Which Burnout Are You?

I was interested to read recently that it may be too simplistic to assume that there’s only one form of burn out. The research into burnout continues to evolve and a recent study[1] has identified two categories: Burned out and...

Surviving and thriving in a high stress environment

When we’re experiencing stress, we often cite certain events or circumstances as the cause of our stress. This leads us to focus on trying to change the circumstances as the key way to alleviate stress. Making changes in our external...

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.

The Separation Story – What will you tell your children?

In an era of marriage and family breakdown – many families are doing it on their own. Davide Di Pietro, a clinical social worker at the Resilience Centre, has had a wealth of experience helping parents and children navigate this...

Dealing with the Dark Days

  Leigh Hatcher interviews psychologist Sarah Piper and her client “Robyn” who came to Sarah looking for support through her depression. Gain insight into what happens in a session with a psychologist, by listening to a re-creation of a segment...

Forgiveness – How to say “Sorry”

Saying sorry is not something we always do well. In the last of this three part series on forgiveness, Lyn Worsley discusses with Leigh Hatcher the Seven A’s of Confession and how being truly sorry carries no expectation of forgiveness.

Forgiveness – how it works in abusive relationships

In the second of this three part series of weekly podcasts on forgiveness, Lyn Worsley discusses how forgiveness can work in abusive relationships, both personal and work related ones. Starting with self respect. forgiveness enables both parties to move towards...