Anna Holder-Greaves - Director
B. SocSc (Psychology), MhuServ(Hons) (Rehabilitation Counselling)
An experienced rehabilitation counsellor, Anna Holder-Greaves’ background has spanned various sectors, including state and national government, the private sector, and non-profit industries, both within Australia and internationally, since 2003. Anna is a PhD candidate working on a project exploring the relationship between psychosocial workplace stressors and wellbeing.
Her expertise lies in effectively managing client cases involving complex mental health barriers, trauma, catastrophic injury, and individuals from diverse cultural or linguistic backgrounds. Additionally, she has excelled as an occupational health project manager, demonstrating proficiency in scoping, planning, and executing complex projects in the occupational health and wellbeing domain. Anna has held several leadership roles and has ten years of experience at a senior management level. Anna launched Sunshine Occupational Health in 2017, delivering occupational rehabilitation, consultancy and training services across southeast Queensland.
During her four-year tenure as an Honorary Lecturer at the University of Salford, Anna contributed to developing and delivering the Master in Occupational and Vocational Rehabilitation program. While residing in the United Kingdom, she served as a Trustee for the Vocational Rehabilitation Association (VRA), held a Board position with the United Kingdom Rehabilitation Council (UKRC), and served as an Executive Committee Member of the British Association of Rehabilitation Companies (BARC). Notably, she received the Rehabilitation First award for Young Achiever of the Year in 2013. Furthermore, Anna was involved in establishing the RCAA in 2003 and has been a director since 2020.
Anna joined ASORC Board in 2023 following the ASORC/RCAA merger.