Secure Video Appointments Available Book Now

Book Recommendations

The Upside of Stress

Kelly McGonigal PhD is a health psychologist and lecturer at Stanford University. Her TED talk on the upside of stress has received more than nine million views. Wow! This says a lot about the huge interest there is in this subject. The bad rap given to stress, is met full on by McGonigal; universally, and… Read More
Book Recommendations

Dear Me – A Letter to My Sixteen-Year Old-Self edited by Joseph Galliano

The best recommendation I can make for this book, is that it inspired me to write a letter to my sixteen-year-old self! Here are some standout quotes for me in the book … “I realise that you need to just plough straight ahead and make all the big mistakes, because out of them will come… Read More
Book Recommendations

What Makes a Great Coach

  What makes a Great Coach? Top 10 practices of the world’s best coaches. Freshly landed is What Makes a Great Coach? by Emma Doyle with Natalie Ashdown. What is so unputdownable about this book is the succinct style, clear layout, and informative, accessible wisdom. I read it in a gulp – excited to discover… Read More
Book Recommendations

Dignity by Donna Hicks

  The subtitle of Dignity includes the word ‘essential’ and that is certainly the takeaway regarding dignity holistically, (defined as recognition of our worth and value), that we have from this book. Hicks makes a compelling case for the role of dignity in all our lives, over and above its stated role in resolving conflict,… Read More
Book Recommendations

The Power of Regret by Daniel Pink

Daniel Pink is the author of the New York Times bestsellers Drive, To Sell is Human and When. Pink uses the largest sampling of attitudes about regret ever conducted, his own World Regret Survey – which has collected regrets from more than 16,000 people in 105 countries – to identify the four core regrets that… Read More
Book Recommendations

Enough! A Buddhist Approach to Finding Release From Addictive Patterns

Chonyi Taylor (Dr Diana Taylor) is a Buddhist nun and a lecturer and supervisor in the Graduate Diploma Program in Buddhism and Psychotherapy for the Australian Association of Buddhist Counselors and Psychotherapists. This particular combination offers the Buddhist essence fused with Western psychology, allowing diverse readers, both professional and lay, accessibility. The text is relevant… Read More
Book Recommendations

The Upside of Down by Susan Biggar

Susan Biggar’s memoir invites us into her family comprising her husband Darryl and three children, two of whom are born with Cystic Fibrosis (CF). Their at times chaotic lives would be familiar to readers who are parents of young children, but their challenges are amplified by the episodic bouts of serious illness that the boys… Read More
Book Recommendations

Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert

The sub-title creative living beyond fear sums up this book beautifully.  Have you ever felt scared about putting one of your ideas into action, or of creating something new, or of actually believing in yourself and your ideas?  Elizabeth Gilbert, renowned author of Eat, Pray, Love, shares wise and inspiring insights to help us all to be… Read More
Book Recommendations

A More Beautiful Question: The Power of Inquiry… by Warren Berger

Warren Burger is a renowned journalist who shares stories of artists, teachers, entrepreneurs and social activists. His book has the potential to hold the interest of many people from a wide range of contexts, whether it be part of reading for a course or simply for general application. One cannot deny its relevance to the… Read More