Dr Sadhbh Joyce

 Workplace Mental Health Psychologist & Consultant 

BA-Psychology (hons)

MClinNeuroPsy,PhD

 MAPS

Sadhbh’s work is strongly underpinned by her many years’ experience and rich body of study in the field of psychology. She attained an Honours Degree in Psychology, a Masters in Clinical Neuropsychology and completed a PhD in mindfulness and psychological resilience at the Faculty of Medicine UNSW and The Black Dog Institute. Sadhbh has spent over 11 years providing evidence-based psychological therapy to those struggling with common mental health conditions as well as those recovering from trauma, bereavement and workplace injury. Sadhbh is also a qualified Meditation and Yoga Teacher.
Since 2012 Sadhbh's research has focused on workplace mental health.  She is an External Fellow with the Workplace Mental Health Research Team at The Black Dog Institute and UNSW. Under the guidance of  Assoc. Professor Samuel Harvey her PhD research involved the development and evaluation of an online mindfulness-based resilience program for Australian first responders. Sadhbh co-founded Mindarma (previously RAW Mind Coach) in 2016 with the support of UNSW Innovations to help bring this evidence-based program to various workplaces (www.mindarma.com). The program has since been adopted as a core workplace mental health initiative by numerous organisations including  New South Wales Ambulance, Fire and Rescue NSW, Reuters, St John Ambulance NT, The Black Dog Institute, UNSW- LAW, Corrective Services NSW, WorkSafe ACT,  Pacific Hydro, Victoria Ambulance, and NSW Health.  
 
In 2018 the program was awarded a Mental Health Matters Award by the NSW Mental Health Commission. In 2019  the program received a "highly commended" trophy from the NSW Government at The Resilient Australia Awards for developing mindfulness-based resilience training for NSW emergency service agencies.  In 2019, Fire and Rescue NSW received the Leading Practise in Mental Health Award from AFAC for the implementation of a customised version of the program for their first responder workforce. 
 Sadhbh's compassionate and open nature and her evidence-based approach to workplace mental health has drawn a diverse range of clients. The impact of her work has afforded Sadhbh  the privilege of supporting  leaders, managers and peer supporters in creating meaningful and positive changes to protect the long term mental health of their colleagues, team members and friends.