Occupational psychology deals with the relationships between different work subjects and organisational contexts, highlighting the personal, interpersonal and situational factors that act in the construction of individual and collective relationships. Occupational psychology studies the behaviour of people in a given work situation and in carrying out their professional activity. The objective of occupational psychology is to specifically promote corporate and individual occupational well-being.
The Occupational Psychologist also deals with business coaching and supports individuals or a group to reach the highest level of their performance capabilities. To achieve this, it is necessary to define the areas in which to intervene and the objectives to be pursued. This service can be requested by any professional to improve his or her performance in professional life and is also a vehicle for change and growth that enables immediate and extremely productive results for a company.
The Occupational Psychologist is scientifically trained to help people deal with very important issues in working life such as mobbing, burnout, work-related stress and so on.