Revive aims to provide excellent service to all of our stakeholders. As part of that commitment, we regularly publish news, research, tips and reviews of things we believe our patients, health colleagues and others will find beneficial in helping to improve their health and happiness.

Below are the most recent articles, sorted by date. If you would like to filter the articles by a particular condition, situation or therapy type, please navigate using the drop-down menus under “Articles for you” above.


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Visualisation: Improvement by Imagining

August 14th, 2019|Comments Off on Visualisation: Improvement by Imagining

Did you know that you can get better at something, simply by just IMAGINING yourself doing it? I’m not kidding you; it’s a process called ‘visualisation.’ It’s like having a rehearsal in your mind. So [...]

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Things to Think About When You’re Injured

August 7th, 2019|Comments Off on Things to Think About When You’re Injured

No one asks to be injured. One of the most difficult psychological factors is adjusting to what an injury means, in terms of limitations caused by the injury and what being injured stops you from [...]

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What is Emotional Eating?

July 31st, 2019|Comments Off on What is Emotional Eating?

We don’t always eat to just satiate our hunger. Sometimes we use food to meet emotional needs, or to relieve stress and boredom, or to cope with unpleasant emotions like sadness, anger, loneliness, frustration – [...]

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Using EMDR to Overcome Trauma

July 24th, 2019|Comments Off on Using EMDR to Overcome Trauma

The usefulness of Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing – EMDR Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing is such a mouthful that it is easy to understand why we shorten it to EMDR. What is EMDR and [...]

How To: Read Your Partner’s Mind

July 17th, 2019|Comments Off on How To: Read Your Partner’s Mind

A few years ago I was on a week long cruise in the Kimberley with a number of other couples, and there were some minor misunderstandings between couples. We joked about how it would be [...]