maame's unique journey and how she uses psychological knowledge in her writing. You can purchase a copy of her book here. It is a fantastic read about first love.  ..read more
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