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Early intervention and support for people who experience workplace bullying
Join our panel as we discuss how collaborative mental health care and early intervention may help support people who are experiencing bullying in the workplace.

Watch this facilitated panel discussion of Mary's story to be better equipped to:

• define what is meant by workplace bullying and harassment and understand the legal context including how to report, where to notify and how to access information on bullying and harassment

• implement best practice and strategies to improve successful early intervention to better support people experiencing bullying in the workplace

• identify challenges, tips and strategies in providing a collaborative response to supporting social and emotional well-being of people experiencing bullying in the workplace.

This webinar has been made possible from funding provided by Safe Work Australia.

Learn more about Safe Work Australia by visiting www.swa.gov.au


Panel List

Review the interdisciplinary panel of experts' bios:

  • Dr. Nigel Strauss (Occupational Psychiatrist, Victoria)
  • Dr. Anne Wyatt (OH&S consultant, New South Wales)
  • Dr. Peter Cotton (Psychologist, Victoria)
  • Dr. Neil Ozanne (General Practitioner/Occupational Physician, Western Australia)


  • Dr Lyn O'Grady (Psychologist, Victoria)


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