Sunita Rai

Sunita Rai
Director and Performance Psychologist

Sunita believes very strongly in positive possibilities and growth through connections and deeper understanding of self and organisational psychology in organisations and individuals. She has the keen ability and intuition to sense the needs of staff and organisations and bring them together towards co-creating a future together where the needs of the whole system are met.

Sunita believes very strongly in positive possibilities and growth through connections and deeper understanding of self and organisational psychology in organisations and individuals. She has the keen ability and intuition to sense the needs of staff and organisations and bring them together towards co-creating a future together where the needs of the whole system are met. Sunita  has over 18 years of experience in local and regional marketing, psychology, counselling, education and training amongst others. Her dedication towards the progress of organisation and individuals propelled her to leave her career as a Marketing Manager to pursue her dream of a psychologist. She is currently lecturing and tutoring at institutes of higher learning, providing consultancy services, conducting workshops and providing psychotherapy services. Sunita has led workshops on Train the Trainer, Communications, EQ, Innovation, Psychology, Counselling/Therapy and Well-Being amongst many others. She has familiarity in industries such as telco, education, social services, sales and as well as government sectors.

Sunita is the Director and Performance Psychologist at Positive Performance Consulting, leading the team in integrating psychology into Organisational Development, Management Strategy, Group Coaching, Staff and Performance Counselling and Life Coaching. Sunita is a trend setter in the area of incorporating psychology into the corporate world. She is a skilled facilitator, trainer, psychologist and coach. Sunita is a Doctorate Candidate in Psychology (Group Psychotherapy) and currently creating a unique model for well being interventions which can be used by individuals or organisations as part of her doctorate research.

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