Rachel ClementsDirector of Psychological Services
Rachel is the Director of Psychological Services at the Centre for Corporate Health , which she founded with Tony Bradford, Managing Director, in 1999. As the principal psychologist, Rachel is a sought after conference headliner, requested to speak on all things mental health, resilience and wellbeing. Rachel’s training programs and keynote’s offer a new lens through which employees and executives alike, can shift their attention inward and sharpen their focus on what they can do to create psychologically safe workplaces.
“The biggest predictor of an employee’s wellbeing is the quality of their relationship with their manager.” Rachel Clements
On speed dial for many HR professionals, Rachel is a great support for navigating those difficult employee issues where mental illness, family and domestic violence or other factors are contributing to challenging circumstances in the workplace.
Recognised for her expertise in the field of workplace mental health, mental toughness and wellbeing, Rachel has held a position as an expert panellist on the R U OK? Day Conversation Think Tank since 2014.
White Ribbon Day in 2020 falls on 20 November and it is a day aimed at raising awareness and committing to action to prevent family and domestic violence.November 20, 2020
We’ve seen news footage of the pandemic bringing out the worst in people, with panic buying scuffles in supermarkets, to anti-maskers abusing those in customer service roles across retailers. But in spite of these small groups of people, natural disasters and national emergencies, do often, bring out the best in people. The majority of us turn towards people in our community instead of exhibiting fear based and anti-social behaviour.October 10, 2020
Tuning in means becoming present and aware of what’s happening within ourselves and in the world around us. Our senses are responsible for all of the information that we take in from the outside work.October 8, 2020