Penny MyerscoughSenior Consultant Psychologist

Penny is a Senior Consultant Psychologist at the Centre for Corporate Health, and is one of the most sort after program facilitators for training on mental health, mental toughness, family and domestic violence and many other wellbeing topics. With a charismatic facilitation style and a unique ability to engage her audience, Penny has built a name for herself to motivate even the most disengaged groups. Penny is at her best in front of an audience and has a talent for getting participants in her programs to look inwards, take stock and leave with greater self-awareness on how they can improve their personal wellbeing as well as that of their teams.

“Bringing your whole person to work and feeling safe to do so… now that’s a place we all want to work.” Penny Myerscough

Penny’s work with senior executives and leadership teams is always focused on how they can engage their supportive leadership style to set the tone for open, honest and authentic communication within their organisations. In this psychologically safe environment, employees are able to flourish.

publications

  • ‘See what you made me do’ – A mandatory watch for all of us

    May has been Family and Domestic Violence Awareness Month and SBS has raised awareness with the premiere of their three-part series ‘See what you made me do’. Journalist Jess Hill, breaks down the searing questions we have about this horrifying deep-rooted epidemic of family and domestic violence in Australia.

    May 25, 2021
  • Is vicarious trauma a psychosocial risk in my workplace?

    Gone are the days whereby trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and vicarious trauma are terms reserved only for emergency personnel or those in the military. Whilst these professions do have higher rates of both PTSD and vicarious trauma, it is well acknowledged that some professional services roles are also at risk of developing symptoms of vicarious trauma in the workplace.

    April 14, 2021
  • Anxiety when returning to the office

    As employees start back at work after a much-needed summer holiday, many workplaces have started the transition back into the office. Whilst this will be a gradual process, some employees may be feeling slightly uneasy or anxious about returning to the office.

    January 28, 2021
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