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Paul is a Chartered and Registered clinical psychologist and an Accredited Aviation psychologist based in Scotland. He is a member of the European Association for Aviation Psychology, and part of the British Psychological Society expert group on aviation psychology. He had a successful career in both clinical and organisational psychological consulting, specialising in top team and leadership development. Over the last ten years he has mainly worked as a consultant psychologist in the aviation industry with manufacturers such as Safran and Leonardo, and operators including CHC Helicopter, Jet2.com and Titan Airways. In this role Paul works globally on aircrew psychological assessment, aircrew support, CRM and aviation mental health and well-being promotion. He has presented at safety-related conferences and seminars including twice at the CHC Safety and Quality Summit in Canada, the EASA Rotorcraft Symposium in Germany, the CIEHF Human Factors in Aviation Safety Conference and the British Helicopter Association Safety Day, both in the UK. He has a number of publications to his name in aviation journals, and contributed a chapter to the recently published book on Pilot Mental Health: Assessment and Support.