Entries by Rachel Wilkinson

Therapy – providers/cost/rebates the low down

While the incidence of Covid-19 is now low in Australia and New Zealand, the after-effects on the economy, unemployment and mental health is still very real. Right now, there are long waiting lists to see therapists, more demand in schools for help and support for students and strain on support services. It may be confusing, […]

Holistic Therapy – a client’s perspective

One of my clients recently suggested I write a blog about the different therapies which have been of benefit to them over the last few years. We decided to have an interview style format describing how the range of therapies worked together, from a holistic perspective. The interview is not completely word for word, as […]

Books and Boxing!

Endings and Beginnings There seems to be a theme walking in and out of my clinic recently.  It’s all about endings and beginnings. If there was a bell at my door for each time I said, “All the best with the new job!” “Good luck with your resignation!” “I’m proud of you for leaving that […]

Maybe it’s Time to Let the Old Ways Die

So many of us think we are good with change. We like variety and new challenges. Until it happens. To us. Then it is shit and scary and we are vulnerable and get frustrated and nothing works and why can’t everything go back to how it was when we knew what to do and how […]