ABOUT US

Meet our dedicated team of Honorary Vice President, director, trainers and consultants at Coaching and Mentoring Asia, 2wardsustainability LLP. Your success is our success. We are here to support and guide you through your Continuing Professional Development/Education (CPD/E) in coaching psychology.

Dr. Ho Law, PhD

Dr. Ho Law, PhD

CPsychol, CSci, AFBPsS, MISCP (Accred), CMgr FCMI, FHEA, FRSM

Honorary Vice President

Dr. Ho Law is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist, Chartered Scientist, Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, a founding member and Chair (2010) of the BPS Special Group in Coaching Psychology, Accredited Member of the International Society of Coaching Psychology, Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute, Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine.

 

With over 28 years of experience in psychology and management consultancy, Ho has delivered numerous workshops/conference seminars, and carried out consultancy work in the UK and many countries (the East and West). Ho values diversity in people, respects their culture and believes in equal opportunities for all. He is passionate about helping people to develop their talents and achieve their full potential through coaching and mentoring.

Christin Tan

Christin Tan, MBA, MSc, MCoun

MBPsS, MISCP, MSPS

Programme Director and Coaching Psychologist

Christin Tan has worked in the private, public and voluntary sector across different industries, including banking and finance, correctional services, and education. She dropped out of college and started working at a young age. Having gone through a difficult period in her life, she went on to be trained as a counsellor (MCoun), and in her early career has worked with many troubled teens, helping them to transition successfully into adulthood.

 

More recently, Christin has travelled and worked in non-traditional domains, having obtained an MBA (Entrepreneurial Management) and MSc (Occupational Psychology). She uses Industrial-Organisational Psychology to help those who help others, and is actively involved in Social Technopreneurship and fourth sector work in Asia.

 

A founding member of Coaching and Mentoring Asia, 2wardustainability, and book author to ‘Entrepreneurial Personality for a Sustainable Competitive Advantage’, Christin is passionate to promote and advance coaching psychology and industrial-organisational psychology in Asia.

Owen Yeoh

Owen Yeoh, MBA

PGDip Marketing

Trainer and Consultant

Owen Yeoh holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Hull. Having set up two training consultancy firms, he firmly believes in the continuous upgrading and re-skilling of the individual. Also holding a Post-Graduate Diploma in Marketing, the field of marketing is a passion to him. This appreciation of business is apparent in his learning solutions as his main focus is always on how learning impacts the effectiveness of an organisation.

 

Owen is a sought-after trainer and has been instrumental in running the national train-the-trainers programme, ACTA (Advanced Certificate in Training and Assessment). This programme equips trainers with the basic understanding and competency to run the national Workforce Skills Qualification (WSQ) programmes. His time is also spent leading a pool of programme developers to customise in-house training programmes for organisations from various industries.

 

Effectively bilingual in English and Malay, and a certified MBTI practitioner, Owen is able to work with participants from different levels of the organisation. In his capacity, he has helped organisations implement system-wide operations-level solutions, as well as management-level training intervention.

Mridgandha Solapurkar (Meeta)

Mridgandha Solapurkar (Meeta)

MA in Applied Psychology (Organisational Psychology)

Trainer and Consultant

Meeta is a consulting psychologist, facilitator, educator, leadership and career coach and counsellor. She started her career with Tata Motors, India as a part of the corporate HR team, and has been coaching and working with educators, students, and corporate

executives from automotive, engineering and multinational banks for over 15 years. She enjoys working in a multicultural environment and strives to ‘empower, enrich and enable people to achieve their true potential.’

 

Meeta holds a Masters degree (M.A.) in Applied Psychology (Organisational Psychology) as well as a Bachelors degree in Psychology from the University of Bombay and a Diploma in Counselling from Kaplan, Singapore.

 

She is certified in psychometric instruments such as MBTI where she specialises in writing customised personality profiles and Workplace Big Five Profile (WB5P).

Zorica Patel

Zorica Patel, MSc

CPsychol, PGCHE, FHEA

Trainer and Consultant

Zorica acquired her first degree in Economics from the University of Belgrade. After moving to the UK, she gained a Psychology degree at the Open University.  She obtained her MSc in Occupational and Organisational Psychology at the University of East London in 2004. She has commenced her Professional Doctorate in Occupational and Organisational Psychology at the University of East London in 2011. The main area of her research is Talent Management Practices in organisations.

 

Her other professional qualifications include the Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching in Higher Education (PGCHE) acquired from the University of Westminster in 2009 and a Diploma in Coaching for Enhanced Performance from the Newcastle College. She is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

 

Zorica is a Chartered Occupational and a Registered Coaching Psychologist in the British Psychological Society (BPS) and a full member of the Division of Occupational Psychology. She is an accredited Level A and Level B BPS psychometric test administrator.

Dr. Vicky Ellam-Dyson, PhD

Dr. Vicky Ellam-Dyson, PhD

CPsychol, MISCP

​Trainer and Coaching Psychologist​

Vicky’s interest in coaching psychology was encouraged by her work as a consultant and trainer in the IT industry, and her exposure to behavioural theories during a BSc Psychology programme.

Vicky’s biggest personal commitment to coaching psychology is her undertaking of a full-time PhD, looking at how to change leadership behaviours through executive coaching to prevent leadership derailment. The research looks at the use of psychological approaches in coaching, particularly at the idea that core beliefs affect behaviour and that by assisting in uncovering and disputing unhelpful core beliefs, coaches can facilitate their clients in achieving sustained positive behaviour change. In addition to the research, she runs her own coaching practice and presents lectures on coaching psychology at City University.

 

She is a member (and past Chair) of the British Psychological Society’s Special Group in Coaching Psychology, and a counsel member of the International Society of Coaching Psychology. Now a Trainer with Coaching and Mentoring Asia, Vicky enjoys being part of an enthusiastic team who are committed to the future of coaching psychology in Asia.

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