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Couples therapy – part 2 - Another way of being
In the writers words ... "therapy was so revealing ... and positive change was discernible almost from the very first session" This couple built on that experience and are now enjoying a renewed and deepened marriage.
Why we don’t let love in
Continuing the Valentine’s Day theme from last month, for March 2015 we have chosen an awesome audio all about love and why we sometimes avoid letting it in.
Adapting to our environment
Watch part of Jean Gamble’s presentation at the Psychological Wellbeing Conference in 2013 where she shares how men and women are encouraged to adapt to their environment from a young age.
Why and how do we have loneliness in relationships?
Rebecca Asquith interviews experienced Relationship Counsellors Annette and Gabe about loneliness in relationships.
Couples therapy – part 3 - Don't hold back!
Included in the final instalment of this great three part article are tips you can incorporate on a daily basis to assist in getting you relationships back on track - relationships that are healthy, loving, supportive and fun.
Couples therapy – part 1 - Life as he knew it
Part one looks at a long term marriage that had gone a bit 'stale'. Being prepared to look at yourself and what is truly going on, can open the door to a new way of being together.
How do I become a practitioner of Sacred Esoteric Healing?
An article that discusses the training and integrity requirements to become a practitioner in Sacred Esoteric Healing
The importance of self-responsibility
Tanya Curtis offers that when our focus as mental health professionals shifts to a foundation of self responsibility, then we will be able to impact positively on our clients psychological wellbeing.
Universal Medicine Therapies
Universal Medicine Therapies are popular healing modalities that are being practised all over the world, not only by complementary to medicine practitioners but professionals from all walks of life.
Are we prepared to question the status quo of the mental health industry?
In an era where our ill-mental health rates are reaching unprecedented highs and more practitioners are speaking out about the efficacy of our practices, is now not the time to ask the question – is there more?