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Help Me Work on My Negative Thoughts

16+

This is part of our 6-module course – Concrete Steps(TM). This is the second module – Unhelpful Thinking Styles which works through common unhelpful and negative thought patterns that are linked to depression, anxiety and stress.  Work on it in your own pace through our e-mental health hub.

$45

Improve My Sleep and Eating Patterns

16+

This is the third module from our Concrete Steps(TM) online programme.  Here we focus on your self care practices, improving sleep and eating.  We’ll look at some practical strategies for getting more sleep, feeling better about our diet and how these things can really improve our mental health.

$45

Enhance My Mood Through Behavioural Activation

16+

Behavioural activation is a way to gently jump start to our mood by working out small and easy steps to feed your mind and body with positive input. This is Module 4 of our Concrete Steps(TM) online programme focussing on self care through behavioural activation.

$45

Get The Key To Unlock Anxiety Management

16+

Here are some effective ways to start the journey towards identifying and managing your anxiety. This is Module 5 of our Concrete Steps(TM) online programme focussing on anxiety management.

$45
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Anchor My Mind Through Mindfulness

16+

Mindfulness is an effective method to calm and diffuse swirling moods. This is Module 6 of our Concrete Steps(TM) online programme focussing on the practice of mindfulness

$45

Concrete Steps(TM)

16+

Get all 6 modules for our mental health primer that takes you through vital steps to enhance your mental health. Covering the essential steps in all our therapy sessions, giving you a head start to your therapy sessions, or as a stand alone programme to do at your own pace.

Concrete Steps(TM) For Parents

Parents

Get all 6 modules for our mental health primer that takes you through vital steps to journey with your child with their mental health. Covering the essential steps in all our therapy sessions, giving you a head start to your therapy sessions, or as a stand alone programme to do at your own pace.

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Rapid Reset(TM)

Adults

Valerie Ling our Founder and Burnout prevention coach has a simple and easy way to enhance self care habits. Rapid Reset(TM) is an online guided programme delivered by Valerie herself.

FREE RESOURCES

Our clinical team at the Centre For Effective Living regularly creates helpful resources to guide and support you on your wellness journey. Sign up for one (or more!) of the free resources below and have it sent straight to your inbox.

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Done List

Adults

A ‘Done List’ changes our focus from what is hanging over our heads on our never-ending ‘To-Do List’, and instead centres our perspective on what we’ve already achieved, however small. In doing so, we can more readily remember the highlights, achievements and nice moments of our day or week, and feel motivated to add more to our list of accomplishments. Download your free ‘Done List’ template, created by Emily Bemmer, Psychologist.

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Free Mental Health and Well-being Primer

16+

This is the first module of our mental health and well-being course Concrete Steps(TM). Get it free as a taster of the whole course, and discover the world of minds, brains and foundations of well-being

Free Burnout Prevention e-book

Adults

Written by Valerie Ling our Founder, she shares her personal tips on staying balanced while living in the fast lane. 

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Decision Making Checklist

Adults

Do you struggle with making decisions? We’ve put together a short checklist to help simplify your decision making and reduce distress. By Emily Bemmer, Psychologist.

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Worry Beliefs Checklist

Everyone

Have you ever thought about why you worry? In this resource, Sarah shares the process she leads her clients through to identify, fact-check, and release positive beliefs about worry. By Sarah Hindle, Clinical Psychologist.

Dealing With Bullying Activity for Kids

Parents

Is your child experiencing bullying? Sign up below for some tips on how to respond to the bullying and a brainstorming sheet you can complete with your child on coping with bullying at school. By Jessica Buster, Clinical Psychologist.

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‘Mindful Moments’ Mp3’s

Everyone

Join Lauren as she takes you through ‘Mindful Moments’, a collection of guided listening exercises to help you practice the art of mindfulness and find peace in your day. By Lauren Chee, Psychologist.

Mindfulness Bingo

Everyone

Why not take some time for yourself and go for a mindful walk around your neighbourhood this week? Follow this activity to see how many items you can notice while out-and-about. A fun activity on your own, or with the whole family! And remember, 5 in a row (in any direction) equals BINGO! By Sarah Hindle, Clinical Psychologist.

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eSafety

Parents

Talking about drug use, mental health or the dangers of the internet with your teens can be some of the most awkward, but most important conversations you can have with them. To help with this, we’ve put together our top three online resources for working through online safety, drugs and alcohol and talking about anxiety and depression. By Emily Bemmer, Psychologist.

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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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