IMI Counselling Psychologist Jessica Lau shares and encourages us to choose and co-create what is healthy in a relationship instead of only choosing and co-creating what is familiar. Start with knowing and loving yourself so that you have the readiness for an authentic connection - to receive the gift of love.
Supporting, strengthening and sustaining our mental wellbeing, particularly in these challenging times, is as important as focusing on our physical wellbeing.
According to Cristina Rodenbeck, IMI Crystal Healer and Emotional Wellness Practitioner, crystals offer a way to stay centred and calm, particularly in rocky times.
What is your body telling you? How psychotherapy can unravel the cause of persistent physical symptoms
What is your body telling you? IMI Counselling Psychologist Jessica Lau shares how psychotherapy can unravel the cause of persistent physical symptoms.
We’re experiencing unprecedented levels of stress, anxiety, fear, uncertainty, loneliness, despondency and more. It can be overwhelming; it can disturb our inner balance.
What can parents do to help their children during these difficult times? IMI Psychotherapist and Certified Counsellor Eugnice Chiu shares some of the challenges that teenagers face, and simple ways to reduce their stress.
Stressful events or unrelenting stressors can take many functions of your body offline. Total Body Modification (TBM) helps to reset your nervous system, put your body back online, and restore its ability to heal itself.
Your skin is the largest detox organ in your body, and a reflection of your inner health. Skin conditions often signal an imbalance in gastrointestinal health, immune dysfunction, toxic load, infection, and/or nutrient deficiencies.
When you feel anxious or your mind spirals into thoughts about the future or the past, your body automatically activates your sympathetic nervous system to prepare you to fight or flee. In short bursts and where warranted (if you’re facing an impending deadline, for example) your fight-or-flight response serves a...
Many people believe that depression is caused by chemical imbalances in the brain, and in particular, a deficiency in serotonin – our ‘feel good hormone’. The textbook medicine approach is to prescribe anti-depressants to increase brain serotonin. This works for some people; but it does nothing for others. Why? Because...