Debra BrodowskiCorporate Psychological Services National Manager
Debra has had over 20 years of psychological consulting experience. Debra is employed as National Manager, Psychological Services at the Centre for Corporate Health and the Corporate Psychological Services Manager at Resilia, joining our team in May 2004.
Debra has dedicated her career to helping individuals and workplaces to better function. Debra has a broad range of psychological , management and human resource consulting experience, and has focussed her energy on the areas of workplace stress, emotional resilience, workplace mental health, and improving functioning from an individual and organisational perspective.
At the Centre for Corporate Health, Debra provides psychological and management consultancy services to a range of organsiations to assist them to improve well-being, motivation, and quality of working life to their team. Debra works with a wide range of employees, from team member level through to Senior Executives, in the areas of psychological assessments, emotional resilience, mental health, career, and leadership and management skills.
At the present time, Debra also conducts research in the area of individual resilience and well being, and the drivers of enhancing such features in people.
Prior to commencing with the Centre for Corporate Health, Debra worked as the National Human Resources Manager/ Corporate Psychologist for a large multi-disciplined recruitment consulting firm.
Debra has a Bachelor of Arts Degree with Honours in Psychology from the University of Adelaide, as well as a Masters Degree in Organisational Psychology from the University of Western Australia. Debra is a registered Psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia since 1998 and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society, College of Organisational Psychologists and the International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA).
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