Tegan DelvesTeam Leader & Rehabilitation Consultant
Tegan has experience working as a Rehabilitation Consultant for two years in the compensable scheme, particularly working with same-employer services, and medical management. She has recently been promoted to Resilia Team Leader due to her accomplishments with her workers compensation claims and her leadership abilities.
In the worker’s compensation space, Tegan has worked across both new-employer, same-employer and medical management claims. Due to her employment background, Tegan is also able to effectively manage physical claims with secondary psychological diagnoses. In the same-employer space, Tegan is skilled in resolving an injured workers psychological injury for a swift return to work. Tegan has extensive experience conducting Initial Assessments, Return to Work Plans, Workplace Meetings including Facilitated Discussion, and Strategic Medical Case Conferences. For new-employer services, Tegan has experience conducting Vocational Assessments, Vocational Counselling and Job Seeking Appointments. Additionally, Tegan delivers the Resilient Me psycho-education wellbeing program, designed by Resilia psychologists to assist an injured worker to build resilience, enhance recovery and prevent relapse.
Tegan had various roles and experience in the sports industry for the five years prior to entering the occupational rehabilitation industry. She has experience in sports psychology and development with Cricket NSW and the NRL. Tegan developed and refined her case management, vocational counselling and job-seeking skills whilst working in the sports industry, assisting athletes in building a future beyond their athletic careers. She has a passion for assisting people with physical and psychological challenges in life.
- Bachelor of Science (Psychology) – Wollongong University
- Workforce Essentials Certificate – Charles Sturt University
- Post Graduate Certificate of Sport Science – Victoria University
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