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.

Three Reasons Why Therapy is a Good Investment

By Adam Wright, Clinical Psychologist. In the context of medicine, psychological therapy is relatively new. Therapy as we know it today has really only taken off in the last 45-50 years. In Australia, the Better Access to Mental Health Care...

Letting Everything Become Your Teacher – Lessons in Mindfulness – Part 2

Letting Everything Become Your Teacher – Lessons in Mindfulness Extracts from bestselling author Jon Kabat-Zinn’s book ‘Full Catastrophe Living’ Part 2 – Self-discipline, conscious intention, basis instructions For those who want to learn more about mindfulness Mindfulness doesn’t just come...

Interpersonal Effectiveness

By Joe Alberts Clinical Psychologist, The Resilience Centre To use interpersonal skills effectively we have to decide the relative importance of: Achieving our objective Maintaining our relationship with the person(s)we are interacting with, and Maintaining our self-respect It is important...

When everyone is benefiting from your life – except you!

By Ruth Fordyce Psychologist, The Resilience Centre Are you a driven person? Do you hold yourself to high standards? Are you rushing around trying to keep everyone happy, but with that gnawing feeling inside that you’re going to drop a ball soon...