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I specialise in writing value-packed, well-researched articles and blog posts. I can take complex topics and make them accessible for the general reader.
I’ve been writing for the web since 2007. I’ve had thousands of articles published online, and one book in print.
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I can quickly research and turn around work on any topic area, but I have unique expertise and experience in a few fields.
- I have a Degree in psychology and a master’s degree in positive psychology
- Nearly 200 posts and over a million unique visits to Generally Thinking, my own psychology blog
- Former Head of Content at Psychological Technologies, a tech startup
I use my background in psychology to inform my self-improvement articles, to keep them grounded in psychological science. I've previously worked as a researcher for a leadership consultancy, and I've written for the Institute of Coaching, a Harvard Medical School affiliate.
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