Lucy Rattrie is a Chartered Psychologist and consultant, passionate about creating health, happiness and wellbeing in workplaces around the world. She is certified in psychological assessments, as a psychological profiler, risk assessor and psychological coach in health, stress, emotional intelligence, values and performance and loves applying this through coaching and programs to enable people to achieve wellness.
With a scholarship funded PhD in business travel wellbeing, completed from Geneva, she continues to lecture, research, write and speak on topics of positive psychology and wellness, particularly in the workplace or contexts of travel and is a fan of using her research skills to uncover new, inspiring insights for better organizational decisions, direction and sustainability.
Her work has been presented at various international conferences, she is a reviewer for and published in peer-reviewed journals, a member of the Institute of Travel Management, Global Business Travel Association, British Psychological Society, International Society Coaching Psychology, European Association Work and Organizational Psychology and a Community Leader for International Positive Psychology Association.
On a personal level, she has lived in 6 countries, traveled to 51 and day-to-day, lives and breathes wellbeing with everything from nutritional and lifestyle medicine, brain training, to feeding the soul planning an adventure. She is an occasional BBC TV presenter on adventure sports, even appearing on the front cover of the biggest selling triathlon magazine (220 Triathlon) and loves to clear her mind with endless remote trail running, mountain sports, adventure racing, bike-packing and long-distance triathlon, balanced with yoga, burying her head in books or exploring the world.