Reflection Psychology Blog

Melbourne clinical psychologist can help you cope with Christmas

September 20, 2015 Christmas is traditionally a time for families, friendship and fun and it’s only three months away. While many count down the days with enthusiasm, to some the festive season comes gift-wrapped in sorrow and stress and tied with a ribbon of loneliness. Our team at Reflection Psychology can help. As your Melbourne-based clinical psychologist, we...
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Find your happiness through counselling at our Melbourne practice

July 19, 2015 A common goal we see at our psychology practice in Melbourne tends to be that people are constantly trying to increase their happiness. We seek pleasure in everything from food and friends, to sex and adventure. Yet, it appears that many people seem to be chasing something that they haven’t ever fully thought about. The question that...
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Melbourne psychology turning ‘Resolutions’ into ‘Rememberlutions’

June 30, 2015 The buzz word we hear at our Melbourne psychology practices these days seems to be ‘Mindfulness’. In many counselling and coaching sessions as well as general day-to-day conversations, you will often hear people talking about how we should all learn to live in the moment and appreciate and cherish every moment we have. While New Year’s resolutions...
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Melbourne psychologist: the ‘power of vulnerability’ will beat anxiety

June 13, 2015 All of the clients at our Melbourne psychology practices would have heard me go on and on about understanding and living the true ‘power of vulnerability’. Usually when they first hear of it, they may understand it logically but quite often it’s only during and at the end of our journey together that they really understand...
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Mindfulness counselling in Melbourne

April 24, 2015 For over a decade I have had numerous parents bring their children into our Melbourne practice for counselling to deal with issues such as poor behaviour, hyper-activity and struggles at school due to their inability to focus. Why is it that every single year the diagnosis of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) gets greater and...
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Melbourne counsellors make back-to-school easy

February 19, 2015 Anxious feelings are normal and expected during times of transition or change. This is especially true for children and teens going back to school, or for first-timers starting kindergarten. This transition can be stressful and disruptive for the entire family! Prior to the first day of school, your anxious child may cling, cry, have temper...
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