How we can use acceptance to reduce our own social anxiety.
I would like to say that I’ve been quiet because I’ve been away, but that isn’t the full truth. I have been away, but it was some time before then that I last wrote a post. And since I got back I haven’t written because I’ve been trying to get back on track. Holidays are…Read more »
On International Day of Happiness, I tell you why my goal is not to make you happy! Read it to find out more!
A post about mindful awareness of our thoughts and feelings, and how it can help us with problem solving
Today I had to go to the Physiotherapist. I’ve had back pain for a few days and it has been referring into my head and causing pretty nasty headaches. This happens relatively frequently with me and I’ve finally decided to see if there is something I can do about it! During the initial consultation we…Read more »
It has been a while since I was here! This year I endeavoured to start blogging frequently as a way of reconnecting with the lovely events within my life and also as sharing my psychological learning. But it’s almost February and this is my first post. Unsurprisingly, I am going to start with some research…Read more »
This weekend I got to see my city from a different perspective. This is not a metaphor (but be sure it will soon turn into one!) but a literal statement. I went to explore Williamstown for the first time. Sure, I have been there once before, but we only walked along the main street before…Read more »
Yesterday we made history. For the first time ever, women have been given the opportunity to play Australian Rules Football at an elite level. The inaugural AFLW match took place last night at Princes Park, and I was there to witness it. This event was momentous. Not only for women in sport in general, but…Read more »
As Karen alluded to in her last post (a super helpful tutorial!) this blog post is about Type A vs Type B personalities. Personality Psychology is a huge area of psychology and this is not the space to dissect, or even explain, what it is about. Wikipedia is always your friend so if you are interested…Read more »
‘It takes a village to raise a child’ Or apparently, to knit a dress for one. For almost all of us working in a group is a part of every day life. Whether it be in sport, at work or in our leisure time. In my work I often do group sessions as well as…Read more »