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New Year’s resolutions already getting the better of you?  You’re not alone!  Even with the best of intentions, it’s really hard to start something from nothing.  Resolutions are often brand-new behaviours, attitudes, and/or activities which can be really difficult to stick to if they aren’t...

Have you been affected by the Australian bushfire crisis?  You are not alone.  The country is coping with the most devastating fire season and we want to make sure you have the resources to support not only your physical safety but your psychological safety too. After...

Last month Dr. Elizabeth was interviewed on the radio with JOY 94.9 FM hosts Dean & Robbie where she discussed the benefits of sleep and some top tips to help you get the z's you need.  Click here to listen to the full 15-minute audio...

Empathy is having the ability to understand and share another person’s feelings.  Sometimes there is nothing more meaningful than when you get the sense that your partner ‘gets it’ – not just understands the facts of your situation with their head, but really attunes to...

You’ve probably heard of the Five Love Languages – a notion developed by Dr. Gary Chapman which explains why even if you and your partner speak the same language, you might have different ways that you each like to communicate your love.  There’s Words of...

Ever notice you or your partner’s mind wandering away during sexual activities?  Maybe you have a lot on your plate and there’s a million things occupying your mind.  Maybe there’s a few insecurities about your body, sexual performance, or whether your partner is enjoying themselves,...

Today is Australia’s national R U OK? Day – a day organised by the R U OK? non-profit suicide organisation to remind and encourage us to have conversations about suicide. Do you know how to detect the signs of suicide?  Here’s some of clues that might...

Do you trust everything your brain tells you?  Or are you open to weighing up the validity of your thoughts?  Can you play around with the “truths” your mind comes up with? Learning to challenge your own thoughts leads to more flexible thinking styles which is...

Depression is a complex disease.  The reasons behind its development often include a mix of biological risk factors like whether there has been depression in your family (your ‘genetic predisposition’)1-2, psychological factors including how flexible your cognitive (thinking) style is3 or whether you’re more subject...