About Me

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About Me 2019-03-05T16:02:33+00:00

My name is Allison Lindsay. I am a business psychologist with deep experience in the corporate world. I work with individuals and organisations to build resilience, drive performance and enhance wellbeing.

I have a deep personal interest in wellbeing including how we can build resilience and increased capability to cope with the challenging and sometimes overwhelming world in which we live.

The work-life balance competency framework I developed during my Masters degree was recognised by the British Psychological Society. This prize winning work has been one of the studies considered likely to make the most valuable contribution to the field of occupational psychology in the 21st century, and has subsequently been published.


MSc Occupational Psychology
CTI (Coaches Training Institute) qualified professional coach
Certified Embodied Facilitator
Certified Grief Recovery Specialist®
Transformational Breath® Certified Facilitator
Transformational Breath® Group Leader


McDowall, A and Lindsay, A (2013) Work-life Balance in the Police: The Development of a Self-management Competency Framework Journal of Business and Psychology, 29 (3). pp. 397-411.

Professional Affiliations

Principal Practitioner, The Association for Business Psychology
Member, Transformational Breath Foundation UK

My Background

I have significant experience in the corporate world, having worked across multiple industries including insurance, finance, energy, aviation and healthcare. As a business psychologist my focus is on engaging and motivating employees through periods of change, developing employer branding and driving culture change. I have a special interest in wellbeing and resilience.

Prior to this, I was Director of Conferences at a FTSE-250 organisation. I led a team responsible for creating and running large international B2B events bringing together key players from the global finance and energy industries. During my tenure we were awarded the Queen’s Award for Enterprise – International Trade.


If you would like to find out more about the ways in which the School for Wellbeing can assist you to solve your challenges around employee wellbeing and performance, please get in touch. I would love to have a chat about how we can work together.