counselling

While emergency services respond to Australia’s bushfire crisis there’s another army quietly assisting people emotionaly and spiritualy: the chaplains.

If you’re an Aussie, and you haven’t been been traumatised yet by the current bushfire season, you probably someone you know has.

Sadly, in a lot of the African regions, many in the community acutely feel the affects of trauma but aren’t supported in recovery.

Last week I wrote a little bit about how my family is in an in between season and it’s a struggle at times. You can read more about that here. We have a few things ending and no clear direction on where we are heading. I am not great at leaping into the great unknown and […]

More than anything, I wanted to be normal, and in my eyes, the need for counselling meant I was anything but. I was broken and needed repair.

Sometimes ignorance causes us to hurt when we simply want to help. Four tips for how friends and families can help a loved one who is self harming.

If someone you know has been acting a bit “off”, and you’re starting to get concerned, at what point do you recommend a counsellor or a psychiatrist? And how do you go about finding one?


Current track
TITLE
ARTIST

Background