🎥 What is gaslighting abuse? 1 min read
What is gaslighting and how do you know if it's happening to you? Psychologist Collett Smart discusses this form of emotional abuse and how to deal with it.
🎥 3 tips from a psychologist as COVID-19 restrictions ease 1 min read
As coronavirus restrictions ease, we need to be aware of our mental health. But will "normal" life be the same? Psychologist Collett Smart provides three tips to help you transition back into life after lockdown.
🎥 Code words & kids safety 1 min read
Would your child ever stay in a potentially dangerous situation because they don't know of a discreet way to ask for your help? Psychologist Collett Smart discusses how code words can help teens and young ones avoid dangerous situations.
🎥 How to remain calm under pressure 1 min read
You're not at your best when you're stressed, and remaining calm when life throws stressors your way is one of greatest life skills you can develop. Psychologist Collett Smart explains how to stay calm in the midst of anxiety and...
🎥 How to practise active listening 1 min read
The way to improve your listening skills is to practise "active listening." This is where you make a conscious effort to hear not only the words that another person is saying but, more importantly, the complete message being communicated.
🎥 Supporting Year 12s this academic year during COVID-19 1 min read
Coronavirus means Year 12 students nationwide are preparing for a very different year. Psychologist Collett Smart discusses how you can help your child thrive in their last year of school during COVID-19.
Weight gain and body issues post lockdown 1 min read
We've been through a lot the past few months and being hard on yourself about your body should not be one of them! Psychologist Collett Smart talks us through on how to be kind to ourselves and how we can...
Suffering from mum guilt? Here are 9 ways to beat it 6 min read
How to deal with the guilt trip you get from simply being a mum.
🎥 Why good enough parenting is the best parenting 1 min read
Good enough parents do not strive to be perfect parents and do not expect perfection from their children. Accepting mistakes relieves a lot of pressure from parenting. Psychologist Collett Smart discusses the science and reasoning behind good enough parenting. After...
3 reasons why you should stop yelling at your kids 6 min read
A psychologist explains why we shout at our kids, whether it will cause irreparable damage and strategies we can take to stop shouting at them.