Nicholas Kerr

BA, PGDipPsy, MAppPsy(Org)

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Nicholas has a Masters Degree in Organisational Psychology and provides services focussing on workplace issues and professional development.

Nicholas has significant expertise in psychological assessment in recruitment, vocational preferences, job capacity and workers compensation. He also offers organisational development initiatives such as leadership development, knowledge management and training needs assessment. Nicholas works as a strategic partner to his clients in line with their individual objectives and organisational values.
Nicholas also specialises in personal counselling associated with professional development, workplace stress, careers coaching, and conflict management. His approach is informed by positive psychology with its emphasis on providing the conditions for human flourishing. He aims to identify individual strengths and coping strategies and develop more solution-focused outcomes. Nicholas has a particular interest in mindfulness practice and stress inoculation therapy.


Nicholas has worked in the mental health and disabilities sector for 14 years as a Case Manager and Program Coordinator. He has worked closely with clients suffering from depression and anxiety, schizophrenia, homelessness and addiction. Nicholas also worked for Centrelink for 3 years as a Job Capacity Assessor which involved assessment of intelligence and pathology for employment purposes.

Since specialising in Organisational Psychology in 2015, Nicholas has worked as an Associate Consultant with Chandler Macleod and Human Capital Revolution, which focussed on assessment for recruitment and training and development. More recently, Nicholas has been working as an independent consultant with PsyCap providing custom assessment solutions and specialist advice for individuals and organisations.


Bachelor of Arts, Monash University
Postgraduate Diploma of Psychology, Charles Sturt University
Master of Applied Psychology (Organisational Psychology), Murdoch University

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