Talking About Suicide: Episode 4 – How do you relate to a person who has lost someone through suicide?

    Clinical psychologists Lyn Worsley and Joe Alberts speak about the importance of focusing “on the hope in the now’ and reaching out to be with the person without any preconceived ideas or questions. “One size fits one”. They...

Talking About Suicide: Episode 3 – When someone says “I’m fine” but you’re not sure

Listen to some fascinating insights from psychologists, Sarah Piper and Ruth Fordyce, in conversation with broadcaster, Leigh Hatcher about what “I’m fine” may really mean. They also offer practical things to do with a young person, who you suspect may...

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: Episode 5- Exhausted but starting again

    In this podcast Lyn Worsley, The Resilience Centre Director speaks with broadcaster, Leigh Hatcher about how we rebuild our lives as we move into the recovery stage of the Corona Virus pandemic. Do we have the courage to...

Corona: Questions about life?

  In this latest podcast from The Resilience Centre, Director and clinical psychologist Lyn Worsley and broadcaster Leigh Hatcher, discuss the existential questions of life. How as Australians do we interpret the recent and current events around us? Does it...

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...

Two sporting role models you can talk to your children about

As an Australian, sport can be a very big part of your community life. An article in the Sydney Morning Herald showed that on average Australian families are spending $2180 a year on children’s sport activities. Some of our biggest...