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Counselling Articles

Three Phases of Counselling

No two counselling clients are the same, everyone comes into the process in a different place with different needs. Couples counselling is the same – each couple is in their own unique place with their […]

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Counselling Articles

Behaviour Shapes Experiences

In a frame hanging on the wall in my office are some words that seem to really help my clients. The words are ‘Behaviour affects Experiences and Experiences affect Behaviour’. What exactly does that mean? […]

Counselling Articles

Counselling during COVID Lockdown

The 2021 COVID Lockdown in Sydney is continuing on, that doesn’t mean though that Counselling isn’t an option. Yes, at present my Counselling sessions need to be conducted online. If this is OK with you, […]

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Value of the 24 hour rule

When I am working with clients in relationship counselling I often introduce the 24 hour rule. What is the 24 hour rule? It’s a pretty simple one – my relationship counselling clients are asked to […]

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Tit for Tat cycle can be broken

One psychological theory that has been proven time and again is the Tit for Tat game theory. What is the Tit for Tat theory? This is where, in a two-person game, when a player works […]

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The Value of Appreciation

In what is considered a high-speed world, how often do you stop to really appreciate what you have? Do you regularly stop and smell the roses? Take a moment to pause and think about how […]