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Does this sound familiar? Do your thoughts keep you awake? Or wake you in the night?? Have you noticed how much this impacts on your mood and perceptions of life? Please don’t struggle with this alone, we have some tools and strategies which can help! Please give us a call on 0439320444 to find out more, or check us out at www.alifesimplylived.com.au ... See MoreSee Less

Does this sound familiar? Do your thoughts keep you awake? Or wake you in the night??  Have you noticed how much this  impacts on your mood and perceptions of life? Please don’t struggle with this alone,  we have some tools and strategies which can help! Please give us a call on 0439320444 to find out more, or check us out at www.alifesimplylived.com.au

This doesn’t just apply to kids either.... remember the language we use has a powerful effect!

( #repost Thanks Michelle Hill!)
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This doesn’t just apply to kids either.... remember the language we use has a powerful effect! 

( #repost Thanks Michelle Hill!)

We are looking for some passionate new team members to join our vibrant and dedicated team. If you are, or know, a psychologist, provisional psychologist or AMHSW who likes a challenge and would thrive in a team that values integrity, professionalism and connection with clients, colleagues, referrers and community, we would love to hear from you! We are a family friendly workplace, and are happy to negotiate work hours and employment type....

www.seek.com.au/job/39943786?searchrequesttoken=caf57bcd-d02e-4c5e-b9d3-965528c77b51&type=standard

www.seek.com.au/job/39943800?searchrequesttoken=caf57bcd-d02e-4c5e-b9d3-965528c77b51&type=standard
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We are looking for some passionate new team members to join our vibrant and dedicated team. If you are, or know, a psychologist, provisional psychologist or AMHSW who likes a challenge and would thrive in a team that values integrity, professionalism and connection with clients, colleagues, referrers and community, we would love to hear from you!  We are a family friendly workplace, and are happy to negotiate work hours and employment type.... 

https://www.seek.com.au/job/39943786?searchrequesttoken=caf57bcd-d02e-4c5e-b9d3-965528c77b51&type=standard

https://www.seek.com.au/job/39943800?searchrequesttoken=caf57bcd-d02e-4c5e-b9d3-965528c77b51&type=standard

 

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Not for US. For YOU. In therapy it is not your job to take care of your therapist’s feelings. We came into this profession knowing full well that we can be fired at any moment. Finding a good fit is one of the most important things in a therapeutic relationship, and in your goal for change. A big piece of therapy is learning a healthy goodbye. It can be scary to tell your therapist you don’t want to come anymore. We truly care about you, so of course we will miss you! Actually, the point of therapy is eventually not to need us. When you ghost, you miss the opportunity for closure. You miss the opportunity to process why you’re not choosing to stay. Many times there is more work to be done, but when you voice your readiness to move on a good therapist will support you in your choice. If it’s a matter of poor fit or cost, we can help refer you to the right resources. So be kind to you, and don’t 👻 your therapist! #repost @youraustintherapist ... See MoreSee Less

Not for US. For YOU. In therapy it is not your job to take care of your therapist’s feelings. We came into this profession knowing full well that we can be fired at any moment. Finding a good fit is one of the most important things in a therapeutic relationship, and in your goal for change. A big piece of therapy is learning a healthy goodbye. It can be scary to tell your therapist you don’t want to come anymore. We truly care about you, so of course we will miss you! Actually, the point of therapy is eventually not to need us. When you ghost, you miss the opportunity for closure. You miss the opportunity to process why you’re not choosing to stay. Many times there is more work to be done, but when you voice your readiness to move on a good therapist will support you in your choice. If it’s a matter of poor fit or cost, we can help refer you to the right resources. So be kind to you, and don’t 👻 your therapist!  #repost @youraustintherapist

Watching this view out my window this afternoon, I was reflecting on the way the dark skies of the passing storm contrasted with the bright hopefulness of the flowering canola crop (the possibility of a healthy harvest ahead). The whole view was lit up from behind me by the sunshine following the rain. No matter what storms have hit you, they will pass, and your hope for the future will be illuminated by the sunlight that follows. 🌟 ... See MoreSee Less

Watching this view out my window this afternoon, I was reflecting on the way the dark skies of the passing storm contrasted with the bright hopefulness of the flowering canola crop (the possibility of a healthy harvest ahead). The whole view was lit up from behind me by the sunshine following the rain. No matter what storms have hit you, they will pass, and your hope for the future will be illuminated by the sunlight that follows. 🌟

 

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Beautiful

Beautiful

Stunning! 💫

Oh wow great image ☺

I drove around Thursday canola field hunting

Amazing photo!

Wow

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Sometimes being a badass means smashing a long term goal, and sometimes it means simply getting through the day, but don’t allow your anxiety to lie to you. You got this (even when it’s unbelievably hard)!

Photo credit: thanks Suspended Coffees!
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Sometimes being a badass means smashing a long term goal, and sometimes it means simply getting through the day, but don’t allow your anxiety to lie to you. You got this (even when it’s unbelievably hard)! 

Photo credit: thanks Suspended Coffees!

 

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#alifesimplylivedpsychology #alifesimplylived #ruralpsychology #ruralpsychologist #drnaomimalone #ACT #acceptanceandcommitmenttherapy

Sometimes building connections with others means sharing things about ourselves that others might not know, but that say a lot about who we are. Most of you won’t know my dream was to be a forensic chemist, and that I finished a degree in chemistry before I studied psychology, and pursued my love of sharing people’s journeys (hence the nerdy chemistry joke in the pic!) I’d love to hear the one thing you would most like others to know about you that might surprise them! Feel free to share in the comments below. Naomi ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

Sometimes building connections with others means sharing things about ourselves that others might not know, but that say a lot about who we are. Most of you won’t know my dream was to be a forensic chemist, and that I finished a degree in chemistry before I studied psychology, and pursued my love of sharing people’s journeys (hence the nerdy chemistry joke in the pic!) I’d love to hear the one thing you would most like others to know about you that might surprise them! Feel free to share in the comments below. Naomi ❤️

 

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I always had a secret urge to embrace my inner Aretha Franklin and sing in front of people and to belt out a few big notes. After a failed solo in the youth production due to a case of laryngitis I never tried again until my mid thirties where I found a beautiful soulful singing teacher and after five years I belted out any Sia and Adele number. I hung up the mic except for a few karaoke nights when we moved to Bendigo.......singing is such a wonderful gift and everyone has it inside them. Secretly I would like to build a therapeutic choir......who knows

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