An article about the three main coping alternatives when you find yourself stuck in a difficult situation such as a frustrating work environment.
Tag: Conflict Management
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 »
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 »
Episode 76 – More Mentalising – Some Therapy Strategies Chris and Rowan continue the topic of mentalisation and cover some of the top exercises from therapy that can help… Read more »
Episode 29 – The Snakiness of Psychopaths Chris and Rowan discuss what it means to be a psychopath and how they most often show up in our everyday life…. Read more »
Managing with Anger One of the more common problems related to mental health is difficulty managing with anger. Anger problems typically involve repeated verbal or physical aggression, or destructive anger… Read more »
Episode 11 – Interpreting Anger This week, Chris and Rowan look at the topic of anger. Recognising that there are many situations that it’s ok to be angry, we… Read more »
This article discusses some ways of managing conflict in the home, with a particular emphasis on managing conflict in the context of lockdown.
Quelling Quarrels in Quarantine This week, Chris and Rowan discuss ways of using positive psychology to manage the added conflict and situations that we’re all likely to face over… Read more »
Following the national apologies delivered by Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten in parliament, this article discusses the positive impact that these apologies may have in the… Read more »