0414 734 840
The Darling Street Practice,
Level 1, 215 Darling Street,
Balmain NSW 2041
Keryl Egan is a registered clinical psychologist and a member of the Clinical College in the Australian Psychological Society (APS) , the Australian Clinical Psychologists Association (ACPA) and is Adjunct Faculty at the Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM, UNSW).
Keryl provides psychotherapy and counselling which are proven and effective ways of helping people to resolve trauma, conflict and emotional difficulties and problems in relationships at home or at work. Contemporary psychodynamic therapy goes beyond symptom relief and works with the whole person. It may take the form of a journey of self-discovery and an exploration of the patterns and experiences in one's life or it may mean acquiring the knowledge and skills needed to develop one's full potential and to improve relationships with others. Each therapeutic journey is unique and ultimately opens up possibilities for new growth.
Keryl has a special interest in people's relationship to their work, the meaning it has for them and how they can maximise their capabilities and work satisfaction. She works with individuals who are suffering from abuse and bullying at work as well as with those who are seeking to understand allegations against them and who wish to improve their relationships.
She provides workshops on workplace stress and bullying as well as courses in communication and influencing skills.
Keryl is co-author of the book Workplace Bullying by Joseph Catanzariti, Vice President of the Fair Work Commission published by LexisNexis, 2015. The book provides a combined psychological and legal perspective on workplace bullying.