Posts for March 2015

Online CounsellingSkype Drop-in Hours

Just a reminder that next week the Skype drop-in hours are not available due to the semester break for Easter. In this time period if you need additional help outside of business hours you can use the Beyond Blue Online […]

Online CounsellingTips for a healthy relationship

Since we were first born most of us have been seeking contact with other people. We have been reaching out and trying to establish relationships with other people. The nature of these relationships evolves over time and each relationship is […]

Online CounsellingBursting the Bubble

As it’s sex week at Callaghan campus this week I’ve been talking about healthy and unhealthy relationships. Whilst the focus has primarily been on romantic relationships I thought I would take some time away from this and talk about other […]

Online CounsellingiMatter…..are you in a healthy relationship?

iMatter was launched on Valentines day this year. Aimed at young people, specifically young women it is designed to get you thinking about what’s healthy and what isn’t healthy in a relationship. While it’s quick to download the app the […]

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Online CounsellingIt’s Sex Week at Callghan

This week on Callaghan Campus it’s sex week. There are a range of activities across the week, starting with movie night tonight in the Derkenne courtyard. After movie night I’ll be hosting an additional Skype session for any student who […]

Online CounsellingAnxiety Home ToolKit

Are you looking for some strategies you can try yourself to manage your anxiety and stress? Or maybe you are looking for some tips to share with someone else who is under pressure right now? Or maybe you want to […]

Online CounsellingWorking through anxiety

You may have noticed a theme to this week’s posts: anxiety. I have noticed this past week that the level of anxiety in students is rising. Assignments are due, the workload is high and the census date is approaching. Students […]

Online CounsellingJust Breathe

One of the most universal and necessary skills that we learn during early life is breathing. It comes naturally right? Well so we are thought to believe. Yet I spend time with nearly every person I see in the counselling […]

Online CounsellingChange in times online….

This week there will be a change in times for the online drop in hours. I will be available as usual on the Tuesday night from 7-8pm and Thursday from 2:30-3:30pm and Friday from 9-10am but instead of the Thursday […]

Online CounsellingMood Tracker

When I first heard of this app ” T2 Mood Tracker” I instantly thought of James Bond and the excitement of the chase that goes with those movies. So when I found out it had been developed by the Defense […]

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