Rachel ClementsCo-founder & Director of Psychological Services

Professional Experience

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.


  • Resilience in the workplace: How it helps with recovery from psychological injury

    Workplaces can be unpredictable, challenging and stressful environments. They can truly test an individual’s mental health. But there are ways to strengthen and enhance how people ride out these waves of difficulty. The answer is resilience-building interventions, which over the last several years have become integral to every stage of an organisation’s well-being journey.

    June 29, 2022
  • How empowering staff can help improve and sustain their mental health and recovery

    The idea of resilience has taken on greater significance in recent times. Over the last two years, organisations have had to adapt rapidly to a host of challenges and continue to grapple with how they can remain profitable and resilient through current and future risks.

    June 20, 2022
  • Psychological Rehabilitation Case Study: Bill  

    Our most recent case study comes from Resilia rehabilitation consultant, John Harpham, who has demonstrated his utmost hard work and dedication to support his client with a proactive return to work strategy, that has led him to successfully supporting his client back to work. 

    May 5, 2022
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