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. 

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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