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Rainbow Light Therapies

Rainbow Light Therapies

Kim is the founder of Rainbow Light Therapies and is a Holistic Counsellor specialising in stress and anxiety management for kids, teens and adults.
After her son’s autism diagnosis in 2007, Kim came to the realisation that the best way she could help her son and others who suffered similarly from stress and anxiety, was to teach him and them, how they could manage their own stress and anxiety. Long-Term medication could simply not be the only option available.

Combining mainstream and alternative therapies, Kim provides a unique, intuitive and individualised therapy approach to stress and anxiety management through individual, small group and family sessions and workshops. Kim also works with special needs kids and their families as an NDIS registered provider.

Please see www.rainbowlighttherapies.com.au for more information.

Website: https://rainbowlighttherapies.com.au/

Articles

“Just Breathe”

(Breathing Exercises for Stress Management)   Picture yourself in the middle of an exam, a board meeting, or for your kids, it could be before a presentation at school or a sporting final.  Your pulse is quickening, your thoughts are… Continue Reading >

Starting High School:  Managing anxiety

Flashback to 2017 and “WOW”.  It seems like only yesterday I was attending his kindergarten graduation and stressing over what Primary school would hold for him.  How would he ever cope?  How would he fit in?  Would he make friends? … Continue Reading >

Is My Child Stressed?

Quite simply put, “Yes”.  Stress is something that we all face every single day.  It is not dangerous in itself and some stress can actually be quite helpful.  Good stress alerts us to real and certain dangers and directs us… Continue Reading >

Managing Empathy Overload: Strategies for Empaths and Highly Sensitive People

What is Empathy? “Having empathy means our heart goes out to another person in joy or pain,” says Dr. Judith Orloff. “But for empaths, it goes much further. We actually feel others’ emotions, energy, and physical symptoms in our own… Continue Reading >

When Monsters Attack

“Muuuummm”.  That loud pitched scream usually heard exactly 90 seconds after you have sat down for the night to enjoy some ‘me-time’.  You have just settled yourself on the couch with a cuppa and that book you have been meaning… Continue Reading >

Mindfulness Games for Kids

What is “Mindfulness” and how can it help my kids?  Mindfulness is simply the act of being in the moment.  It is not about dismissing a problem or putting it off for another day but about letting the problem arise,… Continue Reading >

 

 

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