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The community is now beginning to realise the insidious nature of bullying and the severe damage it has caused to organisations/individuals. This widespread phenomenon reaches into all corners of the community. Schools, institutions, clubs, social media are caught in the avalanche of bullying...
A large percentage of individual’s carry these “survival” strategies throughout their life and “inappropriate” behaviour manifests in the home, school and work. Bully behaviours can be seen, partly, as a life cycle response to life circumstances.
Thousands of people attend the offices of mental health professionals each year. Many of these have been bullied in the workplace. Many report serious and significant mental health problems including adjustment disorders and PTSD.
Greg has been a practising psychologist for over thirty years. He has worked in senior clinical and management positions in both the state and commonwealth arenas. He has been in private practice for many years. He has held positions in senior clinical roles.
John Weiland has had a lifetime’s experience with human conflict and major trauma. As a Lieutenant Colonel with more than 25 years service in the Army, he saw both active and peace time deployments throughout Australia, Asia, North America, Europe, Africa and the Balkans, either with the Australian Army, the United Nations, or as a civilian advisor with NATO.
Michael has practised as a Social Worker for 37 years with his primary clinical focus being child and family therapy. His combined Degrees in Philosophy, Divinity and Social Work give him unique insights into the importance of integrating the moral and psychological dimensions of personal identity.
Dr Headley has more than 30 years experience in clinical and health psychology, in areas of management, University teaching, and training and in clinical practice, in both the private and public sectors. She has developed expertise in working with complex mental health and health problems. She taught Clinical and Health Psychology at Post-Graduate level at Bond University from 2002 to 2011 and currently works in Private Practice and provides supervision for Psychologists in training.