Dr Elizabeth Clancy (she/her)
Senior Consultant – Psychologist (VIC)
Elizabeth is an independent Consultant Psychologist with a strong interest in organisational wellbeing and stress prevention. She enjoys working across a range of roles and projects. As well as private consulting, she also works as a Lecturer at Deakin University, where her teaching focuses on building graduate employability. Her research projects investigate aspects of parenting, and adolescent and young adult wellbeing, particularly online.
Elizabeth enjoys working with others to help build skills and confidence to develop workplace engagement, effectiveness, excellence and wellbeing. She has experience working with individuals, groups and organisations in relation to transition and change.
Elizabeth has considerable experience working in Occupational Health and Safety and Personal injury, particularly around promoting mental health and wellbeing, and minimising the risks of work-related stress and mental illness in the workplace. With a strong background in workplace engagement, she is also experienced working with groups and facilitating workshops for individual and collaborative learning.
Elizabeth’s qualifications include a Masters of Organisational Psychology, where her research focussed on wellbeing and engagement, and an MBA and a Masters of Management in Personal Injury. Her PhD in Psychology at Deakin University focused on online harms in young adults, particularly sex dissemination.
Balancing work, study and raising two daughters in Naarm, she has experienced the professional and personal juggle involved and is aware of the need to Transition Well across and between various life roles. Outside work, she is an active runner and ParkRun devottee and reader, and a musician, singing and playing violin in community orchestras. She tries to monitor and manage her own personal and professional boundaries, but that’s an ongoing challenge!