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Jodie Brenton Encouraging Mindful Journaling

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The University of Iowa conducted a study that found that those that journal about the emotions and thoughts in relation to their day-to-day lives show more personal growth and have better mental health outcomes. Journaling is a type of mindfulness and is great way to begin to improving your mental health. However, sometimes writing can


How You Can Support Domestic Violence Victims

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Many victims of domestic violence do not seek professional help, or any kind of support at all. Those that do seek support are most likely to seek support from a loved one or friend. When someone comes to you in need of support it can be confronting, but we are here to help you support


Boost Your Self Confidence with Mary Magalotti

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Your level of self-confidence can influence your life in many ways. Having a solid level of confidence will help your mental health and your level of success in professional and social situations. Our head psychologist, Mary Magalotti and the Life Resolutions psychologists can support you in overcoming self-doubts and boost your confidence. The good news


Behaviour Change and Planning – Mary Magalotti Providing Habit Support

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Breaking old habits and forming new ones takes time, dedication and support! Changing our behaviour is not easy, but it can benefit us in the long-term. Our Director, Jodie Brenton wants Australians to be able to access the information that can help them lead a happy life. That’s why here at Life Resolutions, we hope


Mary Magalotti and Understanding Chronic Patterns in Relationships

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Humans instinctively seek relationships in their lives. Whether it be romantic relationships, friendships or family relationships, these relationships can help us live happy and connected lives. Our head psychologist, Mary Magalotti and our team of psychologists offer relationship counselling to help establish and maintain healthy and strong relationships. It is important to recognise patterns within


Building a Happy Family – Support Made Accessible by Jodie Brenton

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Families are important to all of us. The relationships between family members can have a large impact on their lives. Building a strong, happy and healthy family dynamic is not easy, it takes skill, planning, and consistent execution. Our Director, Jodie Brenton wants family counselling and associated strategies to be accessible to all Australian families.


What Science Says about Anxiety and the Pandemic

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Many people across the globe have been experiencing higher levels of stress and anxiety. The past two years have caused feelings of uncertainty, stress and fear due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Life Resolutions’ Director, Jodie Brenton and Principal Psychologist Mary Magalotti want to inform the public on the facts of anxiety concerning the pandemic and


Eating Disorders and Changes in the Brain

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Unfortunately, eating disorders are fairly common in Australia. Around 16% of the Australian population from an eating disorder or have disordered eating habits according to Eating Disorders Victoria. This figure highlights the severity of eating disorders in Australia. Recently, new research on the brain has uncovered some interesting facts on eating disorders. Our Director, Jodie


Mary Magalotti on The Benefits of Understanding Love Languages

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Love languages can help you understand how you like to express and receive affection in a range of relationship contexts. This can create a new understanding for one another and create a new level of respect between those involved in the relationship. Here at Life Resolutions, our Director Jodie Brenton and principal psychologist, Mary Magalotti


May Magalotti on the Importance of Childhood Psychology

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The growth and development that takes place during childhood is very significant and influential. The events, even small ones, that occur throughout childhood can shape the way someone behaves as an adult. Childhood psychology and counselling can help young people process these events and aid them to deal with tough situations. Principal Psychologist at Life