Wez Hawes, ECD of Innocean and Psychotherapist, Katie Feder
July's Asking For A Friend event was a hit. We teamed up Wez Hawes ECD of Innocean with returning psychotherapist, Katie Feder. Asking For A Friend teams an industry leader with a psychologist to give advice on career, mental health and everything in between. It’s there for the questions you don’t yet have the courage to ask of your boss or at your workplace for fear of how you may be judged or treated. Of course, we hope you can ask those questions, but just in case, you can ask them anonymously for a friend instead.
Katie is a registered Psychotherapist working in clinical practice. Katie trained in Process Orientated Psychology which integrates Jungian psychology and Eastern philosophies and offers a holistic understanding of the human psyche. Her belief is that we are all individuals and therefore, so too is our best path to healing. Katie is passionate about emotional health and fostering wellbeing, she works from the new sciences of the heart, brain and biology to help her clients to come into closer connection with their mind and body. She has had a multicultural life and called many places home but for the past nine years that has been here in Australia. She’s also a mother of two beautiful children.
Wesley Hawes is the Executive Creative Director at Innocean Australia, transforming the agency to create more integrated solutions for its main clients, Hyundai, Kia and No Ugly Wellness Tonics. He is passionate about ideas and the people that help to create them. Previously, Wez was ECD of CHE Proximity Sydney, where he led a creative department of over 50 people, plus high-profile accounts, such as NMRA Insurance, Samsung, eBay and IKEA, all under the full-service agency’s ethos of Connected Creativity.