Brendan has been working as a Psychologist for over 10 years and offers counselling to adults, adolescents, children, couples and families. He also offers coaching services to businesses and corporations including workplace seminars and presentations. With a genuine interest in people's well-being, Brendan brings a warmth, practicality and an equality that supports clients to truly address underlying issues and blockages that are preventing them from moving forward. A firm advocate for the power each person has over their own choices, he sees daily that the ability to make lasting change is in fact simple and can occur at any stage in a person's life. Working with people with a broad range of mental health conditions he is similarly seeing many more people who do not have a specific condition but who simply want to deepen their lives and relationships in some way. DISCLAIMER: These podcasts contain comments and references to medical and health topics, however there is absolutely no assurance that any statement contained in these podcasts related to medical or health matters is accurate. Information provided in these podcasts is, at best, of a general nature and cannot substitute for the advice of a medical or health care professional. While every effort is taken to ensure the information is accurate, Brendan Mooney makes no representations and gives no warranties that this information is correct, current, complete, reliable or suitable for any purpose. Brendan Mooney disclaims all responsibility and liability for any direct or indirect loss, damage, cost or expense whatsoever in the use of or reliance upon this information. Reliance upon information obtained by or through these podcasts is solely at your own risk.
Using circuit breakers when things get too intense!
Circuit breakers can be a useful tool in a relationship when conversations become too intense, they provide a way to re-connect to ourselves and hence prevent further escalation of the intensity. Brendan Mooney Psychologist talks about circuit breakers by clearly defining what they are and how to use them to navigate intense or conflict situations.
Walking brains? We have a body too!
Brendan Mooney Psychologist talks about how we cannot expect to think well if we are not supporting our body to be well. In other words, psychology is not just about the mind and changing our thoughts, it is about understanding that the choices that impact our body have a huge impact on how we think, perhaps far more than we tend to appreciate.
Simplicity vs. overwhelm
Brendan Mooney Psychologist introduces the power of simplicity when it comes to feeling overwhelmed in and by life. Given the many intensities and factors that we are constantly bombarded with on a daily basis, is it possible to navigate through the miasma of complication with ease? Could it be that feeling overwhelmed by work and/or relationships is preventable?
Introducing women and sensitivity
Brendan Mooney Psychologist describes that whilst women are generally more communicative than men when it comes to relationships and talking about issues, they too need support on how to express from their sensitivity which is very different to expressing from emotional reaction.
Introducing men and sensitivity
Brendan Mooney Psychologist talks about men being innately and deeply sensitive, in fact equally as sensitive as women. However men are terrified of expressing from their sensitivity because it goes against everything they have been told, either overtly or covertly, a man is allowed to be in this world.
Introduction to sensitivity
Brendan Mooney Psychologist introduces sensitivity, what it is and why it is so important to have a strong conscious relationship with our sensitivity in daily life.