“Making Psychology Accessible to Everyone”

Creating Change is 7 years old! Here’s what you can expect from the Hills leading team of Psychologists

  We have been creating change in people's lives for 7 years now, but have you often wondered what to expect from a session with one of our psychologists? Creating Change is proud to be the Hills Districts largest team of Psychologists and Counsellors. If you’ve recently made the decision to change your ...

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Welcoming the New Year! Do you have any goals this year? – Creating Change

As each new year rolls around, many of us look to set new year resolutions, but are these achievable goals that are really going to make your life healthier? Now is the time to really think about what you want out of 2018. Many choose to set goals for their physical health – losing more weight, joining ...

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Family Relationship Stress Tips for the Holidays

It’s a bit of myth that all families are happy. A family can be a place of love, support and encouragement, but on the other hand they can also be a source of judgement, frustration, criticism and irritation. Growing up in our families we play certain roles, and these roles become consistent overtime. For ...

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Effective Communication in Relationships

  Are you in a serious relationship or marriage and are struggling to work together to understand life? Are you arguing about silly things? Every situation and all relationships aare unique and will require a tailored approach to communicating effectively. There is no “right” or “wrong” way of communicating. However, there are a ...

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Navigating Conflict: Tips for couples

Conflict. It's part of our lives, and it’s only natural that as spouses develop intimacy and interdependence they become more vulnerable to each other. As this vulnerability increases, conflict in the relationship becomes inevitable.  We often perceive conflict as something negative; however research shows that not all conflict is bad. In ...

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