MIND HACKS - USING     

     YOUR BREATH TO CALM       YOUR ANXIOUS MIND

     Rachael O'Connor, our

     Principal Psychologist

     teaches one of the mind

     movement exercises she uses

     with her clients every day

DEEPEN YOUR RELATIONSHIP: RITUALS OF CONNECTION

Here, Rachael walks through a number of rituals you can use to deepen your relationship and connect with your partner

PATHWAYS TO CALM - PART 2

Following on from our previous Vlog on pathways to calm, here are
another 5 tips to generate calm.

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     MIND HACKS - USING     

     YOUR BREATH TO CALM       YOUR ANXIOUS MIND

     Rachael O'Connor, our

     Principal Psychologist

     teaches one of the mind

     movement exercises she uses

     with her clients every day

DEEPEN YOUR RELATIONSHIP: RITUALS OF CONNECTION

Here, Rachael walks through a number of rituals you can use to deepen your relationship and connect with your partner

PATHWAYS TO CALM - PART 2

Following on from our previous Vlog on pathways to calm, here are
another 5 tips to generate calm.

     MIND HACKS - USING     

     YOUR BREATH TO CALM       YOUR ANXIOUS MIND

     Rachael O'Connor, our

     Principal Psychologist

     teaches one of the mind

     movement exercises she uses

     with her clients every day

DEEPEN YOUR RELATIONSHIP: RITUALS OF CONNECTION

Here, Rachael walks through a number of rituals you can use to deepen your relationship and connect with your partner

PATHWAYS TO CALM - PART 2

Following on from our previous Vlog on pathways to calm, here are
another 5 tips to generate calm.

     MIND HACKS - USING     

     YOUR BREATH TO CALM       YOUR ANXIOUS MIND

     Rachael O'Connor, our

     Principal Psychologist

     teaches one of the mind

     movement exercises she uses

     with her clients every day

DEEPEN YOUR RELATIONSHIP: RITUALS OF CONNECTION

Here, Rachael walks through a number of rituals you can use to deepen your relationship and connect with your partner

PATHWAYS TO CALM - PART 2

Following on from our previous Vlog on pathways to calm, here are
another 5 tips to generate calm.

     WHY LEARNING TO BE

     GRATEFUL IS SELFISH

     Talking about gratitude today and

     the science behind and why it is a

     good thing for your body and

     mind.

HOW TO SAY NO

Learn how to take care of yourself this busy season.  How to say no, and take time out for yourself.

LEAVES ON A STREAM

Rachael O'Connor will walk you through a mindful exercise where
you will learn how to stop, relax
and let go.

     WHO HAS YOUR

     OXYGEN?

     Who looks after you? In the chaos

     of our day-to-day lives, who is the

     one that stops, and makes the time

     to care for you?

USING DISTRACTION TECHNIQUES TO STOP NEGATIVE THOUGHTS

How to use distraction techniques to pull yourself out of racing thoughts, and overwhelming feelings - the 5 things grounding exercise

WHAT DOES A PSYCHOLOGIST DO?

In my first ever vlog, I answer the question I often get asked.  I
hope you find it helpful.

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How to navigate the end of the school year with your sanity intact

With the busy holiday season fast approaching it’s very easy time of the year for routines and healthful behaviours formed through the year to slip. Children especially may begin to show signs of some ‘wear’ and ‘tear’ with the end of the final school term in sight. While the focus at school may tend to be directed at academic learning and achievement, it’s also important to watch for any signs of social and emotional difficulties, which may arise in the up and coming weeks. The following 5 tips are helpful to recognise early warning signs and assist your child to adjust and transition through the end of year period: 1. Check in daily with your child: Ask your child how they are doing and

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