The Brain Dump

Everyone Can Hold Space For Someone

One of the first things you learn as a therapist is unconditional positive regard. This essentially means that we are warm and accepting of our clients,n even if their beliefs are different from ours. Although, mainly talked about in a therapeutic setting, unconditional positive regard can extend ton all areas

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Journaling – An Outlet For Your Overwhelm

In my last post I talked about living authentically, and how journaling really helps us connect with who we are. It helps us to unhook from our overwhelmn and come back into the present, and realign with our core values. n n n n Not only does journaling provide an

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Living Authentically? What Does That Mean?

I talk a lot about living authentically, or living your truth. But, what do I mean by that? n   n Living authentically really means that the way we live our lives, our thoughts and our actions are congruent with our core values and our beliefs. It meansn using our

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Self Care Is Not Selfish

  n I’m going to start this one off with a big, important statement. n   n n Self care is not selfish. It is necessary. n   n As adults, we are responsible of taking care of our own health. As parents, we also have tiny humans who we

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Owning Your Narrative

Owning your narrative, your story, is so important if we want to live life authentically. This means, that we let go of who we think we are supposed ton be, or who other people think we are supposed to be, and fully embrace who we are. n n n n

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What is Mindfulness and how can it help me?

I have had a few people ask me about mindfulness lately, so I thought it would be a good topic for my next blog post. It really ties in with my ‘Good Enough’ philosophy. n So, what is mindfulness? Mindfulness is really all about awareness. It’s about approaching situations with

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Good Enough

I subscribe to Brené Brown’s weekly dose of daring email list. It’s just a weekly email with a quote to inspire. This weeks said ‘The most dangerous storiesn we make up are the narratives that diminish our inherent worthiness.’ Which was kind of perfect, because I really wanted to talk

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Everywoman Expo 2018

Howdy! n I’m so excited to be a part of the EveryWoman Expo for 2018! It was a complete last minute decision to join in, but I thought, why not? And, I have ton say, I’m really looking forward to it.  n The Expo is on at Perth Convention and

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My Story

Almost every new client who walks through my door wants to know what my journey with Neurofeedback was, and I’m happy to tell it. n   n I first heard about neurofeedback when two of my siblings started using it to help overcome their depression (one being PND). Seeing their transformations

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