Gerry Keegan BA (Hons) LLB MSc is Managing Director of ‘Psychology Works Scotland’, a limited company incorporated by guarantee that uses the science of mind and behaviour to assist individuals and business overcome issues, and maximise their potential.
Gerry is a Clinical Hypnotherapist, a Master Practitioner in Neuro-Linguistic Programming, an Accredited Life Coach and Motivation Trainer.
A former lecturer, senior lecturer and Assistant Head of Faculty Gerry has developed, taught and assessed psychology in Scotland for nearly 30 years. Gerry is a Graduate Member of the British Psychological Society. He is a former Principal Assessor for all levels of SQA NQ Psychology, Reviewer for HN Psychology, and the founder member and first Chair of the Association for the Teaching of Psychology (Scotland).
Gerry is a best selling author. His works include the highly acclaimed ‘Higher Psychology: Approaches & Methods’ published by Hodder and Stoughton in June 2002, and ‘Higher Psychology’ 2nd Edition published by Hodder Gibson in 2009.
He is the Editor of an innovative CD ROM in Cognitive Psychology produced by the Scottish Learning Resources Consortium, and has also contributed to the SCHOLAR Higher Psychology e-learning platform at Heriot Watt University.
He has written for amongst others The British Psychological Society, The Journal of the Association for the Teaching of Psychology, The International Journal of Stress Management. The Psychology Review and The Times Educational Supplement Scotland. He is the Psychology Correspondent for NewsTalk Radio Dublin, and The Buccaneer in North East Scotland.
He has presented and talked at conferences across Britain and South Africa.
He is a Training Manager with Glasgow Celtic Football Club, the PR Officer for the Camglen Fairtrade Steering Group in Glasgow, and sits on a Cross-Party Committee in the Scottish Parliament.
What the people say!
‘Gerry’s enthusiasm for Psychology is only surpassed by his anecdotal stories, every one of which are hilariously memorable and prescient.’
‘You truly are an inspiration Gerry!’
‘I wish I had a fraction of your motivation or ability’.
‘You have so many strings to your bow. Everyone should be inspired as you show that it’s never too late to learn’.
‘I would never have achieved what I have without you Gerry. Thank you’.