Tag: Behaviour change

  Boost Your Mental Health

This article from the Geelong Advertiser is about ways we can improve our mental health, whether receiving psychological therapy or not.

  Temporary to Transformative – Types of Change

Episode 117 – Temporary to Transformative – Types of Change  Chris and Rowan discuss the three different types of change and how we can bring about meaningful, long-lasting change… Read more »

  Your Active Approach to Mental Health

Episode 115 – Your Active Approach to Mental Health  Chris and Rowan discuss the idea that we will each have our own unique recipe for mental health and we… Read more »

  Supporting Change with Chair Work

Episode 101 – Supporting Change with Chair Work  Chris and Rowan discuss a therapy technique called chair work that comes from Gestalt therapy and involves acting out different parts… Read more »

  The Significance of Taking the Next Step

Episode 100 – The Significance of Taking the Next Step  For our 100th podcast episode, Chris and Rowan talk about a fundamental aspect of psychological therapy, helping someone to… Read more »

  Starts with Small Steps

An article about one of the most helpful principles for changing behaviour, including when in therapy.  

  Cut Not Right Move

  An article about the recent changes made to the Medicare Better Access scheme, which grants access to rebated sessions for psychological therapy. Our practice contributed to the report that… Read more »

  Block Out the Noise

An article about various influences that can negatively impact on our judgments, based on the recently released book, Noise. It’s relevant to voting in elections, improving the accuracy of our predictions,… Read more »

  Some Basics of Schema Therapy

Episode 87 – Some Basics of Schema Therapy  Chris and Rowan discuss the topic of schema therapy. Schema therapy looks at the persistent thinking patterns that can cause underlying… Read more »

  An Unexpected Mood Booster

An article about the benefits of cold-water swimming, a particularly invigorating way to start the day.