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About Jacqueline Baulch

Dr Jacqueline Baulch is a clinical psychologist and the director of Inner Melbourne Clinical Psychology.

The What, Why and How of Mindful Eating with Dietitian, Nina Mills

What is mindful eating? Slowing down when you eat and chewing your food thoroughly. That’s mindful eating, right? Not quite! Mindful eating has its roots in the more traditional mindfulness philosophies. Essentially it is the application of mindfulness to our interactions with food and the act of eating. So, if [...]

By | 2018-03-16T15:15:51+00:00 March 16th, 2018|Eating and body image, Mindfulness, Wellbeing|

Six Simple Ways to Get Started With Mindfulness

Over the past few years, mindfulness practice has grown in popularity as everyone from thought leaders to celebrities, therapists and yoga practitioners espouse the benefits. Typically conservative organisations have set aside space and time for their employees to practice mindfulness in the middle of the work day. And a plethora [...]

By | 2018-02-16T17:19:28+00:00 February 16th, 2018|Mindfulness, Wellbeing|

Tips for Taking Care of Yourself this Christmas

The silly season is upon us once again. What a mixed bag this time of year can be! Sometimes no matter how hard we work to create a Christmas free of stress and conflict, the pressure and tension can get the better of us. If you've lost someone you love [...]

10 Misconceptions and Myths About Seeing a Psychologist

It can be a big step to consider seeing a psychologist. Why? Of course, there are a whole range of reasons, but part of the picture seems to relate to the secrecy and myths surrounding therapy. Conversations about mental health are increasing and stigma is reducing, but a whole range [...]

By | 2017-11-09T16:34:41+00:00 October 24th, 2017|Information about seeing a psychologist, Our Team, Wellbeing|

Can I Afford to See a Psychologist?

Seeing a psychologist is often more affordable than people think. Depending on your individual circumstances there are several ways that you can access psychology services including through: The Medicare "Better Access to Mental Health Care Initiative" This initiative is available if your GP believes you meet particular criteria for a mental [...]

Six Tips for Studying Smarter, Not Harder

Schools back and universities are starting to get into the swing of things too. Even if you have a big year ahead, the pace at this time of year is much slower. Which is why it’s the perfect time to give some thought to setting yourself up with effective study [...]

Introducing Dr Siobhan Ryan, Clinical Psychologist

We're excited to begin the year by welcoming a new team member, Dr Siobhan Ryan, Clinical Psychologist. Siobhan has a strong focus on respect and collaboration. She is compassionate in supporting her clients as they work through difficulties, recognising that the client is the expert in themselves and their situation. [...]

By | 2017-03-03T03:57:25+00:00 January 15th, 2017|Anxiety, Depression, Emotions, Our Team, Relationships, Wellbeing|

Figuring Out What’s “Normal” and When to Seek Help as a New Parent

Being pregnant and giving birth to a child is a huge life transition, for mothers and fathers. There are a mountain of changes to adjust to, some that feel harder than others. Changes to your body, sleep patterns, self identity, relationship with your partner and other loved ones, career, daily [...]

By | 2017-03-03T03:57:25+00:00 November 11th, 2016|Anxiety, Depression, Wellbeing|

How Thought Challenging Can Help You To Curb Negative Thinking Spirals

Do you sometimes find yourself getting caught up in a storm of negative thoughts? Thought challenging might be just the anchor you need. When we're feeling bombarded by negative thinking, it can be tempting to try to shift things with a giant dose of "positive thinking". We might tell ourselves [...]