Blog - The Indigo Project
Never stop learning with our fun, curious, strange and moving insights into your thoughts, behaviour and emotions. Here, we'll share stories, strategies and wisdom to give you a better understanding of therapy, psychology and everything in between.

Our Blog

MOST RECENT

  • Tips on increasing Self Worth

    Ask Indigo is an opportunity for you to ask our psychologists & therapists questions you've always wanted to ask! This week, psychotherapist & counsellor, Dafna Kronental, talks tips to help us increase our self worth.
    Continue reading
  • Body Language 101 with Mary

    Founder and Head Psychologist of The Indigo Project, Mary Hoang, has a chat about body language. She discusses how we can be more confident using our bodies, which body language to avoid when we want to make a good impression, and how to catch someone out in a lie.
    Continue reading
  • Grief, Loss & After Life

    Experiencing grief and loss can be one of life’s greatest challenges. There is rarely another experience that effects, consumes and transforms you in quite the same way, and you can never go back to being the same exact person you were before.
    Continue reading
  • How to Manage Millennial Money $tress

    If you’re feeling frequently stressed about money, don’t worry, you’re not alone. A recent study in the US found millennials place financial security as important as mental and physical health – however, only a third consider themselves financially satisfied.
    Continue reading
  • Surfing the tide of a wild mind

    Being diagnosed with a mental health disorder can be scary. It can leave you feeling trapped and hopeless. Writer and friend of The Indigo Project, Jonno, knows this all too well. Here, he shares his story of being diagnosed with a mood disorder, and how a remarkable meeting with gutsy surfer-entrepreneur Grant Trebilco, helped him feel differently about his condition.
    Continue reading
  • Death Meditation

    The Death Meditation is an embodied installation that explores mortality, impermanence and the fragility of the human experience. Challenging, arresting, and unique – the Death Meditation guides participants through an experience of their own death, and the death of someone they love.
    Continue reading