From time to time, we all need help understanding what we are thinking and feeling.
When behaviours, feelings, thoughts, perceptions seem irrational we have trouble understanding why we feel so afraid, angry, obsessed with little things. We become so angry with ourselves that we believe that we are worthless, hated, unlovable.
If you find yourself feeling “stuck” or “lost”, you are not alone!
These books will help you understand what’s driving those feelings, in yourself and in your loved ones, so you can not only communicate better, but also regain a sense of control over your life.
My “Little Fixes” books pack years of counselling experience into short, easy-to-read lessons.
No two people are the same, and these books draw on the breadth of my experience helping people over 20 years in counselling. These books don’t replace therapy, but by reading them you can access many of the insights and strategies that therapists use to help their clients stay calm and build internal psychological strength.
Let me help you find the tools you need to find a path to more positive experiences and better relationships.
Beautifully and simply written and presented with some brilliant analogies and gets quickly to the heart of common relationship challenges and how to overcome them. – Wendy B.
This book is a fantastic, practical and easy to read guide in understanding how to manage anxiety. Very well written and can be read in 15 minutes. – Phil S.
Stimulating and practical advice for the anxious person. The fixes promote self confidence to use the strategies and overcome anxious situations. I highly recommend every person who suffers anxiety and panic attacks to read this book. – Anonymous reviewer
With more than 20 years experience counselling children, adolescents, parents and couples, has helped hundreds of clients across the Eastern Suburbs and North Shore of Sydney since 1994.
National Chair of the APS College of Counselling Psychologists (2002-2006), and Chair of the APS College of Counselling Psychologists (NSW section) (1998-2002), Lorraine was also a founding member and former co-chair of the APS Child, Adolescent and Family Interest Group (NSW), and is an international member of the American Psychological Association.
If you’re in Sydney, and would like an appointment, email firstname.lastname@example.org.