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Interview with Australian author and Teacher Librarian Kat Colmer on her new book The Third Kiss. Available here for less than the price of a cup of coffee. https://books2read.com/u/3nOYEx. Talking…

Interview with Australian author and Teacher Librarian Kat Colmer on her new book The Third Kiss. Available here for less than the price of a cup of coffee. https://books2read.com/u/3nOYEx. Talking perfectionism, fear of negative evaluation, teen issues in Young Adult literature with a feature on RUOK? Day. #katcolmer #yalit #mhyalit #thethirdkiss #mentalhealth #ruokday #anxiety #perfectionism #writerslife

The lovely Katrina Roe, Author has written a gorgeous book about a giraffe with anxiety. Congratulations Katrina. 10 signed copies will be available for purchase at the Westleigh clinic 🙂 You can als…

The lovely Katrina Roe, Author has written a gorgeous book about a giraffe with anxiety. Congratulations Katrina. 10 signed copies will be available for purchase at the Westleigh clinic 🙂 You can also order online from Wombat Books and Booktopia.

Barriers to moving, shifting the focus from criticisms of ourselves and focusing on a manageable goal. Video with Teddy the dog as he helps me move this morning. Can you guess what’s in my hand? What …

Barriers to moving, shifting the focus from criticisms of ourselves and focusing on a manageable goal. Video with Teddy the dog as he helps me move this morning. Can you guess what's in my hand? What other ways can you think of to get some sun and movement in manageable ways? #excerciseyourmood #thedailypsych #workwithanimals

The teenage years…”The back-to-front development of the brain explains why your child’s thinking and behaviour sometimes seem quite mature, and illogical, impulsive or emotional at other times. Te…

The teenage years..."The back-to-front development of the brain explains why your child’s thinking and behaviour sometimes seem quite mature, and illogical, impulsive or emotional at other times. Teenagers are working with brains that are still under construction" From the Raising Children's Network. #adolescentpsychologist #sleep #teendevelopment

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Jumping to conclusions about how much it will impact our health is not beneficial when this problem is not considered chronic. When we think about many new mums who consistently have very little sleep for the first few years of their child’s life, we realise that lack of sleep is natural and part of the human experience. #Sleep #Wellness #Psychology ... See MoreSee Less
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Permitting to feel your emotions without judgment will process the deeper meaning behind it and may alleviate some of the sadness. Increasing our awareness about our feelings, we can process these feelings with compassion. With self-soothing and reminding that we are human beings and allow us feel a range of emotions which is okay. #selfcare #mentalhealth #psychology ... See MoreSee Less
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Striving to achieve a high standard is not a bad thing when it’s not damaging to your mental health.On this blog, Jennifer Chu talks about perfectionism and how it can sometimes be a problem. Click the link below to read more.bit.ly/3D7WsSV#Perfectionism #MentalHealth ... See MoreSee Less
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Friendships and attachments are essential. Because they contribute to our overall well-being, a lack of friends or poor, superficial friendships can damage your mental health. By taking baby steps toward your goal, you may feel motivated to move forward with forming close connections. #friendship #connection #psychology ... See MoreSee Less
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The science is solid that the benefits of meditation occur only through constant practice. Start slow and gradually build up your meditation. #meditation #selfcare #wellbeing ... See MoreSee Less
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