self confidence

Counselling for Alcohol Addiction

His wife threatened to leave him because of his alcohol addiction Andrew called me after his wife was threatening to leave him if he did not look at his addiction to alcohol. He was quite distressed over this issue and the anxiety was causing him to drink even more. We started to work together on […]

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Journey To Happiness

Peter here with a very recent testimonial that a client is willing to share. I hope it helps you too… Life was a constant battle When I first made contact with Peter I felt that maybe life was meant to the constant battle it had been. My relationships were in chaos and every little thing […]

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How's Your Self Worth

What you think of yourself is more important than what other people think of you As a relationship counsellor, if I could put my finger on one issue that tends to come up for most people, it is a feeling of self worth. You may identify with the feeling of not good enough and this may […]

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Traralgon counsellor reveals the secrets to living an amazing life

The Secret To Having An Amazing Life. We all want an amazing life and to truly create an amazing life for ourselves we need to get into the feeling of being in THE NOW. Why The Present or The NOW? When we are stuck in the past we create depression for ourselves. Most of us […]

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How Counselling Can Reverse Negative Childhood Beliefs

In early childhood our parents influence our beliefs about ourselves We take on our beliefs about ourselves from an early age – the child who is told she is lazy, clumsy, noisy etc often takes that belief into adulthood. Up to about the age of 7 years (the egotistical child) children always looks to mum […]

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