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.
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