3 articles found for "01 - Meet your mind coach"
Turning into a bowling ball is an alarmingly common condition. Fortunately we are here to help.
7 videos found for “01 - Meet your mind coach”
A brief introduction to ‘Meet Your Mind Coach’, the first session of the Mindarma program by Senior Psychologist Dr Sadhbh Joyce.
In this 2 minute video, you will discover what happens inside your brain when it’s not focused on completing all the tasks on that long to-do list.
Dr Sadhbh Joyce
Discover a range of simple tips to help you pause and relax . In this ten minute lesson you will experience a basic guided mindfulness exercise, which you can make use of whenever you need a break.
Dr Hedy Kober
In this World Economic Forum talk, Yale researcher Dr Hedy Kober explains the basics of mindfulness. Discover some of the many benefits for your brain & find out how mindfulness can help you through life’s messy bits.
Dr Sadhbh Joyce
Discover how Mindarma (previously RAW Mind Coach) is supporting workers at NSW Ambulance. This video is from the 2018 Mental Health Matters Awards.
5 quotes found for “01 - Meet your mind coach”
You should sit in meditation for twenty minutes everyday – unless you’re too busy; then you should sit for an hour.
By taking just a few extra seconds to stay with a positive experience – even the comfort in a single breath – you’ll help turn a passing mental state into lasting neural structure.
You are not a drop in the ocean. You are the entire ocean in a drop.
Begin doing what you want to do now. We are not living in eternity. We only have this moment, sparkling like a star in our hand and melting like a snowflake.
Some believe the glass is half empty. Some people believe the glass is half full. Only a very small percentage appreciate the beauty of the glass and marvel at the privilege of having safe, clean drinking water.
2 research found for “01 - Meet your mind coach”
This review examines recent trials and studies on the efficacy and effectiveness of ‘third wave psychotherapies’ and why they can now be considered as empirically supported.