Amelia FloresNational Operations Manager & Senior Consultant Psychologist

Amelia has extensive experience working with clients in both therapeutic and assessment settings, within public and private sector organisations, having over 17 years’ experience as a psychologist.

Currently Amelia is the National Operations Manager and Senior Consultant Psychologist for Centre for Corporate Health, and oversees the management of The Resilience Box Program and Corporate Rehabilitation Services for Resilia. She continues to provide a range of psychological consulting services including counselling and coaching services to a range of clients and provides resilience training and mental health first aid across industries including banking and finance, law, consulting and media. For the past ten years, she has been involved in triaging trauma and managing complex mental health concerns across all industries, and providing therapeutic intervention and support.

Amelia is the National Operations Manager and Senior Consultant Psychologist for Centre for Corporate Health, and oversees the management of The Resilience Box Program for Resilia.

Amelia commenced her career as a psychologist working for a not-for-profit organisation providing counselling services and group therapy for adult woman.  This role offered Amelia the opportunity to develop strong therapy based skills in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT).

Amelia works with Adults, Adolescents and Couples, and specialises in depression, anxiety, self-esteem, women’s health, parenting, pre and post-natal support, relationship issues (both individual and couples) and life coaching. She also works with individuals within the gender identity space.

Amelia has published media articles in areas such as workplace stress, resilience, parenting, mental health and organisational functioning.

publications

  • Vicarious trauma- a silent hazard on the rise?

    Vicarious trauma in the workplace is a silent hazard, and it’s on the increase. Traditionally, a risk reserved for industries such as emergency services, the Covid-19 pandemic and the prevalence of natural disasters, has seen vicarious trauma emerge in many different sectors. We are now seeing workers being constantly exposed to other people’s stress and anxiety, grief, loss, and trauma.

    May 20, 2022
  • Establishing an upward cycle during challenging times  

    Figuring out our own positive strategies (“our emergency relief kit”) to readily draw upon during tough times can boost our wellbeing and circuit break a downward spiral

    May 11, 2022
  • The oracle: building mentally healthy workplaces through prevention  

    As hybrid work arrangements become the norm, how then can organisations ensure that their most important asset- their people – stay well, not just physically, but psychologically as well?

    May 5, 2022
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