Fear of fear

My talk this morning on Radio Live was all about anxiety and how we can use mindfulness skills to help us manage "fear of fear".  (Click here for a link to the audio) Fear of fear makes us want to block or avoid the primary fear, and when this happens the tangle begins. Normally two Read More >

Go with the Flow

My piece this week on Radio Live was focussed on the psychological concept of "Flow." (click here for a link to the audio) For those of you interested here's some more about flow and engagement.  Firstly here's an interview with the researcher who coined the concept, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi from a 2004 TED conference. To read Read More >

Tune in

I just wanted to let everyone know that Radio Live have been good enough to give me a few minutes each week to talk about some things that really matter to me.  I’ll be talking to Tony Murrell on the Home and Garden show each week about Mindfulness, positive psychology and giving some tips for Read More >

All it takes is 10 mindful minutes

A great introduction to stress and the use of mindfulness. Feel free to contact me if you would like to know more about how to use mindfulness in your day to day life Read More >

Time for a change

In case you missed it here's a link for my interview with Wallace Chapman last Sunday morning: 2013: Time for a change - Audio Player - Audio - RadioLIVE Read More >

HELP needs our help (again.)

The following is from the online petition which can be found by clicking here.  If you already signed it 12 months ago please read the update and circulate to your networks.  HELP need our help...   Petitioning Prime Minister: New Zealand Government: Stop the closure of Auckland’s 24/7 sexual violence crisis service Petition by: Kirsty Read More >

Services for sexual assault and rape victims under threat

Monday, 19 November 2012, 6:16 pm Press Release: Help Emergency services for sexual assault and rape victims will have to be drastically cut following National Government funding decision “We have no choice but to cut essential services for victims of rape and sexual abuse despite an earlier government promise to maintain adequate and sustainable funding Read More >

Privilege

Being a therapist, privacy’s kind of in the blood.  Much the same for all health professionals, it’s part of our training and our professional ethics.  Lawyers, doctors and priests all have legal privilege to keep even incriminating information private, with some very occasional exceptions. These exceptions don’t have black and white rules, they’re governed by Read More >

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