Katie ReevesConsultant Psychologist & Shared Services Team

Katie is a consultant psychologist and Client Services Manager at the Centre for Corporate Health as well as part of the Shared Services Team. She is responsible for triaging and allocating EAP appointments, provision of EAP services, psychological assessments and mental health and wellbeing training. She is passionate about effective management of our EAP operations and ensuring that clients (both business and individual) receive the highest quality service when engaging with CFCH.

Katie is the EAP Account Manager responsible for managing day-to-day operations for our EAP clients.

Katie has over six years’ experience in clinical psychology across a range of settings, including inpatient and outpatient hospital settings and not-for-profit organisations such as Headspace. Experience includes psychological assessment, short term psychological intervention, developing and facilitating psychological group programs.

Katie has worked as a Lecturer in postgraduate Psychology at the Sydney Business School and as a Business Development Trainer in the Technology Industry. She has six years’ experience in corporate business development and key account management.

publications

  • Men’s Health Week 2020

    Did you know these facts about the men in your life? We are celebrating Men’s Health Week this year, from 15 – 21 June 2020; and this year’s theme is all about working together for mental health and preventing suicide. What you might not have known is that men make up six out of eight

    June 15, 2020
  • What’s your new normal?

    It’s time to adjust our sails as we head through rough seas, in an effort to carve out our new normal. Chances are, you have now been asked to work from home (WFH) for the foreseeable future and while many of us have already experienced working from home occasionally, most are not used to this

    March 24, 2020
  • COVID-19: Psychosocial risks your workplace should be addressing

    As businesses around the globe activate their business continuity plans in response to the virus, it’s important that while we try our best to mitigate the physical risks, that we also consider the psychosocial risks at play.

    March 16, 2020
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