Carson is a business psychologist, specialising in leadership assessment, development and advisory. Carson has worked closely with organisations to design, deliver and roll out successful leadership development programmes. She has worked with senior leaders and leadership teams across multiple industries to improve their effectiveness, build meaningful careers and lead through turbulent times. She has experience working with clients spanning financial services, public and private sectors, notably within technology and telecommunications, cyber security, investment banking, legal, and professional services firms. She is passionate about supporting leaders find value and purpose in their work so that they can harness their full potential and lead fulfilling lives.
Carson has also worked with organisations to assess and refresh their global wellbeing strategies to improve employee experience and performance. She has worked with senior leaders and teams to develop resilience, to thrive under pressure and during times of disruption. She is experienced in designing and delivering evidence-based wellbeing initiatives and resilience programmes to prevent work-related burnout and drive peak performance.
Carson has a first-class BSc in Psychology from the University of Glasgow, and an MSc in Occupational Psychology from Goldsmiths, University of London. She received a Postgraduate Certificate with distinction in coaching at Birkbeck University. She is also trained in third-wave Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and uses the fundamentals of positive psychology, mindfulness and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) in her coaching practice.
American by background, Carson has lived and worked across the UK, Ireland and Switzerland and is now based in South London. Outside of work, Carson is a keen traveller, baker and theatre-goer.
“Carson is a thoughtful and dynamic coach. She is highly inquisitive, getting to the root of issues with thorough questioning. Carson finds solutions quickly due to her vast knowledge on theory and literature in her field. I would highly recommend Carson to anyone seriously wanting to improve themselves personally and professionally.”