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 »
Image: Anjali Mudra, the gesture of gratitude.
A post for the start of 2017 on gratitude.
Our guest blog this week is from Kat, a uni student from Gippsland who we know through softball… and was rapidly converted to knitting! Kat is studying biomedicine and hoping for a career in research, and aside from sport and crafting she also enjoys science and playing music.
This week she writes about self-compassion.
I love getting a ‘free’ day off. On Tuesday it was the Melbourne Cup public holiday. I know there are controversies around horse racing and I don’t want to use this space to discuss them. So I am going to share with you how I spent my day! This probably falls outside the realms of…Read more »
I do a lot of work with adolescent clients on how to communicate effectively and recently I had to draw on this for myself. Believe it or not, this is another story about bookshelves, but without the crafting! In case you missed it, I have been waiting on bookshelves to be installed since January. And…Read more »