organisational psychology

We understand workplace psychology

For most, the drive to work is innate, an intrinsic part of being human. Work provides purpose, community, growth and stability, but why does our relationship with work sometimes resemble an addiction? Where does that inner drive to work and create come from, and why does it sometimes feel like an obsession?

We’re behavioural science specialists who apply our understanding of people and workplace psychology to create more sustainable and fulfilling workplaces.

We love addressing complex questions about people at work. 

coaching psychology

A practical approach to change & growth

Along with our innate drive to work, most of us have an inbuilt motivation to learn and grow. To achieve important goals, it helps to have a strong support team on your side. Coaching psychologists use their understanding of psychology, behaviour change and coaching processes to help others to be accountable to themselves in achieving their goals.

We help people get what they want out of work and life.

team science

Working with people can be challenging

Working with other people in groups and teams is one of the most complex things we do. To address challenges of today’s world, the ability for people to work together effectively is increasingly critical and yet, developing effective teamwork skills is prioritised less in most organisations than individual leadership ability.

We’ve been studying the science of team effectiveness for over a decade and have learnt a few things about what makes teams work (or not). We can help you identify what needs to change to make your teams more impactful.

We help teams work effectively.

Introducing our Founder and Principal Psychologist

Amelia Twiss, MPsych (Org), FASLM, GMBPsS, MISCP Accred

Amelia believes there’s a science to living a fulfilling life. Recognising the role of work in this, she helps people understand and connect with their inner drive to ‘work’ in a sustainable way. Amelia works with senior leaders who want to lead their teams well and to make an impact through their work. Bringing more than 10 years’ experience in behaviour change consulting, she understands a few things about workplace psychology. Ready to make an impact?