As a Counsellor, Mindfulness Teacher and Therapist I work with a very diverse and neuro-diverse client base. Often I will work with clients that appear on the Autistic Spectrum, that present with a variety of wellbeing needs.

This article looks at how we might both reco...

Unchecked stress can wreak havoc on your well-being. These are the warning signs that you’re heading toward burnout plus six steps to manage your stress.

Stress is everywhere. You wake up in the morning to the sound of your phone’s alarm blaring, sending a hit of adrena...

Habits are formed and strengthened as we journey through a continuous loop seeking to satisfy our urges. Here's how to break the cycle.

If there’s a patch of open lawn at a corner, children will cut through, and grass soon becomes hardened ground. Ancient people created...

Your day-to-day activities offer ample opportunities to call up mindfulness in any moment. These simple practices will breathe space into your daily routines.

How often have you rushed out the door and into your day without even thinking about how you’d like things to g...

Kids need ease and fun when it comes to difficult tasks like challenging negative self-talk, says Dr. Hazel Harrison. She introduces “The Critical Critter” for exploring self-critical thoughts with your child.

Have you ever heard your child say something like: “I’m not...

Teens are experiencing increased levels of anxiety and perfectionism. Encouraging them to develop their strengths and see beyond themselves can help boost their self-esteem.

No one wants to hang out with me. I’m a failure at school. All my other friends seem happy. What...

It's not about permissive parenting, says Dr. Dan Siegel in his new book "Yes Brain" with co-author Tina Payne Bryson. It's about using "yes" to find ways to relate, which encourages kids to explore and be resilient, instead of starting at "no," which shuts them down.

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