Monthly Archives: November 2016


Set yourself up for a great new year with one of these stimulating summer reads

By |2016-11-28T19:30:28+10:00November 17th, 2016|Anxiety, Relationships Tips, Stress, Well - being|

Recently my colleague Jessica Fowler asked me to contribute a book to her monthly blog entitled “What your Therapists are Reading.”  As I scanned down the list of great books selected for November, it occurred to me that here in Australia we typically reach for the easy “beach read” at this time of year. I […]

Am I the right Melbourne Psychotherapist for you?

By |2016-11-28T19:30:32+10:00November 5th, 2016|Counselling Effectiveness, Well - being|

Which Melbourne Psychotherapist or Caulfield Counsellor is the right fit for you?

Making contact with someone for the first time requires courage and commitment.Yet how do you know if you have found the right person to help you with your problems?

One of the key success factors for counselling is a strong therapeutic alliance.  So it is […]

7 tips for how to survive and thrive during the silly season

By |2017-06-11T17:40:52+10:00November 5th, 2016|Anxiety, Self confidence, Stress, Well - being|

This blog is back by popular demand! Two years ago many took heart and felt motivated to do something different with their Christmas. Including this blog reader who commented after reading it with:

I now spend Christmas Day with really good friends. I prioritise that over spending it with family. I see my family […]

More great tips to help you with anxiety…

By |2016-11-28T19:30:41+10:00November 4th, 2016|Well - being|

I am excited to share a guest post I did recently for the Quiet Mind Collective.

My colleague, Celeste Coffman wanted to compile a whole heap of great content from experienced therapists about how to manage anxiety.

My contribution was to discuss the practical ways you can befriend your anxiety and use your natural inbuilt calming system (your breathing) […]