(07) 5569 0115 - Gold Coast

BLOG

Welcome, we hope you enjoy dropping by!
LET'S CONNECT!
The #SOBERCURIOUS Movement: Are You Ready to Give Drinking A Break?

The #SOBERCURIOUS Movement: Are You Ready to Give Drinking A Break?

The Sober Curious movement is one of the latest social media health trends – like Dry July and Sober October – and its accompanying hashtag #sobercurious is growing in popularity by the day. The cornerstone of the #sobercurious movement is the idea that exploring sobriety is not simply for those with a debilitating problem with alcohol. Instead, the movement encourages anyone and everyone...

read more
Communication Styles and Common Myths

Communication Styles and Common Myths

In our last blog article, we covered the key (but often unknown) differences between introverts and extroverts. However, understanding these differences is only part of the key to unlocking better relationships with your partner, loved ones, friends and colleagues. Understanding the communication styles of those you interact with is also crucial to making the most of your important...

read more
The Differences Between Introverts and Extroverts

The Differences Between Introverts and Extroverts

You may think you know the differences between introverts and extroverts. Introverts are quiet and reserved, whilst extroverts and louder and more confident, right? The truth is, these stereotypes don’t even nearly begin to cover the full depth of differences between introverts and extroverts. Some of these differences are subtle, and some are more obvious. Understanding the key differences...

read more
The 7 things that REALLY make you unhappy

The 7 things that REALLY make you unhappy

Ask any number of people and you’re unlikely to have anyone admit to wanting to be unhappy. And yet, no matter how hard we try, there often seems little we can do to change our perspective on life and find ourselves suddenly happier. The trouble is, we spend so much time chasing the things that we think will make us happy, that we overlook even the simplest things that are making us UNHAPPY! In...

read more
MINIMALISM: Is all your ‘stuff’ making you unhappy?

MINIMALISM: Is all your ‘stuff’ making you unhappy?

The term ‘minimalism’ first started to be used in the 20th century, as an architectural and later, an artistic movement. Nowadays, minimalism refers to a philosophy of ‘doing more with less’ and tends to bring to mind people like Marie Kondo and images of frantic de-cluttering of people’s homes. But minimalism is about much more than just cleaning out your unwanted junk. The philosophy is...

read more
4 Powerful Tools to Help You Reach Your Goals

4 Powerful Tools to Help You Reach Your Goals

Goal setting is an important part of life. Whether for self-improvement or self-care, or to be more successful in career or study; setting goals is key to achieving the growth that we’re hoping for. No matter what your goals are, achieving them can be difficult without the proper tools. Here, we uncover 4 simple, actionable tools to help you reach your goals. 1. Put the ‘frog’ first...

read more
The Power of Personal Growth and How to Tap into It

The Power of Personal Growth and How to Tap into It

What does personal growth mean to you? Would it surprise you to know that many people – probably a good percentage of the people you know – go through their lives without ever really considering their own personal growth? The power of personal growth lies in its ability to transform your life through positive mental, physical, emotional and circumstantial change. By tapping into your own...

read more
Simple Daily Habits to Help Manage Your Anxiety

Simple Daily Habits to Help Manage Your Anxiety

For those who suffer with anxiety, it can be a daily struggle. There are hundreds of moments throughout the day when anxiety can creep in, and there’s often very little warning. Just as there is no typical anxiety sufferer, there is also no typical experience of anxiety; for some, anxiety is a constant, niggling worry at the back of the mind, for others, it is a near-constant series of panic...

read more
Mindfulness and EMDR

Mindfulness and EMDR

EMDR was originally developed to help sufferers of trauma to overcome their pain and remove destructive coping mechanisms such as hyper vigilance and recurring disruptive memories (like those experienced by PTSD sufferers). However, EMDR is increasingly being utilised as a therapeutic technique to help counselling and psychology clients with a range of concerns, including developing...

read more
Seven Ways to Beat the Winter Blues

Seven Ways to Beat the Winter Blues

Do you find winter a difficult time for both your physical and mental health? It isn’t called the ‘winter blues’ for nothing. In fact, there’s even a scientific term for it: SAD, or Seasonal Affective Disorder. As the temperatures drop and the days get shorter, many of us find ourselves having trouble getting out of bed and facing the day. Seasonal Affective Disorder is characterised by symptoms...

read more