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Dom has worked in financial capability/exclusion for 20 years and has a broad knowledge of vulnerability. TellJO is a scalable evolution of Dom’s work directly supporting vulnerable people who had entered into crisis. Dom identified that if you solve/support the underlying reasons (Vulnerabilities) that lead people to financial stress then you improve payment rates, customer wellbeing and long term resilience. Its Dom’s mission is to radically improve the way companies and government identify and support people with vulnerabilities, reducing cost and improving the lives of the underserved
Commercially driven technical business leader, seasoned developer. Programming polyglot for over 20 years, experienced building everything from websites to distributed CRM platforms, coding in 30+ languages from ASP.net to zsh.Natural strategic decision maker combining commercial and business leadership experience with rare technical knowledge and ability. Expert in the development and use of technology to solve problems, reduce cost and improve performance.A natural g33k.
Richardson, T., Jansen M. & Fitch, C. Financial Difficulties in Bipolar Disorder Part 2: Psychological Correlates and a Proposed Psychological Model. Journal of Mental Health, In Press.Thomas is an accredited Clinical Psychologist and Cognitive Behavioural Therapist and an expert on the relationship between debt/financial difficulties and mental health problems. His research and expertise on finances and mental health has been received attention from the media including the Huffington post, Guardian, Telegraph and BBC Radio 4.For a full list of publications and conference presentations see:https://telljo.org/thomas-richardson-profile/https://telljo.org/financial-difficulties-in-bipolar-disorder/
Richardson, T., Jansen M. & Fitch, C. Financial Difficulties in Bipolar Disorder Part 2: Psychological Correlates and a Proposed Psychological Model. Journal of Mental Health, In Press.
Richardson, T., Jansen M. & Fitch, C. (2014). Financial Difficulties in Bipolar Disorder Part 1: Longitudinal Relationships with Mental Health. Journal of Mental Health. Epub ahead of print: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09638237.2018.1521920
Media:- Interviewed about only and metnal health for The Psychologist Guide to University Lifehttps://thepsychologist.bps.org.uk/volume-30/october-2017/psychologist-guide-university-life