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Fantastic article on PTSD

This is a must read. Especially as it encompasses not only the perspective of 5 soldiers, but also the clinicians view.

Please click here the view the article by Kumi Taguchi

By |October 7th, 2014|Article|0 Comments

2014 APPEA National Health, Safety and Environment Conference

Ross Cable from Critical Components will be talking about Targeted Stakeholder Management at the 2014 APPEA conference today.

Ross Cable is a resource industry auditor with a strong background in training, analysis and design of approaches to meet the social influence challenges presented by an increasingly interconnected world.Ross built on his military and operational experience with […]

By |September 2nd, 2014|Article|0 Comments

What’s YOUR Potential?

Psychologist Joshua Hawes has worked with and coached some of Australia’s most elite military personnel. He is now encouraging more people to take a long hard look at what they believe they can achieve, to help them identify their full potential.

Most of us don’t have any real notion of our potential (work, study, business, […]

By |September 2nd, 2014|Article|0 Comments

Forgetting Rolf Harris

1 July 2014, 6PR 882

The Rolf Harris guilty verdict has been quite disturbing for many. Psychology expert Josh Hawes tries to break down the emotions and reality of the verdict with News Talk 6PR 882 Bob Maumill.

“Today Rolf Harris was found guilty of assaulting four girls in the United Kingdom between 1968 and 1986. […]

By |September 2nd, 2014|Article, Audio|0 Comments

Helping the grief process

August 26,  2010

“With the announcement of its new board, Sundance Resources is beginning to put the Congo plane crash tragedy behind it. With six prominent figures who were spearheading its future lost, the struggle to keep the company on track was not going to be easy…”

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By |September 2nd, 2014|Article|0 Comments

Long battle against depression ahead for 33 entombed miners

The Mining Chronical

2010, Vol. 14 No. 9

“With reports of the trapped Chilean miners emerging from the ‘honeymoon period’ following their first contact wit hthe rescue team, there are now serious psychological issues looming which will have a significant impact on them emerging unscathed…”

 

By |September 2nd, 2014|Article|0 Comments

The skill set of a top psych

The Mining Chronicle
The skill set of a top psych
August 26th 2010

As a psychologist Joshua Hawes has helped strengthen many mining and resources companies. He recently helped Sundance Resources following the tragic deaths of six board members in a plane crash in the jungles of Congo..”

By |July 24th, 2014|Article, Photo|0 Comments

Community will be haunted by Pike River tragedy

“For the families, friends, community and the mining industry, the recent Pike River mine disaster is an event that will long haunt them. The effects currently being felt are just a small component of what will come from the ensuing investigation, media analysis and community scrutiny..”

Published in the Mining Chronicle, Vol. 15, No. […]

By |July 31st, 2012|Photo|0 Comments