"Since I was a child I have always believed in the human spirit and that people are born intrinsically good and are worth helping. This belief is unwavering" (Kelli Harris)
Our service is based on the belief that we can retrain our minds with effective coaching using psy hological theory and practice as well as psychological therapy can be conducted which helps to preserve and promote well-being in people and their wider communities.
Clients' well-being is of the utmost importance. Our service is committed to meeting these needs. As a result, when you phone us, you can be assured we will provide you with a confidential, supportive environment and with all the information you need to make a booking.
We would welcome the opportunity to provide a psychological service to you and we invite individuals or couples to utilise our service.
Our aim is to help clients work through anything that has prevented them from living a fulfilling life.
Kelli Harris aims to help people discover their true "AUTHENTIC SELF" by RESETTING their thinking patterns to helps people achieve desired goals and promote well being and happpiness.
If this is the first time you are considering seeing a COACH/ Psychologist, then we hope the information provided is useful.
Kelli Harris is a fully registered Psychologist and has been working in clinical settings with clients the entire time.
Specialising in Psychological services and
Grief & Loss
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Psychology theory and practice can help people and communities lead healthier, happier and more meaningful lives to reach their personal change goals.
Dr. Maxie C. Maultsby, Jr. died on August 28, 2016.
CBT pioneer, Dr. Maxie C. Maultsby, Jr. He studied with Dr. Albert Ellis in the 1960s and then went on to develop his own approach to CBT, Rational Behavior Therapy. Maultsby's systematic approach strongly emphasized self-help. He was the first to assign reading assignments.
Being a physician, Maultsby based RBT on psychoneurophysiology. Its development was also heavily influenced by learning theory. He introduced the concept of "thought shorthand" with "attitudes," although others seemed to receive the credit with their concept of the "automatic thought."
Maultsby was the author of several books, including Rational Behavior Therapy, You and Your Emotions, Help Yourself to Happiness, and Coping Better .. Anytime, Anywhere.