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Our Resilience Consultants are all passionate about helping our clients develop a culture of Resilience and Wellbeing 

Gareth Roberts

Commercial Director

Over two decades in Life Sciences, Gareth developed a no nonsense reputation for delivering results in high-stakes commercial negotiations, developing teams with the resilience to thrive in this high pressure environment.

Working for Brass Tacks, Gareth thoroughly enjoys helping our clients develop the tools they need to resist stress and thrive in the modern workplace.

Gareth Roberts
Paddy Patterson

Paddy Patterson

Senior Resilience Consultant

Paddy brings a wealth of experience to his facilitation and coaching, having enjoyed over 20 years in Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare as a coach, mentor, trainer and senior leader.  

His real passion is people and how he can help them develop, grow and become more successful in both business and life. CIPD qualified, winner of a National Training Award and subsequent judge of this competition, he has a strong background in learning and development.

Paddy is an RQi™ Master Practitioner and specialises in supporting clients with Change Management and Team Development. 


Dr Carly Sandercombe

Practitioner Health Psychologist

Carly has a wealth of experience in the field of Psychology, having worked at Psychology Wales designing and facilitating corporate mental health wellbeing courses, facilitating group psychological courses, working with large organisations to reduce ill mental health in the workplace, and working with clients on a one-to-one basis using the CBT and psychological models to reduce ill mental health.

Previous roles at Connect Psychology and Oasis Talk gave Carly experience of using cognitive behavioural therapy in group settings with people experiencing common mental health difficulties such as depression, anxiety, and low self-esteem.


As a private psychologist Carly works in her local community offering psychological therapy and is also an Associate Lecturer at the University of the West of England within the Psychology department. 

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