About Us

About us - Career Development Centre.

Based in the North East of England, Liam Healy & Associates are specialist Occupational Psychologists. We have been providing high quality on-line Career Development Services since 1995. You can read more about us below.

The Career Development Centre is an easy to use site which provides a choice of high quality career development resources at a price within the reach of the private individual. Our Senior Psychologist Liam Healy, has written numerous books and articles designed to help people through psychometric tests (More How To Win at Aptitude Tests, Harper Collins, 2001; and Psychometric Testing for Dummies, John Wiley, pub April 2008).  Liam is also a Chartered Scientist (registered with the Research Council), Chartered Occupational Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. He has held several senior posts within the British Psychological Society including Chief Assessor for the BPS Board of Assessors in Occupational Psychology.

We also develop and publish Psychometric Tests and were one of the first firms in the UK to pioneer On-Line Psychometric Assessment for career development. Although we are based in the UK, we have clients as far a field as South Africa, North and South America, the Middle East and Australia. As well as providing specialist consultancy services to industry we have pioneered the use of the internet to provide high quality Career Development Services at a fraction of the normal corporate cost.

Any unqualified or unregulated individual can offer career guidance services under the title of ‘work’, ‘organisational’, ‘career’ or ‘business’ psychologist. However, the title ‘Occupational Psychologist’ is protected in law and only those who have reached the qualification threshold for registration with the HCPC and hold current HCPC Registration are allowed to use it.

We are Chartered members of the British Psychological Society and registered with the HCPC as Occupational Psychologists (the HCPC is the UK Government’s Regulatory Body for Psychologists).