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Books

  • Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones | James Clear (2018)
    • This breakthrough book from James Clear is the most comprehensive guide on how to change your habits and get 1% better every day.
  • Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life | Nir Eyal (2019)
    • Eyal describes how to manage the discomfort that drives distraction, and explains why solving the problem is not as simple as swearing off your devices. With a four-step, research-backed model, Indistractable lays bare the secret to getting the best out of technology, without letting it get the best of you. Empowering and optimistic, this is the book that will allow you to control your time and attention – and live the life you really want.


Research Articles

  • Work–Life Balance: Weighing the Importance of Work–Family and Work–Health Balance | Andrea Gragnano, Silvia Simbula & Massimo Miglioretti (2020)
    • The aim of this study was to investigate the importance of other nonworking domains in the Work-Life-Balance(WLB) with a particular focus on health. Moreover, the importance of the effects of the work–family balance (WFB) and the work–health balance (WHB) on job satisfaction was investigated. Finally, it explored how the effects of the WFB and the WHB on job satisfaction change according to worker characteristics (age, gender, parental status, and work ability). The results highlight the importance of the health domain in the WLB and stresses that it is crucial to consider the specificity of different groups of workers when considering the WLB.

Therapists specialising in Work

Zvetlana Cassar

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Systemic Family Psychotherapist
Yasmin Muscat Monsigneur

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Systemic Family Psychotherapist
Shirley Buttigieg

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Gestalt Psychotherapist
Sharon Grima

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Counsellor, Social Worker & EMDR Trainee Practitioner
Noelle Camilleri

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Art Psychotherapist
Maria Mifsud

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Systemic Family Psychotherapist
Maria Darmanin

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Health Psychology Practitioner & Gestalt Psychotherapist
Luana Aquilina

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Systemic Family Psychotherapist
Louisa Borg Costanzi

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Gestalt Psychotherapist
Liya Aquilina

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Gestalt Psychotherapist

Resources about Work

Turning your stressful morning commute into a healthy and productive drive

Written by Giulia Bertone
Traffic congestion in Malta is a painstaking reality which unfortunately, in some way or another, affects us all. The jammed roads packed with polluting emitting machines, loud honks and exasperated drivers take a toll on practically anyone around. From the pedestrians going about their business, the environmentally friendly guy who decided to ride his bike to work to the passengers on the bus who…

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Nurturing Trust in Organisations

Written by Michelle Mercieca
It’s a scorching sunny summer afternoon. The heat is killing you and all you can think of is a cool breeze sweeping along your skin. You find yourself longing for cooler temperatures and wondering when winter is coming! Suddenly you realise how much you miss winter, only that it is now gone. This is just a simple example, which highlights the idea that sometimes we only miss a commodity once this …

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How to overcome procrastination

Written by Danjela Falzon
We’re all guilty of procrastinating every now and then. However, when procrastination gets out of control, the impact can be quite serious on a personal and professional level. In this article by Gestalt Psychotherapist, Danjela Falzon, the reasons we procrastinate are outlined. Danjela also gives us some important tools for beating procrastination so we can be more focused and productive….

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Emancipated and yet unliberated – the 21st century woman

Written by Giulia Bertone
In 1901, the 8th of March was declared International Women’s Day, in light of working-class women’s issues and to promote women’s voting rights. Ever since, women’s significance and position in society have increased at a high pace in the struggle to be valued and share the same rights as their male counterparts. On paper, we’ve achieved equal rights and, perhaps that’s why a lot of people frown a…

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Dealing with rejection

Written by Danjela Falzon
Whether it’s not being chosen for that job you thought you were perfect for, being passed up for promotion, not being invited out with the ladies at work, or your long-term partner ending the relationship, rejection stings. In fact, no matter how much we try to avoid rejection hurting, we’re hardwired to experience pain when rejected. A 2011 study by the University of Michigan (Wager et al) fo…

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Are you living for the weekend?

Written by Giulia Bertone
In our fast-paced society, it is common to feel over-worked and have a sense of resentment over the thought that most of our life is spent at work, with little time left to enjoy ourselves. An unbalanced work-life routine negatively impacts a person’s outlook on life, job performance and motivation, while also being a source of stress, anxiety and frustration. Making up for this by working on…

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2. Bundles are not transferable. This means they cannot be used by, or gifted to, anyone else but the person whose name is listed as the TherapyPacks bundle holder.

3. Bundles which are purchased for Couples Therapy and Family Therapy can only be used by members of the couple or family with one therapist. If members of a couple or family decide to take up individual therapy with another therapist, the bundle will only apply to sessions with the therapist originally referred and cannot be also used for the individual sessions with another therapist. Exceptions will be made if the original therapist is unable to see the client or family and the couple or family are referred to another therapist. After referral, the same conditions will apply.

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