Making difficult decisions
I’m writing my first blog back after two week’s holiday in the UK and I’m peak jet-lag with zero awareness of whereabouts in the world my body feels like it is right now, so I will be sure to do an extra spell-check before uploading it!
The holiday edition – taking a break
Starting a PhD in the same year as your eldest child is starting Year 12, in addition to running a private practice and co-running a household full of children and two high-maintenance Dachshunds has been quite the challenge!
Revisiting: what is EMDR therapy (and how does it work)?
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a psychotherapy that enables people to heal from the symptoms and emotional distress that come from difficult or traumatic life experiences or events.
My favourite resources: April – June 2023
This quarter (SO wild to realise that we’re halfway through 2023 already!) I’ve quite busy consuming resources and research that I’ve found fascinating and inspiring both in the work I do as a psychotherapist, but also in my own personal world.
Be an informed consumer of therapy!
Full transparency – this week’s blog is very Australian-centric and specifically refers to the structure of the mental health system where I am writing from. Whilst the essence of if it still super relevant for other parts of the world the specific references might be quite different for other countries.