Ryan Hill Perth Counsellor

Reflecting on Your Mental Wellbeing by Ryan Hill

By Breathe Counselling | April 17, 2020 | 0

  Being honest about one’s mental wellbeing and adopting strategies to maintain your mental health not only ensures accountability to one’s own values, morals and personal code of ethics, but also ensures you live a happy healthy life with those … Read more

Humility

Where There is Humility, There is Hope

By Breathe Counselling | April 5, 2020 | 0

Sometimes I say to couples that I’m doing relationship counselling with, “Where there is humility, there is hope.” This is is usually responded to with the question, “What do you mean?” Humility is a multidimensional characteristic, but at its core … Read more

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The Power of Mindfulness

By Breathe Counselling | April 4, 2020 | 0

In times of hardship and uncertainty, it is common to notice our minds wandering off to create thoughts and stories which can be destructive to our wellbeing. As humans, we can experience fearing the unknown and a lack of control … Read more

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Online Counselling

By Breathe Counselling | March 27, 2020 | 0

A few years ago, someone close to me went through some medical treatment that inhibited their ability to leave their home for an extended period of time. During this period, aside from immediate family, they connected with friends and family … Read more

Emotional Calm

By Breathe Counselling | January 29, 2020 | 0

John Gottman talks about three ingredients to a healthy, happy relationship. These are: Trust Commitment Emotional Calm We build trust primarily through turning towards our partner’s and building consistent and safe connection through authenticity, empathy, kindness and validation. Trust seems … Read more

Conflict

Necessary Conversations Without Unnecessary Conflict

By Breathe Counselling | December 7, 2019 | 0

BY NICK GWYNN Do you ever find yourself in a conflict with your partner, friend or family member, where it seems the only options are to either say nothing (stonewall), push the issue (argue) or cut the person off completely … Read more

Conflict Management

Two Sides To Every Story

By nick | June 28, 2019 | 0

One of the things I notice when I do couples counselling, is the oft-repeated human condition that epitomises the ancient proverb: “every person is right in their own eyes.” There are always two realities, two perspectives, two opinions that often … Read more

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Leaders Look After Yourselves!

By nick | June 7, 2019 | 0

I don’t work Fridays. As far as vocational activity goes, on a Friday, you can stick it. Today (Friday) as I was riding my bike along the waterfront to catch up with a mate for coffee, I noticed that the … Read more

Perth Counsellor Ryan Hill

Research Informed Practice with Re-coupled Partners

By nick | December 17, 2018 | 0

By Ryan Hill Human’s most intimate social environment is the family unit. There were 46,604 nationally registered divorces in Australia in 2016 (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2017). Martin-Uzzi and Duval-Tsioles (2013) point out 75% of individual’s who divorce will remarry. … Read more