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Occupational Psychologists apply psychological knowledge, theory and practice to the world of work. We aim to help organisations get the best performance from their employees and improve their own job satisfaction. Our team of highly experienced, British Psychological Society recognised and Health Professions Council registered associates,  work together to ensure high quality solutions for all our clients. 




Chintha Dissanayake CPsychol. AFBPSs  CSci. MAC
BSc, MSc, PhD, MA (Empl law)

Chartered Psychologist (BPS Division of Occupational Psychology)

Accredited Mediator (Civil Mediation Council)

Registered Career Development Practitioner

Here's how Customers describe Chintha

Chintha is a registered Chartered Psychologist and Founder and Director of Oxford Psychometrics Ltd. Her areas of specialism include Talent Assessment & Development and Conflict Confidence. Over the last 20 years, Chintha has implemented and delivered innovative solutions in human talent management  across the public and private sector.


In 2018, her transformational work within an Educational environment was recognised by the British Psychological Society and was awarded runner up prize at the Division of Occupational Psychology Annual Conference in Stratford Upon Avon,

She has worked with leading private and public organisations including Abbey National, Barclays, C&A retailers, the UK Cabinet Office, Coutts Private Bankers, Civil Aviation Authority, Department of Employment, FORDS of Europe, the Home Office, and Thomson Tour Operators.  

Her degrees include PhD and MSc in Applied Psychology from Cranfield University (UK);  MA in Law and Employment Relations from the Law Faculty of Leicester University (UK); BSc (Hons) in Biology from King's College, University of London (UK).  She is qualified in the use of Occupational and Educational tests, and is highly experienced in the use of 16 Personality Factor inventory, Saville Wave instruments, NEO-PIR. OPQ - all well-established and respected personality inventories, used for occupational & personal development. 

Early in  her  career, Chintha  trained  and  worked  as  a  criminal psychologist  at  one  of  UK's  high  security  young  offender  institutes and  taught  advanced level  psychology  to  young  and  mature students  in Milton Keynes & Oxford Colleges of Higher Education.  Chintha was employed as a higher psychologist  in  the British  Civil  Service for a number of years, consulted on Leadership Development programmes to the Cabinet Office, and has supported law enforcement through psychometric profiling.

Chintha remains academically connected & up-to-date, through her research and extensive participation, including chairing, in professional conferences. She has been contributing to the dissemination of psychological knowledge through various, non profit, Psychology in the community projects in Europe & in Asia. 

Chintha's qualifications & experiences are recognised at the highest level by national & international professional regulatory bodies that control the practice of Psychology, Career Development and Mediation. 

Professional Memberships & recognitions

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Life-time member of CCL 

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