Dr Stephen Porges reminds us : face to face with someone we love triggers neuronal networks in our brain & helps us regulate feelings
If you weren’t one of the 2000 people who managed to make it to the International Childhood Trauma Conference held in Melbourne on Aug […]
Melbourne based psychotherapist and trauma specialist Lyndall Russell
Guest post by Lyndall Russell – Melbourne Based Psychotherapist and Trauma specialist.
In the sad and sorrowfully confusing hours and days after finding out of Robin Williams’ tragic death, I was left with […]
I conducted a conversation online with Timothea Goddard recently, whose work with Open ground in Sydney I have admired. It is inspiring to see professionals develop and maintain personal and professional practices, that can have such a significant impact […]
It’s winter, hibernation time, and so you naturally get pulled towards the couch, hot dinners and taking it easy. Yet the more you indulge, the less you feel good about yourself. Each time you attempt a new habit and you fail, the couch becomes more […]
Australia’s health minister recently said Medicare was on an unsustainable path and a user-pays system is inevitable. But what does sustainable health mean? The World Health Organization (WHO) describes health as “physical, mental, and social well being. Of these elements, mental well-being historically has […]