Self-care is not about a recreational activity. It’s about good stewardship of the resources that we have, writes Valerie Ling.
Tag: mental health
Reverend Alan Walker’s legacy is well and truly alive as Lifeline celebrates 60 years of crisis support this month.
If you you or someone you know may be experiencing carer fatigue or burnout, it is important to take some action, writes Katelyn Tasker.
It doesn’t take a lot to check in with someone. If you’re a leader, there are simple steps you can take to check in with your team, too.
What if it’s a new year but it feels like the very same old you? It happens more than we talk about, writes Lorrene McClymont.
Preventing burnout is an ongoing exercise. And it starts with planning a balanced day, writes psychologist Valerie Ling.
If you find you are overthinking about how you look, and it’s impacting your mood and eating habits, it may be time to seek support.
Schools are encouraged to make use of the free Kids Helpine @ School program which can empower and help normalise ‘help seeking’ in students.
The label ‘talk therapy’ may drive the myth that psychotherapy is just talking. Monica Jacob dispels a few common myths.
We can build a more flexible mindset if we hold to our ‘Option A’, or our ideals and dreams, very, very loosely.