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Writing to Heal

Journaling to process emotions, change thinking/mindset/perspective and discover your deepest heart and soul longings/yearnings.

Counselling, Couples Counselling, life coaching, Manage Anxiety, Mindful Parenting, Mindfulness, Mindfulness & Life Coaching

Benefits of Mindfulness

I am currently doing a Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT) course online (https://www.mindfulpath.com.au/) and loving it! I was first introduced to the daily practice of mindfulness through an MBSR course in 2011 and it transformed my life! I practice mindfulness daily but I still sometimes forget or take for granted the reasons why mindfulness saves me… Continue reading Benefits of Mindfulness

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What is within my control?

Early intervention and support for parents to coach their children to learn effective strategies and develop an internal locus of control to reduce anxiety.

Mindful Parenting

A lifetime’s work not a season…how can we prevent future burnout…and step out of the rescuer role!

'We are here to do a life's work, not a season. Do not burn out now. You are needed for the long haul. It is time that we deeply honor these cycles and stop expecting things and ourselves to be always on'. Rebecca Campbell, Rise Sister Rise This quote deeply resonated with me in January this… Continue reading A lifetime’s work not a season…how can we prevent future burnout…and step out of the rescuer role!

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My Mindfulness Journey…

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I had someone ask me the other day ‘when did you start learning about mindfulness?’ And my answer was ‘Early 2011 when I started an MBSR course (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction) with Nique Murch, an Openground Facilitator’.

But that question (like all good questions) got me thinking and really there have been a lot more twists and turns in my mindfulness journey, is it the same for you?

I’ll just write about a few key moments:

  1. My Mum & Dad had an informal yoga group in our loungeroom, every Tuesday night (which I disliked as a kid!) but when I turned 15 I was allowed to join in – I had a love/ hate relationship with yoga / breathing meditation at that age – at times I felt more relaxed, at other times I felt pressure to do it the right way and I was all tense!

2. The next key time was at Uni, feeling…

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