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Consultancy helps us to review and improve our work, and be more efficient


Working as a head of counselling services for over 16 years, and supporting colleagues through national executive positions, I have first-hand experience of managing many challenging situations, leading teams through complex changes and restructures. This sparked my interest first in coaching, then in organisational dynamics, so I could help others facing similar challenges.

I will bring this unique outlook to my consultancy work by helping you:

  • Promote mental health and wellbeing in your organisation

  • Develop a mental health and wellbeing strategy

  • Improve staff resilience

  • Support a diverse work-force

  • Prepare staff to leave or return international placements

  • Develop team cohesion

Understand, identify and address issues that are holding you back in your organisation


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  • Head of Counselling, Cambridge University, overseeing a team of over 40 staff

  • Past Chair BACP Universities & Colleges Division

  • Past Chair of the national group for Heads of University Counselling Services (HUCS)

  • Member of the Education Transitions Network Department for Education

  • Mental Health Foundation development board committee

  • Student Counselling Service Manager, Birmingham City University

  • Acting Manager and Senior Practitioner, Aquarius Community Alcohol Team, Birmingham

  • Consultancies in banking, theatre and many universities


On application
In addition, I charge travel and accommodation,

where required, when working away from Cambridge.


‘It has been a pleasure working with Géraldine. Her sector knowledge and professional expertise has significantly supported the development of our student-facing services. Her insight is well informed by current sector drivers; the delivery of her work has always been of a high standard. Information is delivered in a calm and supportive way and in the timeframes required. I would not hesitate to work with Géraldine on any future projects we might pursue.’

James Saward, Head of Student Health and Wellbeing - City, University of London

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