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 Workplace Bullying 

Workplace bullying is a form of repeated mistreatment that can cause significant psychological harm to the victim The impact of workplace bullying can include anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). If you are experiencing workplace bullying, it is important to seek timely support. Consider speaking with HR or utilising an Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) available to you.

If you are adversely impacted by workplace bullying and unable to obtain the required support at work it is important to speak with your GP to ascertain the impact that the bullying has had on your psychological and physical wellbeing.  They may suggest that more comprehensive support is required, including counselling/psychological support.  Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) been shown to be an effective treatment for the negative effects of workplace bullying, with empirical evidence supporting its use in addressing the psychological impact of this issue. To find out more about the support available, please contact Denise Sweeney on 0416 665 844 or via email

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