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Vicki Carss

Vicki Carss

Business Psychologist at Robertson Cooper

Meet Vicki, an esteemed Chartered Occupational Psychologist who radiates a genuine passion for wellbeing and unlocking individuals’ potential in the workplace. With her wealth of experience, she has collaborated with global organisations, leveraging her expertise to design, implement, and evaluate innovative workplace wellbeing solutions.

Vicki possesses a remarkable ability to drive change, dedicating herself to educating leaders, HR professionals, and line managers on the pivotal role of mental health and wellbeing in fostering a positive organisational culture and achieving tangible business outcomes. Her knack for articulating the significance of these factors has empowered countless organisations to embrace a holistic approach to employee wellbeing.

For over a decade, Vicki has been at the forefront of the neurodiversity field. Her extensive experience encompasses the assessment and coaching of neurodivergent adults, enabling them to thrive in their professional lives. Recognising the need for expanded support, Vicki has played a pivotal role in creating accessible solutions, including the development of training content for online learning platforms dedicated to neurodiversity. A notable achievement is her leadership in spearheading the industry-first accreditation for good practice in neurodiversity, known as Neurodiversity Smart, for organisations.

Vicki’s commitment to professional excellence is evident through her registrations with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and her esteemed status as a Chartered member of the British Psychological Society (BPS). Furthermore, she currently holds the influential position of Chair for the Division of Occupational Psychology in Scotland, showcasing her prominent role within the field.

Combining her deep expertise, unwavering dedication to wellbeing, and a genuine desire to make a positive impact, Vicki continues to shape the landscape of occupational psychology. Her relentless advocacy for the integration of wellbeing practices into workplaces worldwide establishes her as a true champion of positive change.