Farnaz Namin is a private psychologist with specialties in both in clinical and Industrial/Organizational Psychology at the Center for Work Life (http://www.centerforworklife.com), a Coaching and Consulting firm in Central Florida. In addition to private practice, she has 18 years of experience in Human Resources and Organization consulting and serves as an Expert forensic evaluator involving employment law cases and a Deception Expert with special training in facial coding.
Within her consulting practice, she serves as a change agent with medium-large size organizations, implementing human capital change as well as coaching executives and Organizations on best HR practices. She serves on various public policy and regulatory governing panels including her role as the Florida Key Psychologist, representing the Florida Psychological Association in state and federal workforce regulatory planning and legislature.
She is regularly sought as an expert speaker for topics such as Communication, diversity in workforce planning, work-life balance, leadership and much more. She is invited as a panel expert on media networks such as FOX, HLN, and scientific publications for trade and professional magazines, such as the Huffington Post, Boston Herald, and The New York Post.