The importance of self-responsibility

The importance of self-responsibility

Tanya Curtis presents how the field of mental health professionals requires a shift from its current model, highlighting through personal counselling, university and employment, that what we have is clearly not working.

Tanya offers that when our focus as mental health professionals shifts to a foundation of:

  • Self responsibility
  • Living what we are teaching
  • Coming from a perspective that people are not broken
  • There is joy beyond function

Then we will be able to impact positively on our client's psychological wellbeing.

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  • By Tanya Curtis, Author, Behavioural Specialist, Assoc Dip Ed. (Child Care), BHlthSci. (BehMgt), MBehMgt, MCoun

    Tanya is dedicated to supporting people to understand and change their unwanted behaviours and live their full potential. Tanya’s deep care and love of people shines through all of the initiative she dedicates herself to.