Elevate You.

The best wellness and mental health articles written for you, by professionals.

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Defining spirituality and religion

Dominic Savio

Today, there is a raging debate about the ebbing tides of religion and the prolific interest in spirituality in a post-Christian and post-modern world. However, today, I am focusing on the terms ‘spirituality’ and ‘religion’ without engaging in polemics or arguments. So,...

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Emotional Pain

Melissa Harrell, LPC

Sadness, loss, traumatic or hurtful experiences are common to all of us, that is a given. The reaction, or response to such material varies as much as DNA produces differences in each living being. It has been my experience that certain individuals “toughen up” against...

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Telehealth

Melissa Harrell, LPC

Telemental health

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Moving beyond depression

Dominic Savio

Mental health professionals categorise depression or melancholia, a term coined by Hippocrates, as a mood order is extremely debilitating emotionally, physically, socially and economically (England & Sim, 2012; Gilbert, 2000). Individuals who are depressed tend to manifest beha

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Protecting your energy

The Resilient Mind LLC

It is your duty, a necessity for self, to protect your mental energy.

It is so important that we all invest in ourselves by using the word "no." This word alone will protect your mental energy. I use the word necessity because that is exactly what...

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Counsellingwithdom

Dominic Savio

Getting to know Dom.

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Post-Christian Australia - reality or fiction? (1)

Dominic Savio

The TV programme, ‘The Secrets of the Vatican’ sums up in one word the crisis of the Church (Lennan, 2010). Firstly, it vividly captures the disillusionment of committed...

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Blogs are fun

Natalie Hughes

The fear of change can be our biggest block in life. Do not fear change, embrace it.

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