Core Aviation Psychology

Experts in aviation and psychology supporting aircrew, air operators and manufacturers through evidence-based psychological practice. 

About

Core Aviation Psychology is a division of Core Business Psychology Ltd. that specialises in services to the defence and aerospace sector,  in particular aircrew psychological assessment and support. Our Managing Partner, Paul Dickens is one of only 7 accredited Aviation Psychologists in the UK. He is a member of the British Psychological Society's expert working group on Aviation Psychology.

High Flying Psychologists

by Paul Dickens 22 Aug, 2017
We are pleased that Christine Farrell has become associated with Core Aviation Psychology. She brings extensive experience as both a commercial helicopter pilot and an organisational psychologist, and strengenths our unrivalled capability in providing psychological services to the rotary-wing sector.
by Paul Dickens 14 Aug, 2017
The recent initiatives on pilot mental health are welcome, and there is a need for similar approaches to the mental health and wellbeing of the real heroes of aviation - the engineers. Please read our paper on ourwebsite Information page.
by Paul Dickens 06 Aug, 2017
That's the first page of our most recent article that appears in the Summer edition of ROTOR magazine ( www.rotor.org) . We'll post a copy here later in the year.
by Paul Dickens 30 Jul, 2017
We've updated the Information page on our website. Click MORE ´╗┐ at the top right of the main page, then ´╗┐Information ´╗┐. On that page you will find downloadable copies of research papers we have presented recently on the psychological characteristics of helicopter pilots and on pilot mental health and support, together with details of the conferences and seminars where we have presented during the last few years.
by Paul Dickens 21 Jul, 2017
The UK Government published this paper today calling for views on a new strategy for aviation covering a number of areas. It can be downloaded from https://aviationstrategy.campaign.gov.uk/ , and comments are sought from all interested groups.
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