Rejoice Paradzai

“The longer we listen to one another, with real intention, the more commonality we will find in all our lives. That is, if we are careful to exchange with one another life stories and not simply opinions” – Barbara Deming

Rejoice is an experienced Psychologist with a background in Organisational Psychology. She has been registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) since 2021.

She understands the impact individual differences can have in the workplace to either create a diverse healthy work environment, or at times conflict, if not harnessed properly to their full potential. With this background, Rejoice knows how important it is to have positive relationships at work and their contribution in building a safe work environment and enhancing job satisfaction. 

In mediation, Rejoice’s approach is rooted in empathy, active listening, and a commitment to understanding the underlying needs and interests of all parties involved. Rejoice employs a needs-based approach to conflict resolution. She possesses non-judgmental communication skills, which allows her to facilitate constructive dialogue and guide individuals towards mutually beneficial resolutions. 

As part of this, Rejoice also aims to create a safe environment where all parties involved feel heard, understood, and validated. She also understands that at core of our emotional needs, is the need to belong and she strives to empower individuals to find their own solutions and develop strategies for managing conflicts effectively in the future to foster a positive working environment.

Beyond her role as a mediator, Rejoice works in private practice with a different range of human issues. She is dedicated to promoting mental wellness and resilience in her client’s lives, and empowering them to reach their full potential.   

“To practice the process of conflict resolution, we must completely abandon the goal of getting people to do what we want.” — Marshall Rosenberg

To obtain contact details for Rejoice, please text 0478 789 321.