Julianne Miles MBA, MSc, CPsychol
Julianne is the founder of Career Psychologists. She has a passion for helping people to develop careers they enjoy which play to their strengths and allow them time for their personal life.
Julianne is an Occupational and Coaching Psychologist who specialises in careers. She combines extensive experience of coaching with a real-world understanding of business. Prior to retraining as a Chartered Psychologist, she worked for eleven years in strategy consultancy and in senior management roles in consumer goods strategy and marketing. She has lived and worked in the UK, France and Australia. She is a mother of two children and appreciates the challenges and rewards of maintaining a satisfactory work-life balance.
Julianne has an MBA with distinction from INSEAD and an MSc with distinction in Organisational Psychology. She is a registered Occupational Psychologist, an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and a member of the Association for Coaching. She has a Psychology of Coaching Practitioner Diploma from the Academy of Executive Coaching and has completed training in a variety of coaching approaches, focusing on a strengths-based perspective. She is qualified to adminster and interpret a range of ability and personality instruments. Julianne is a recommended MBA alumni career coach for INSEAD and Cranfield and a course tutor on the CCS Core Skills career counsellor training programme.
Alongside Career Psychologists Julianne co-founded and runs Women Returners Ltd, which works with individuals and organisations to enable professional women to return to satisfying work after a long career break. She frequently speaks at conferences and other events on the psychological side of career transition and returning to work after a career break.
Emma Donaldson-Feilder MA, MSc, CPsychol
Emma is the principal coach at Career Psychologists. She is passionate about supporting individuals to make choices and changes to enhance their work and life.
Emma is a Coaching Psychologist who provides coaching for people considering or embarking on a career transition, to senior managers and executives, and to those wishing to improve their resilience in the workplace. In addition to her coaching work, she also provides consultancy to organisations and teams, supervision to coaches and mindfulness courses. Her work draws on her 12 years’ previous experience of working in international relations and communications in a variety of organisations in the UK and overseas.
With a particular expertise in leadership and management, and their links to workplace health and wellbeing and employee engagement, Emma takes a strongly evidence-based approach, drawing on her own and others’ research to ensure she supports effective outcomes for clients. She is involved in research, in collaboration with a number of academic institutions, looking at a range of issues relating to leadership, management and workplace health and wellbeing.
Emma has an MSc with distinction in Organisational Psychology and a Diploma in Coaching, and is trained as a Mindfulness Teacher. Emma is an Occupational Psychologist, Chartered with the British Psychological Society and Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council, and an Accredited Executive Coach with the Association for Professional Executive Coaching and Supervision. She is an Associate Fellow and on the Register of Coaching Psychologists of the British Psychological Society.
In addition, Emma is an author, conference speaker and media commentator, whose writing and presenting includes sharing freely available, research-based, online guidance and tools with a wide range of audiences. She is also active in the public policy domain, aiming to support evidence-based policy-making.
Associates: For larger projects we work with a team of associates, who are all highly qualified and experienced career coaches.