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Work is generally good for health and wellbeing.

Dr Kipling Walker, a psychiatrist in Australia, established the NHG improve current work practices with the aim of reducing the personal, social and financial costs of psychological injuries. Our services are available throughout Australia. Our key contacts are:

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Dr Kipling Walker, Psychiatrist

Dr Kipling Walker is the founder and director of the National Health Group. In 1992, he received his Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery degree from the University of Queensland. In 2000, he received his Fellowship from the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists. In 2004, he received his Masters of Criminology from the University of Sydney. In 2012, he completed training as a mediator through Leadr.

Dr Kipling Walker is highly experienced in assessing, managing and achieving the best outcomes for psychological workplace injuries. Working with Government and non-Government employers, he has developed an early intervention service that reduces the personal, financial and social costs of psychological workplace injuries. He plans to expand this service to include physical injuries.

Dr Kipling Walker is a:
• Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP).
• Registered Medical Practitioner, Australia.
• Foundation member of the RANZCP Faculty of Forensic Psychiatry.
• Member of the NSW Medicolegal Society.

Justine Schelle

Dr Justine Schelle

Dr Justine Schelle consults to the National Health Group. In 1996, she received her Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery degree from the University of Tasmania. In 2005, she received her Fellowship from the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists. In 2006, she received her Masters of Psychiatry from the NSW Institute of Psychiatry. In 2012, she completed training as a mediator through Leadr.

Dr Justine Schelle is highly experienced in achieving the best outcomes for psychological workplace injuries. Working with Government and employers, she is been involved in early intervention services that reduce the personal, financial and social costs of psychological workplace injuries. She consults to the Tamworth Regional Referral Hospital, and is an accredited Registrar supervisor.

Dr Justine Schelle is a:
•  Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP).
•  Registered Medical Practitioner, Australia.