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March 23, 2018

How do people deal with difficult events that change their lives? The death of a loved one, redundancy or loss of a job, moving overseas or moving house, serious illness, divorce or separation and other traumatic events: these are all examples of very challenging life...

March 23, 2018

Making a connection and building relationships with people is critical for us in our society. It can really improve our quality of life, reduce stress and make us feel less anxious about things. 

We now know that improving social connections and support from others imp...

March 22, 2018

Have you heard about or done some reading on the topic of mindfulness? It is a topic that comes up regularly in our coaching and counselling programmes at Incorporate Psychology, and yes it is a modern interest area, highly relevant in this era, but it also draws upon...

March 19, 2017

When the Fun is Gone... Anhedonia defined & treated

Anhedonia is a technical term used in psychiatry and psychology which relates to when a person loses all interest in activities that used to give them a great deal of pleasure. For the everyday person it might mean you...

September 30, 2016

Ever found yourself putting off those important or boring tasks, when you really should be ripping into it? Well, some people struggle with this more than others and it is certainly a topic of conversation in the Incorporate Psychology Coaching Practice.

Whether it is...

August 2, 2016

Change your Experience without Changing your Job

In my work as a Psychologist, I have daily conversations with people who feel trapped and ‘stuck’ in their jobs due to economic pressures, family obligations and lack of opportunity or direction.

Quite often there is a bur...

April 18, 2016

We all get a little nervous or a bit self-conscious on occasions - for example, when we need to give a speech or when we have a job interview or perhaps an important presentation at work. But when it is more pervasive, or more than just a bit of nerves or shyness, it m...

April 18, 2016

Have you noticed that you have a shorter fuse lately and that you have been getting into some fights and confrontations? Have you always known that you have had a bit of a short fuse?

Feeling angry is actually quite normal and part of being a human being. It is a heal...

April 18, 2016

It's pretty easy to find yourself suddenly overtaken with thoughts that are unproductive and negative. The challenge is how do we re-frame these thoughts and take what could become a negative reaction, into a neutral or even positive one?

We have eight special tips th...

April 18, 2016

Being more motivated and goal-oriented can help you be happier and more fulfilled. This blog has some general tips and thought starters that can help you along your way.

1. Identify goals 
 First up, identify your goal and be as specific as possible. Do you want to ge...

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About the Authors

Matt Dale is a qualified, registered and practicing Psychologist. He has worked in private practice and human capital firms for over two decades. Matt also currently works with Queensland Treasury Corporation on its people programs and executive leadership development.

Rachel Tyson is a full member of the Australian Psychological Society. Rachel has been working as a Psychologist for over 20 years in a variety of public and private sector hospital, community and educational settings in Brisbane, Sydney, Cambridge and Canberra.

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