• Uses and Benefits of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)
    November 12, 2019
    What is DBT and How Does it Work? Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) is a form of therapy that helps people who have intense emotional reactions. It’s primarily used by those who live with a borderline personality disorder. The aim of DBT is to help patients find an easier way to manage their emotions. It achieves this ... Read more
  • Uses and Benefits of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
    November 7, 2019
    Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is a unique form of therapy that encourages patients to embrace their negative thoughts and feelings instead of trying to avoid or eliminate them. Trained therapists use this technique to treat a wide range of conditions, and it has shown to be remarkably effective for many people. Here’s what you ... Read more
  • What is CBT and How Does it Work?
    August 26, 2019
      Cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) is a versatile approach to psychological treatment that can be applied to a diverse range of mental disorders and conditions. It can help patients reframe negative thought processes to overcome a variety of challenges relating to disordered thinking. Here’s what you need to know about this form of therapy and how ... Read more
  • Steph Allen at ShireWomen
    August 14, 2018
    Our Very Own Stephanie Allen Featured at ShireWomen Empower Event Here at Life & Mind Psychology, we are all about helping people live their best lives. Financial wellness is an essential component of a great life, so it is surprising just how many women don’t consider themselves highly educated in this area. ShireWomen aims to combat ... Read more
  • The 10 Do’s & Dont’s of Parent Separation
    July 26, 2017
    When couples separate difficult feelings such as anger, bitterness and fear are to be expected. However, if you have children, the challenge is not to let such feelings affect your children, as well as their relationship with the other parent. Although the couple’s relationship has ended, the parenting relationship, of course, does not. Research has shown ... Read more
  • The importance of taking time for you
    December 22, 2016
    You are feeling overwhelmed, the to-do list is ever growing, the demands on you are never ending. You are channelling your inner Dory, just keep swimming, however, if you’ve ever been on a plane, you will be all too familiar with the safety briefing from the flight attendants. Without going into the whole spiel, part ... Read more
  • 4 Tips to Smash Your Way Through the HSC
    August 2, 2016
    Life & Mind Psychology provide counselling services to teens and children, in Sutherland Shire, Sydney. If you are approaching your HSC, this can be both a challenging and exciting time for you. Thirteen years of schooling are coming to a close and you’re getting ready for the next chapter of your life. There are decisions to be made ... Read more
  • The Pros and Cons of Screen Time for Children and Teens
    October 3, 2015
    Gerri Minshall is a senior child and adolescent clinical psychologist, at Life & Mind Psychology in southern Sydney. — Screentime… so what more can possibly be written about it? It captivates and obsesses us, and makes up the fabric of our everyday lives and yet leaves us reeling after yet another fight with our teenagers about gaming ... Read more
  • How To Worry Less, in 4 Simple Steps
    April 9, 2015
    Life & Mind Psychology offer anxiety and worry treatment to clients in Sutherland Shire. Worry can feel overwhelming sometimes. Don’t you just wish you could flick a switch and turn your mind off for a while? Our mind fills us with “what if” questions, and we get stuck thinking about what may or may not happen ... Read more
  • Are you tired of feeling tired? Here are 10 tired-busting tips!
    April 2, 2015
    Life & Mind Psychology offer treatment for insomnia and sleeplessness to clients in Sutherland Shire. Let’s face it: life can be really tough to deal with when we feel tired from lack of sleep. Not only can exhaustion make us feel irritable and anxious, it can affect us in other ways like eating more food, exercising ... Read more