Finding Hope in Your Relationships

By Ivette Moutzouris Registered Psychologist I am a strong believer in hope. I wouldn’t be working in this field if I didn’t believe that change is possible and looking forward is definitely part of the process. If I had to...

Thinking there is perfection is your first imperfection (the first of many)

Hi, my name is Alison and I am a perfectionist. Actually, let me rephrase that. I’m a recovering perfectionist. Take it from me, the road to recovery from perfectionism is a long and difficult one. Why is perfectionism such a...

Hope: The light in times of uncertainty

By: John Shin Psychologist On August 16th 2015, the world witnessed one of the most emotional and moving moments in sporting history. Australian golfer, Jason Day, was at the final hole at the PGA Championships and he broke down into...

Being Positive and Resilient. What does it mean?

Positive Psychology and Resilience Lyn Worsley Clinical Psychologist. Over the past month I had the pleasure of attending two amazing conferences on the other side of the world. The first one was the Pathways to Resilience conference in Halifax, Canada,...

It’s just not cricket: growth as a result of trauma

by Kaitlyn Massey, Psychologist Traumatic events shake us to our very core and incite us to ask some of life’s most profound questions – How? Why? and What if…? These are questions that never really have answers. Reflecting on my...

Mental health treatment: 7 truths for the journey towards healing

I came across a pretty inspiring book the other day. The book, Beating Bipolar, by Blake Levine, was located during my search to help a client who seemed to be stuck processing her bipolar disorder diagnosis. Recalling his own story...

Hope

by May Lim Registered Psychologist Alpha Psychology and The Resilience Centre Hope. A reason for surviving. A reason for living. A reason to keep going despite facing adversity. I really do feel encouraged and hungry to know more every time...