Interview with: Rianon Wright, ANZMH Association Study Grant Recipient

Earlier this year, the Australian & New Zealand Mental Health Association awarded two $5,000 study grants to individuals looking to start their...

Feeling Full and Empty: The Emotional Experience and Rationale of an (Former) Eating Disorder Sufferer

Everyone and anyone. This both encompasses who should be aware of eating disorders as much as who is capable of developing them. And while the...

Attention All Loved Ones of Addicts: Let’s Come out of the Shame Closet and Recover!

September is Recovery Month

If It Doesn’t Open . . . It’s Not Your Door

A while ago, I was going through my newsfeed on Facebook, when I came across this proclamation:

Life Begins at the End of Your Comfort Zone: Recovery from Addictive Behaviours

Life begins at the end of your comfort zone—so true.

Life Begins at the End of Your Comfort Zone: Recovery from Addictive Behaviours

Life begins at the end of your comfort zone—so true.

Addiction and Recovery: What Do Addicts REALLY Need?

Whenever I hear clients repeating themselves in our therapy sessions, I take notice.

Q&A With An Addiction Therapist: Candace Plattor

It's a tough subject to broach, but when it comes to addiction - whether alcohol, substance or behaviour - knowing what to do and say to support your...

Managing bullying, stress management and well-being in the school workplace.

As the principal of a small rural school in New Zealand I have learnt many lessons about managing bullying, stress management and well-being in the...

How ‘real’ participation in a mental health program evaluation can contribute to a participant’s ‘recovery’.

How ‘real’ participation in a mental health program evaluation can contribute to a participant’s ‘recovery’. Dr. John Donnelly.