|Directorate of Psychology, Allerton Building, University of Salford, Frederick Road, Salford, M6 6PU.|
Ashley is a Chartered Psychologist and Senior Lecturer in Psychology specialising in psychological health and functioning in the workplace, conducting projects with public sector employees including healthcare staff, social workers, higher educational employees and national politicians. He has been a media contact for the British Psychological Society for twenty years, also running interactive workshops on improving psychological health at work. Ashley has published three books on well-being at work with Cary Cooper from Lancaster University: 'Surviving the Workplace', 'Organizational Stress Management' (with Val Sutherland) and 'Stress In Turbulent Times'. He has edited a new book called 'The Psychology of Politicians' with Cambridge University Press which features contributions from five European countries about the social, cognitive, well-being and organisational aspects of this intriguing occupational group. From 2000-2006 Ashley led the establishment of the Directorate of Psychology at the University of Salford.
Keynote talk and public discussion with Kathleen Lynch Minister of Health for Ireland, Senator Trevor O'Cloghartaigh from the Dail and Professor Grace Neville from University of Cork
What causes mental health disorders among polticians?
Member of the Division of Occupational Psychology (current)