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Helping someone at risk of suicide

Over the last few weeks, I have conducted a few debriefs where someone has suicided or attempted suicide. So, I thought it might be helpful share with you how you might support someone at risk of suicide. Do something now – If you are concerned that someone you know is considering suicide, act immediately. Don’t assume that they will get better without help or that they will seek help on their own. Reaching out could save a life. Be there for... read more

The 7 Stages of Grief

Grief is a messy heart-wrenching time. It’s like the guest who overstays their welcome for months on end. It is also a robber of joy and peace-of-mind. Just when it seems grief is moving out, it suddenly decides to stick around. Understanding grief is so important because any time there is infidelity, there is also the cessation of the relationship you once knew. Often, being betrayed is experienced as traumatic and to grieve this loss of your... read more


While we all feel sad, moody, or low from time to time, some people experience these feelings intensely, for long periods of time (weeks, months or even years) and sometimes without any apparent reason. Depression is more than just a low mood – it’s a serious condition that affects your physical and mental health. Some people can be very good at masking their depression. One in seven Australians will experience depression in their... read more

How To Get Past Guilt!

Guilt is an issue that often pops up in my sessions with clients. Healthy guilt warns us to stop a negative behaviour and push/encourage us towards a positive behaviour. But when our guilt becomes excessive (constant condemning message in our head) it actually creates a vicious cycle which reinforces the habit we feel guilty about! We feel bad, so we comfort eat, drink too much, work long hours or starve ourselves. Then we feel guilty, so to... read more

Four Ways to Get Through Turbulent Times

In their book Lifestorming Marshall Goldsmith and Alan Weiss give four ways to stay your course in turbulent times. Have supports around you. Many people fail because those around undermined them. You need people around you who can give you honest feedback, which may mean candid and frank discussions with people, being open to the truth. These people will help you find a path through the storm. Life is more important than winning. Focus on... read more

9 Ways To Combat Fear

Fear gets to the best of us, whether it is fear of failure, fear of success or even fear of fear. All of us have experienced fear at some point in our lives and it can be a real stumbling block that holds us back from being truly successful. Fear can’t hold you back forever, if you don’t let it. There are several ways to overcome fear, here are my top 9: SEPARATE REALITY FROM PERCEPTION Ask yourself what is really going on, locate the facts and... read more

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Is distance a problem? If you live in another city, state, or country (yes, we do have overseas clients), we offer appointments via Skype or phone.


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