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A Guide to Help Your Mind Body Connection

By |2019-05-29T12:06:13+08:00June 12th, 2019|Anxiety, Couples, Depression, Groups, Interpersonal Therapy, Meditation, Men, Mindfulness, Mindfulness, Parents, Positive Psychology, Procrastination, Resilience, Self-esteem, Stress, Women, Workplace, Young Adults|

The connection between Mind and Body has been clear for some time. Our mental health can affect all parts of our life - our relationships at home and work, our self esteem and our physical health. Just like keeping our physical health in good condition there are strategies we can easily add to our day [...]

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Stressed Teachers

By |2019-03-28T13:28:01+08:00March 28th, 2019|Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Anxiety, CBT, Depression, EMDR, Exposure Therapy, Hypnosis, Meditation, Men, Mindfulness, Mindfulness, Panic Attacks, Performance Enhancement, Positive Psychology, Resilience, Stress, Women, Workplace|

While all educators understand the evolving nature of learning and the challenges that come with this, few stop to put into place some self-care until it is too late. True educators tend to have two passions – supporting students (whether that be children, young people or adults) and a love of their subject area. But [...]

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Understanding Change and Loss

By |2019-03-09T12:55:34+08:00March 13th, 2019|Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, CBT, Children, Couples, EMDR, Grief and Loss, Hypnosis, Meditation, Men, Mindfulness, Mindfulness, Panic Attacks, Parents, Resilience, Stress, Trauma, Women, Young Adults|

Life is full of changes and with it can also come loss and grief. How individuals react to change and loss is different for everyone and the impact can affect every aspect of our being. We all understand that change is inevitable and that it can bring positive growth as well as difficult times but [...]

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It’s the “Season for Growth”

By |2019-04-10T14:01:41+08:00April 19th, 2018|Anxiety, Couples, Depression, Grief and Loss, Groups, Men, Panic Attacks, Parents, Stress, Women, Young Adults|

Major change in our life can be both welcomed and celebrated (like the birth of a child, moving to a new location) or despairing and heart breaking (such as redundancy, relationship breakups, illness or a bereavement). Every situation of change brings with it an emotional, physical and even psychological reaction often catching us unaware. Change [...]

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Managing Stress in Life

By |2017-11-13T17:43:03+08:00November 10th, 2017|Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Anxiety, CBT, Couples, Exposure Therapy, Groups, Hypnosis, Journaling, Men, Mindfulness, Panic Attacks, Parents, Positive Psychology, Resilience, Self-esteem, Stress, Women, Workplace, Yoga, Young Adults|

What is stress? It is not uncommon for people to say they are feeling "stressed" at some time or another. Psychologically speaking, stress is not only very healthy but also one of the basic parts of learning and growth. Because that base level of stress is such a normal part of being human, not many of [...]

Managing Stress in Life

By |2017-09-06T08:37:46+08:00September 6th, 2017|Anxiety, Journaling, Meditation, Men, Mindfulness, Parents, Stress, Women, Workplace|

It is not uncommon for most people to feel stress at some time or another. What we are referring to is that feeling of being overwhelmed by our work or life situation or that feeling of being tense and wound up and perhaps overreacting to what are normal situations. Too much stress over a prolonged [...]

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The psychology of self harming teens

By |2017-09-02T12:41:57+08:00September 2nd, 2017|Anxiety, CBT, Children, Depression, Grief and Loss, Hypnosis, Journaling, Meditation, Men, Mindfulness, Parents, Positive Psychology, Resilience, Resources for referrers, Self-esteem, Stress, Suicide, Trauma, Women, Young Adults|

Self harming Teens – what’s it all about? Teenagers who self harm typically describe either a surge of emotions which can be overwhelming or an absence of feeling, described as feeling “numb”.  Sometimes the behaviour can be viewed by others as a way of seeking attention, though for lots of people who self harm it [...]

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Positive Psychology – Helping people feel good!

By |2019-04-10T14:20:34+08:00August 8th, 2017|Couples, Men, Mindfulness, Parents, Positive Psychology, Resources for referrers, Self-esteem, Women, Workplace, Young Adults|

While the science of Psychology has offered explanations of how and why things are not right with people, Positive Psychology offers us an understanding of how and why things go right. Martin E.P Seligman, often referred to as the founder of positive psychology, describes it as: “The scientific study of optimal human functioning that aims [...]