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Senior Clinical Psychologist and Director of The Resilience Centre, Lyn Worlsey has recently had published an article in the book, " Victim Victorious: From Fire to Phoenix" Edited by Marie-Claire Patron & and Stephen S Holden, 2015 Nova Science Publishers Inc.
Here is a great web site on mindfullness you may find interesting to read. "Mindfulness Meditation is becoming widely popular as an adjunct to conventional medical and psychological therapies. This site is designed to assist people who are interested in the integration of psychotherapy and medical therapies, for their own well being , for the purpose of enhancing the therapeutic relationship or to improve the quality of clinical interventions." Click below to find out more.
This Is Your Brain on Habits
By Emily Van Sonnenberg
The Challenge of Change. A Parents Dilemma
Many students and parents face transitions. The beginning of a new school year brings challenges as children and adolescents cope with the many changes that eventuate. Progress at school may mean a change of teacher, a change in school routines, changes in friendships and for some a change in schools.
Managing Conflict in Relationships
Resolving disagreements is a critical skill that all people can learn.
Parents Tips for Managing Anxiety
Stress for kids is a natural response to things being outside their control. Itís important to have high expectations that the child can overcome their stressful circumstances and to distinguish between appropriate and mild anxiety from debilitating anxiety. If anxiety is recognised and dealt with early on, it may not get worse. Here are some ideas you might like to try with your child to see if you can help them manage anxiety:
Coping with the Teenage Transition
Having some new tips up your sleeve before your young person starts to react negatively to your management of them can be the key to maintaining healthy relationships in the family. Not only this there are added benefits in teaching your young person to take on more responsibility as they get older and face new challenges.
Bullying in the Workplace
In recent years I have been amazed at the increase in the number of people we see who are suffering as a result of bullying in their workplace.
A Very Stressful Christmas
Despite the stress, Christmas is still a great celebration for most. For some however there is the hidden stress of Christmas which can be a dark and lonely time.
New Years Resolutions
One of the traditional problems with New Year?s resolutions is that they tend to last as long as the new years day hangover or at best for a week or two into the New Year. For a new years resolution to work it really needs more planning.
Counting the Cost of Problem Gambling
Problem gambling is treatable and is overcome by many people. The most difficult part of the process is being willing to recognize that there is a problem.
Aging Well Part 1
To know how to grow old is the master-work of wisdom and one of the most difficult chapters in the great art of living? (Henri Amiel, 1874) So how can we learn how to do this aging business successfully?
HOT TOPICS - Wednesday Nights
These informal evening seminars for the general community, are presented by our experienced psychologists. They provide psychological insights into a variety of challenging life issues.
NEXT TOPIC: 2 AUGUST - GAMING: A GUIDE FOR PARENTS
Life Worth Living Program
This 13 week program is designed for individuals over the age of 18 who have difficulties with emotions, relationships, impulsivity, self harm, suicidal behaviours, substance use or other problems that come from difficulties with controlling emotions.
Retrain Your Brain - to overcome anxiety
A 4 week program, with follow up, for adults who have difficulty maintaining optimism through anxious or negative thinking.
Register NOW for Term 3.
Link3d Up - Resilience building program for adolescents
LINK3D Up is a creative and interactive 5 week group program for adolescents, 13 - 16 years, that will teach resilience skills vital for negotiating the teenage years.
ONLINE Hot Topics
Our most popular Wednesday Night Hot Topics are available ANYTIME, online.
NEW topic - RESILIENT MUMS just added.
Parenting Post Separation
A 2 week program which aims to equip parents with tools to guide their children through the adjustment to their separation.
A fun and innovative 6 week program (for children aged 8-12 years) which aims to help them learn a more optimistic style of thinking.
Connect-3 SYDNEY- Resilience building program for children
Connect-3 is an innovative 5 week group program for building resilience in 8 to 12 year olds.
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