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Tips for managing Stress

Tips for managing everyday stress (From the APS website) Learning to handle stress in healthy ways is very important. Fortunately, it is easy to learn simple techniques that help. These include recognising and changing the behaviours that contribute to stress, as well as techniques for reducing stress once it has occurred. The following tips from

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HOW TO HAVE A HEALTHY HOLIDAY SEASON- 15 ways to improve your wellbeing.

HOW TO HAVE A HEALTHY HOLIDAY SEASON 15 ways to improve your wellbeing. By Sarah Godfrey with inspiration from the team at Moving Mindsets. Here we are again. So much to do and so little time. The holiday season isn’t called the silly season for no reason. Somehow we start to panic and try to

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Will My Child Grow Out of This? Bedwetting By Marisa Baschuk

Will My Child Grow Out of This? Bedwetting If you are tired of washing and drying bed-sheets from constant wetting, you are not alone. Bedwetting is common in young children. Most children become dry at night between the ages of 3 to 5. But, 20% of five year olds still wet the bed at night.

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The Emotional Impact of Moving. By Sarah Godfrey

The Emotional Impact of Moving. By Sarah Godfrey The emotional impact of moving is in the top 5 most stressful situations we experience across a lifespan, it’s up there with divorce. People develop attachments to their houses and communities that can be as strong as the relationships with their families. Here are some tips on

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After The Birth of Your Baby- Post Natal Depression in Women and Men

After The baby. Post Natal Depression in Women and Men By Sarah Godfrey      If there is one life changing event we choose to have it must be the decision to have a child. The excitement, responsibility, hope, changes to lifestyle, time, impact on our existing relationships and self-conceptions, ensures that one of the happiest

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Make the Most of Your Therapy by Sarah Godfrey

Make the Most of Your Therapy. By Sarah Godfrey Sometimes therapy works brilliantly. Sometimes you may be disappointed. Being in therapy is like most things in life. What you put in is a measure of what you will get out of it. There has been a lot of research conducted on why therapy works. Studies

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Are you a SuperShrink? by Sarah Godfrey

  Are you a Supershrink? By Sarah Godfrey Being a therapist is often amazing, inspiring, confronting, fun and hard. I think it is fair to say we all try to be the best that we can. Every now and then we sit at a seminar, attend professional development or seek peer consultation on a sticky

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How to choose a Life Coach by Sarah Godfrey

In takes more than a short course to develop the skills and ability to guide someone towards personal success and deeper understanding of their own behaviour, patterns, and attitudes. Let’s be frank from the get go. Life Coaching is a highly unregulated industry that has a reputation of overcharging and under delivering.  Essentially anyone, without any formal

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Adaptability by Sylvia Werba

Adaptability Over the past years – and particularly over the past months, it has become increasingly evident to me, that the ability to adapt to changing circumstances in life, is of utmost importance in overcoming adversity – and in generally “coping”. Both professionally – in my role as a Psychologist, as well as personally, I

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Change- The most feared 6 letter word in business. By Sarah Godfrey

Change- The most feared 6 letter word in business. By Sarah Godfrey Okay so you heard them say it. You watched the new personnel arrive and the renovations are in full swing. So why do you feel so anxious? Why does change in our work environment make us so nervous? Let’s be real. Nothing goes

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