Talking About Suicide: Episode 2 – When someone says they are not OK

  What do you say when a person says they are not OK? Clinical psychologist Lyn Worsley and Meg Webster discuss with broadcaster Leigh Hatcher things to be mindful of as you start the conversation and the types of follow...

Talking About Suicide: Episode 1 – A conversation towards reasons for living

  Suicide – once a taboo topic, now we are encouraged to have a conversation. This podcast gives tips on how to direct conversations towards reasons for living, towards hope. Essential listening for parents and those who work with young...

Corona Virus. A Resilient Response.

Corona Virus. A Resilient Response. There is no other time where resilience is more relevant than when a crisis hits us. Given the current global crisis we are facing, it is time to review what is resilience and how to...

Fires, Floods, Pandemic! Toilet Paper?

  Australians have experienced many challenges over the past six months and now the world is experiencing the big challenge of a pandemic. Clinical psychologist Lyn Worsley, talks to Leigh Hatcher about the characteristics of resilient people in these times...

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...