METANOIA (2010-2012)
Masters in Psychological Coaching with Distinction for dissertation on ‘Nature and Process of Transformational Coaching’. Psychological modalities studied and incorporated into Anne’s coaching and facilitation model: Gestalt, Person-Centred, Psychoanalytic, Sensorimotor, Mindfulness, Neuroscience, Complex Adaptive Systems, and Systemic Constellations.


Accredited Executive Coach at APECS – the Association for Professional Executive Coaching & Supervision.

Completed 2 years of a BA in Person-Centred Counselling Metanoia Institute (2008-2010). Practiced as a Trainee Counsellor at Metanoia Clinical Service

Birkbeck University (2008-2010) – Modules Psychology. Topics studied included: brain neuroplasticity, attachment theory, addiction, hunger & eating, fear & anxiety and positive psychology

Leeds University  B.Eng. Hon. in Electronic Engineering       (1984 – 1987) Specialised in design of telecommunications & computer systems

Gestalt Centre London – Group Facilitation
Modules covered:

  • Group Facilitation Training Intensive
  • Conflict, Challenge & Confrontation In Groups
  • Understanding Group Dynamics
  • Advanced Group Facilitation

BRIEF Solution Focussed Team Coaching – a solution focussed approach based on positive psychology.

Accredited in:

  • Harthill Leadership Development Framework – assessment tool based upon the Seven Levels of Transformation Leadership
  • Strengthscope – Individual and Team assessment tool based upon the ‘Strengths’ aspect of Positive Psychology

Anne’s Publications and Papers:

Dissertation entitled ‘What is the nature and process of transformational coaching?’
March 2012, Metanoia Institute/Department of Psychology, London South Bank University. Awarded distinction.

‘Towards a Model for the Transformation of Leadership in Sales’, P .Squire, A. Feeney, J. Marcos-Cuevas, & L. Drake, Global Sales Science Institute 8th Annual Conference, From Managing the Sale to Managing the Sales Force, London, England June 11 – 13, 2014

‘What is transformational Leadership’ A. Feeney, Published in Training Zone March 2014

‘Why do seven out of 10 change programmes fail?’ A. Feeney, Published in HR Zone 17 June 2013