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On Hiatus, I will return for a new season on September 16th! Let's talk about mental health, not just as a therapist but as a person. I'm here to share what has been helpful to my clients (and me!) on a journey to living our best lives. Topics I talk about in session, insights about therapy, and tools to use in everyday life. I'm glad you're here :) I am an introvert, a lover of chocolate, a good book, and fluffy animals! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/confessionsofacounsellor/support
 
You’re about to embark on the journey to unlock a new you. My Diet Counselor will provide you comprehensive and personalized health and wellness tips. We are a team, backed with many professional dietitians & doctors who care for your health. You can find out more about the science behind your findings, and to journal your thoughts and goals along the way.
 
Gary Napier as an accredited Counsellor and Life Coach, with over 10 years experience, interviews and chats candidly with his guests, about life's greatest issues. Gary's main areas of expertise are, Relationships, Anger Management and Anxiety. With his genuine warmth and empathetic attitude, you will find yourself listening with intent, as he dives into explore the subjects others like to avoid. We hope you will enjoy the podcasts and more importantly find them helpful. If you would like to ...
 
Our interview with Nadine Doyle, a social service professional, who has worked in many areas such as Addictions Counselling, traditional and alternative Education Service, Mental Health Services, Women's Issues, Child & Youth Counseling and with At-Risk Youth will be sharing her insights into her work as an Addictions Counsellor so that you can begin to understand the challenges and pressure on teens as they navigate a world with easy access to drugs in their lives.
 
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Nick Thiel, dad, relationship coach and good friend of Gary's, speaks openly about the battle to be a part of his children's lives, after a relationship breakdown. Nick shares that his whole world shattered, one father's day, when he found out his ex-wife had moved his children, 200 miles away. His shear determination, made sure that he would conti…
 
DO NOT MISS THIS PODCAST! This week, Gary talks with Alex Williams, a mental health nurse for over 16 years and a motivational speaker. Alex hit 'rock bottom' several years ago, from a childhood trauma that triggered his depression and ultimately ended up with him planning his suicide. Hear how he dramatically turned his life around, after reading …
 
Matt has worked in the sailing business for over 16 years. The yachting industry is often displayed as being glamourous; working with millionaires, traveling the world, and having a 'carefree' lifestyle. In this podcast, Matt shares the other side of the coin, where 18-hour days are not uncommon, working alongside a crew in confined spaces for mont…
 
Hear Karen's story; a mother who struggled to connect to her eldest son and the impact it still has on her life today. Karen candidly talks about the pain of rejection and the regret she has, for not confronting the issues earlier. Karen's account is incredibly moving and powerful; we believe many people will be able to relate to her story. If you …
 
By the time Washington Ali was 16, was addicted to drugs and had left home, Now in his twenties, after coming through those turbulent years, Washington is a Personal Freedom Guide, where he helps people who suffer with low self-esteem, anxiety and anger issues, to become braver and happier. Gary and Washington talk through those teenage years, in w…
 
This week, Gary Napier speaks with Maria Berghs, a lecturer at De Montfort University, Leicester. She currently works with Masters students and has gained great insight into how the stresses and worries of today are effecting our young people. Maria explains how she has personally had to deal with students that have suffered sexual abuse and rape, …
 
How can we integrate self awareness, personality, and self care into a life that feels comfortable for us. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/confessionsofacounsellor/support
 
How wanting to feel happy all the time can actually derail the work of therapy and prevent creating a life that feels good for you. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/confessionsofacounsellor/support…
 
Covid-19 has not only disrupted our living experience, but has placed one big magnifying glass onto our relationships. Many couples have found during the lockdown, an intensifying pressure, being forced to stay in and learning to find ways of getting along together. Whereas even couples who considered their relationship status as good, have now fou…
 
Thanks to Brene Brown to introducing me to the language of rumble your story. Looking at how this idea can change how we approach therapy. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/confessionsofacounsellor/support…
 
It's okay to have resistance, in fact it's a part of therapy and learning to recognize resistance can help us to dig deeper to create change. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/confessionsofacounsellor/support…
 
Change and feeling better is not about the hour you spend in therapy it's about the work done outside of therapy. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/confessionsofacounsellor/support
 
Join counsellor Gary Napier as he interviews Nick Thiel a relationship coach, to discuss the difficulties within relationships. Nick has a passion for coaching couples and exploring how even the most perceived failed marriages can, with coaching, lead them onto a path of success. Nick has himself, been through a difficult break up with his first ma…
 
Remember that therapy and healing is not something that happens over night but rather something that we continued to participate in to learn and cope in new ways. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/confessionsofacounsellor/support…
 
Here I talk about tools and resources I use in session to support my clients. Reference to Dr. John and Julie Gottman--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/confessionsofacounsellor/support
 
In this episode I’m going to talk about being nice. Did you know that it is possible to be too nice? But wait! Isn’t it nice to be nice? Don’t we want more nice people in the world? Well of course, but if you’ve been listening to other episodes of The ACT Counsellor you’ll probably have an idea of where I’m heading with this. Do you sometimes think…
 
This is a break down of how I use Marshall Rosenberg's steps to help clients communicate with their loved ones. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/confessionsofacounsellor/support
 
Do you often say yes when you really want to say no? I used to do this all the time. I was so agreeable. I don’t think I knew how to say “No”. Someone would ask me to do something, and I would immediately say, “Yes”, then I would realise afterwards that I really should have said, “No”, I would then build resentment towards the person for asking me …
 
What is happening in our bodies when we have feelings and what to do. Check out Part One if you missed it..--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/confessionsofacounsellor/support
 
Hello and welcome to episode #11 of The ACT Counsellor. I have been a counsellor and consultant in Bendigo Central Victoria, Australia where I have a private practice. I also see clients in the ‘online space’ from various places in Australia. Certainly, online delivery of services has increased over the Looking back now, through all of that I wasn’…
 
What is happening in our bodies when we have feelings and what to do. Check out Part Two for more..--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/confessionsofacounsellor/support
 
This is episode number 10 of The ACT Counsellor which feels like a mini milestone of sorts. Thank you so much for listening and for those of you who have given such encouraging feedback. I am so pleased to know that you are finding these episodes life enhancing. In today’s episode we're going to be talking all about sleep. You know when people used…
 
Do you feel like the world is out of control? Do you sometimes wonder how to keep going? We live in a world that gives us the message that we are only supposed to have positive thoughts and feelings. We pick-up this idea that to be happy, positive and joyful is how we are meant to be, all, or at least most of the time. We also, along the way, pick …
 
Currently in Australia and in Bendigo, where I live, we are experiencing some real challenges as we are another lockdown. We’re facing restrictions on our way of life and although for many of us we can see why these things need to happen, our nervous systems are feeling frayed by the endless news and statistics, reports on cases and vaccines. If yo…
 
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