Reasons why your teenager is riddled with procrastination

by Alison Lenehan As a teenager, I often recall sitting at my desk late into the night, attempting to diligently complete my schoolwork. My little desk light (with the old fashioned bulb) was turned on for that many hours that...

Conversations to keep children safe

There has been an onslaught of articles in the media in recent weeks that have left me feeling shaken, disturbed, and preoccupied. I’m talking about the coverage of George Pell and Michael Jackson, and then more recently – and closer...

The number one Aussie TV show that promotes modern fatherhood

By Ruth Fordyce Psychologist, The Resilience Centre The stories we tell, listen to, and enjoy together are so important. They reflect back to us a sense of who we are and our common humanity, but often also what we yearn for...

Mental Health First Aid for Teens and Young Adults

Written by Ivette Moutzouris We are living in a time which has many pressures for youth and young adults. In fact Australian statistics show that Anxiety and Depression and other related mental health conditions are at an all time high...

Resilience In The Invictus Games: A Deep Dive Into The Event That Made A Splash

The Invictus Games – held recently in Sydney - is an international multi-sport event, in which wounded, injured or sick armed services personnel and their associated veterans take part in sports.

Juggling Life

It appears that we are constantly packing more and more into our lives.

How to assist meditation using a device called MUSE sensing headband?

There is a brain sensing headband called MUSE that can measure your brain activities and guide you through meditation.