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  • Writer's pictureTina Berryman-Kamp

The return to active psychology practice after quite a break seemed a bit daunting at first. Would I remember what to do? Do I still have what it takes? Am I up to date? Am I good enough? Familiar thoughts?

Yes, the good old inner critic sits with me too. But the great thing is choosing to take the step anyway, believing that it will be ok -maybe not perfect, but good enough, and that is perfectly fine. And so it is with many steps in life - most of the time we have to run with what we have, trust in ourselves, identify anything we need to attend to and get on with it. It's kind of wonderful to let go of the pressure of perfection, and step forward in a more authentic space.

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  • Writer's pictureTina Berryman-Kamp

Updated: Mar 23

A special day today as I reentered Eruera Street to start seeing clients again. It's been a number of years away from this place, but it immediately feels like home. This is such a beautiful spot to work from, it feels restful, safe and uplifting. Everyone who visits comments on this, which is such an important initial step when people are coming to discuss things that can be difficult to them. Feeling very thankful that I have been able to return here, and welcome people to come and see me here. Ngā mihi nui, keep safe and well

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  • Writer's pictureTina Berryman-Kamp

Psychologist Flourishing Families Rotorua Mental Health Counselling
New Beginnings

I can't quite believe that it is nearly 4 years since we shut the doors at #FlourishingFamiliesRotorua. After 15 years of service provision to new parents in Rotorua, it felt right to pause and replenish.

So now, after a good break, it's time to step back up and go back to my roots, this time in Private Practice (Psychology). Looking forward to working directly with people again as they navigate the sometimes stormy seas of life .. watch this space for developments whānau ...

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