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NDIS is coming to Revive!

By |2019-04-10T13:57:26+08:00April 12th, 2019|Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Anxiety, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Brainstorming, By condition, CBT, Childbirth, Children, Couples, Depression, Eating Disorders, EMDR, Exposure Therapy, Grief and Loss, Hypnosis, Interpersonal Therapy, Journaling, Meditation, Men, Mindfulness, Pain Management, Panic Attacks, Parents, Performance Enhancement, Positive Psychology, Resilience, Self-esteem, Stress, Suicide, Trauma, Weight Loss, Women, Workplace, Young Adults|

It has been a long process to prepare the application for NDIS, and we are in the final weeks of having the application ready for submission! We are already seeing clients who are self managed for NDIS where their individual plan has including counselling or dietetics, but with becoming a registered provider we are anticipating [...]

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Understanding Feelings of Shame

By |2019-04-10T13:23:03+08:00April 10th, 2019|Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Anxiety, Articles, CBT, Depression, EMDR, Exposure Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Men, Panic Attacks, Positive Psychology, Resilience, Self-esteem, Stress, Women, Workplace, Young Adults|

Out of all the feelings we can experience shame is the least spoken about. Perhaps for obvious reasons shame is the emotion that makes us want to hide away from the world. I often joke with clients that it is the emotion most likely to cause us to hide under our bed and not come [...]

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Married at First Sight – Should We Be Allowing Kids To Watch Reality Television?

By |2019-03-20T11:07:26+08:00March 20th, 2019|Couples, Interpersonal Therapy, Men, Parents, Positive Psychology, Women, Young Adults|

It continues to amaze me that reality television has been as popular as seems to be. Many of the shows support the opposite of what people say they want in their “real lives”, yet people must watch them or the television producers wouldn’t keep on producing them. I was recently asked what I thought about [...]

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How to: Make Friends and Date with Confidence

By |2019-02-27T15:47:57+08:00February 27th, 2019|Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Affirmations, Anxiety, CBT, Exposure Therapy, Hypnosis, Interpersonal Therapy, Men, Panic Attacks, Positive Psychology, Resilience, Self-esteem, Women, Workplace, Young Adults|

Most people that I speak to in the psychology office, say that they would like to become more confident to make friends or begin dating someone. Shy, avoidant or anxious people are most likely to miss out on making friends because they believe that when people don’t approach them or instantly respond in the way [...]

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Tips for Valentine’s Day: How to talk to a future friend

By |2018-04-30T14:05:36+08:00February 13th, 2018|Anxiety, CBT, Couples, EMDR, Hypnosis, Interpersonal Therapy, Meditation, Men, Mindfulness, Panic Attacks, Performance Enhancement, Positive Psychology, Resilience, Self-esteem, Trauma, Women, Young Adults|

Psychologists don't only help people with a mental illness, they also offer coaching and other tools and techniques that can help everyone achieve more. On the eve of Valentine's Day, this article by Clinical Psychologist Lisa Irving is not about mental illness at all - nervousness and fear are very "normal" emotions felt by all [...]

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What are Eating Disorders?

By |2017-08-01T08:05:11+08:00July 31st, 2017|Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Anxiety, CBT, Depression, Eating Disorders, Interpersonal Therapy, Mindfulness, Self-esteem, Stress, Suicide, Weight Loss, Women, Young Adults|

What are Eating Disorders? Eating disorders can come in many different forms, but they all tend to include unusual eating behaviours and in some, an intense focus on diet, exercise and body weight that preoccupies an individual’s life. Teens and women in their early twenties are particularly vulnerable to developing an eating disorder. About one [...]

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