Our Favourite Resources

Our clients love resources, but sometimes it’s hard to find the good stuff! That being said, here are some of our favourites…

Your Mind Matters eBook! 

We have created an eBook which aims to introduce clients to Your Mind Matters (who we are and how we can help) and also has information about our favourite tips and techniques for the most common difficulties! Click here: YMM eBook



Informative Websites and Contacts  

Your Mind Matters blogs:

We have a bunch of blogs on our website which discuss a range of topics:  https://yourmindmatters.net.au/blogs/


Mental Health



  • The Centre for Clinical Interventions (CCI), based in Perth, Western Australia, have a range of free, evidence-based online resources to support individuals seeking self-help materials to improve their mental health. Head here to check out their online courses and modules: https://www.cci.health.wa.gov.au/Resources/Looking-After-Yourself
  • Therapist Aid is another website healthcare practitioners visit frequently to source handouts and resources which we often use in session with clients as part of therapy. So much goodness all in one site! https://www.therapistaid.com



Our Director is passionate about sleep education, so she made a little video on the two most important things you can do to sleep better: https://yourmindmatters.net.au/how-to-get-a-better-nights-sleep/

If you’d like to do a little more research, head here: https://www.sleepfoundation.org/articles/sleep-hygiene


Pregnancy and Fertility support

We wrote of blog all about what you can do when you can’t seem to fall pregnant (and it seems like everyone else is): https://yourmindmatters.net.au/cope-cant-fall-pregnant/

If you have experienced a pregnancy loss, SANDS has a range of support and resources: https://www.sands.org.au


Suicidal ideation and self-harm

If you are experiencing any thoughts related to self-harm or suicide, there is help available, right now! Here are some options:


Anger Management
Contrary to popular belief, anger is totally okay, but it’s how we express it that can become problematic. When we feel anger, it’s out body’s way of telling us that we aren’t happy about something – perhaps the situation is unjust, against our morals or insulting. If you want to learn more about your anger triggers and more adaptive ways of coping, we recommend reading The Anger Fallacy by Steven Laurent and Ross Menzies (https://www.bookdepository.com/Anger-Fallacy-Steven-Laurent/9781922117199). There is also a workbook if you want to work through some practical activities.



Any Psychologist with an interest in relationship counselling will know about The Gottman Institute: https://www.gottman.com. Lots of resources for practitioners and courses for consumers, as well as some books. Please note that this is an American website so the prices are likely in American dollars. The Gottman Institute also has a few videos on YouTube, like this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ib7Ain2aVR0

One of our Psychologists also wrote a blog on the topic: https://yourmindmatters.net.au/relationships-and-communication/


Eating Disorders

The Victorian Centre of Excellence in Eating Disorders (CEED) is the state-wide program in the Victorian Government’s commitment to the provision of quality services to those with eating disorders and their families. Lots of resources for those seeking support, and for those providing support also! https://ceed.org.au

If you are looking for a clinician skilled in the treatment of eating disorders, you can find a treatment provider here.


Autism Spectrum Disorder/Autism 

Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) is Australia’s largest autism-specific service provider, with one of the biggest autism-specific school programs in the world. Head to their website for more information: https://www.autismspectrum.org.au

We also have a couple blogs related to ASD on our website:



The Triple P – Positive Parenting Program’s simple, practical strategies have been proven to work around the world, helping parents raise happy, confident children; set family routines and rules that everyone can follow; and balance work and family life with less stress. AND…it’s currently free for Victorian parents! https://www.triplep-parenting.net.au

Also click on “Hot Parenting Topics”, lots of helpful information there on managing the most common parenting challenges!

We have a few blogs dedicated to supporting children:


Some of our favourite videos