Uncommon Knowledge Advisory Board
To ensure Uncommon Knowledge retains its position as leader-in-the-field, and you receive the best training available, we have established an advisory board of experienced professionals from psychology, medicine and education.
Joe Griffin, eminent psychologist, lecturer
Neurology Advisor: Dr David Lewis BSc (Hons) DPhil, FISMA. FINSDT. C. Psychol. is a psychologist, author and award-winning broadcaster. David, a researcher specialising in neuropsychology is a Chartered member of the British Psychological Society and a Fellow of both the International Stress Management Association and the Institute of Directors. His current research interests involve studying changes in brain activity under different stimulus conditions. His many books include The Secret Language of Your Child, Thinking Better, Know Your Own Mind; The Secret Language of Your Handwriting, The Secret Language Of Success, The Doctors’ Heart Attack Recovery Plan, One-Minute Stress Management, The Alpha Plan, Life Unlimited: Peak Performance Past Forty, Ten Minute Time and Stress Management and Information Overload - Practical Strategies for Surviving in Today’s Workplace, The Soul of the New Consumer: Authenticity: What People Buy and Why in the
Psychology advisor: Paul Myszor, Educational Psychologist specialises in working with children and young people with emotional, behavioural difficulties, their teachers and carers. He have taken a lead in East Sussex LEA’s decision to promote emotional literacy in schools and after gaining the Uncommon Knowledge Diploma in 1999, developed a stress management program for teachers and treatment of traumatised children, including refugees.
Training advisor: Ann Clark, Senior Training Manager, NHS. Ann’s career began in physiology research and following a career break she lectured in Colleges of Further Education covering a range of pure and applied science subjects. For the past 20 years she has worked in the field of organisational development and learning in the public and private sector. This has enabled her to develop extensive internal consultancy skills in the provision of a range of learning interventions. She has an in depth knowledge of organisational accreditations such as Investors in People and also those specific to the public sector.
Medical advisor: Liz Evans After studying medicine at Cambridge University, then at St Mary's hospital medical school, London, Liz worked in accident
and emergency before becoming ill with ME. After two years recovering using a holistic approach of diet, acupuncture, CBT, homeopathy and osteopathy she joined the GP training scheme at Princess Royal Hospital. She has worked as a Senior House Officer in psychiatry, obstetrics and gynaecology and general practice. Liz plans to take an MSc in nutritional medicine to enable her to work in a more holistic way than the conventional Western medical model.
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