Fiona Stevens

Fiona is a psychologist registered with AHPRA and with endorsements in clinical and forensic psychologist. She has worked in corrections in Victoria and then at RAAF Base Edinburgh as the Senior Psychologist. She has lectured in both Human Factors and Managing Change In Organisations at the University of SA. She has published a chapter titled “What to do with the Bully?” in the book Neuropsychotherapy and a chapter Ferris P.A., Tilley L., Stevens F., Tanchak S. (2019) The Roles of the Counselling Professional in Treating Targets and Perpetrators of Workplace Bullying. In: D’Cruz P. et al. (eds) Pathways of Job-related Negative Behaviour. Handbooks of Workplace Bullying, Emotional Abuse and Harassment, vol 2. Springer, Singapore She has been in private practice since 1989. She oversees the EAP services provided by Central Psychology Services. She provides clinical services and advice to whole organisations about people issues. Her clinical services include working with ADF personnel, veterans and first responders. She has a specialist training in the areas of PTSD and pain management.


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