Meet Rashida Welcome to The Indigo Project, Rashida! Could you share a little about what your path to becoming a psychologist looked like? It was a long rollercoaster of emotions and experiences. It was approximately a 10 year journey which included my Undergraduate degree, Masters degree and then a 2 year internship program, with some […] Read More...
Meet Anneke Hailing all the way from the Netherlands, Anneke now calls Bondi (and The Indigo Project), home. A frequent traveller who has grown up in Nepal, Switzerland, Italy and the Netherlands, Anneke still takes pleasure in stopping and petting dogs on the street. We like her already. Welcome to the Indigo family! We’re […]Read More
The Practice of Letting Go Letting go is a process. It is sometimes painful, sometimes effortless but should be continuous. In this piece, we’re not talking about burning everything that once belonged to your ex, sending angry text messages, having a big cry or dancing the pain away (though the last bit sounds fun). We’re […]Read More
Meet Alex Roach Alex is the newest member of the Indigo family and she has joined us as a Registered Psychologist who is passionate about evidence-based interventions. Alex draws on modalities such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Mindfulness, to tailor treatments that are built on her client’s strengths. She […]Read More
The People Pleaser’s Problem Are you the friend, partner, family member or colleague who’s constantly available? The one who never says no and is there for every heartache or phone call? You tell yourself you’re not a real friend if you can’t be there all the time or that you’re a terrible partner if […]Read More
We Need To Talk It’s easy to have small talk with the barista who makes your coffee everyday or ask your boss how their weekend went when you’re awkwardly stuck in the elevator together but when it comes to speaking about what matters to us, the words just never seem to come out right… or […]Read More
We’re Our Biggest Bullshitters Let’s cut right to it: sometimes, you get in your own way. You may know what you want in life but never really found the right time, right money or fill-in-your-own-excuse-here. It’s called self-sabotaging and often, we do this because as much as we want to get ahead in life, we’re shit-scared of change. This […]Read More