Rachel ClementsCo-founder & Director of Psychological Services
Rachel Clements is the co-Founder and National Director of Psychological Services and Principal Organisational Psychologist at the Centre for Corporate Health Pty Ltd and Resilia Pty Ltd. Rachel specialises in providing consulting services to range of private and public sector organisations and consults to staff from a variety of levels including senior business directors. Her expertise and engaging training style enables her to work effectively with organisations in managing mental health at work, building and maintaining emotional resilience and leadership and management skills.
Rachel is a key presenter at national and international conferences in the area of emotional resilience, mental health and psychological injury. She is frequently asked for comment by media organisations to discuss areas such as workplace stress, resilience building, mental health, workplace relationships and leadership.
Recognised for her expertise in the area of mental health, Rachel has been invited to be an expert on the R U OK? Day Conversation Think Tank for the last 4 years.
Rachel has a Bachelors degree in Science with Honours in Psychology from the Australian National University and a Masters degree in Organisational Psychology from the University of Western Australia.
Rachel is a registered Psychologist with the NSW Psychology Board and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society and Specialist College of Organisational Psychologists.
Dear Resilia Clients – past and present, Anxious, stressed and chronically isolated – the ramifications of lockdown and restrictions in relation to COVID-19 are set to challenge our wellbeing. That’s why R U OK? Day is an important reminder that everyday should be R U OK? Day. For our clients who are already vulnerable dueSeptember 10, 2020
“Ms Brown* can lift up to 5 kg with her right arm, squat occasionally, and not sit for more than 25% of the work day…”July 3, 2020
Recovery from a mental health setback can be hard at the best of times, so how can we support people in maintaining momentum in their recovery with a pandemic going on? JOHN HARPHAM, provides invaluable advice for keeping recovery on track.April 7, 2020