You're not the first Mumma to lose it with your kids;)
Or to struggle to experience the joy in every single moment! It's ok that you want to have some time alone. In fact, you need to, if you want to keep filling your children's never ending cups!

I know you're doing a great job.

I'd love to help you feel better about embracing the Mum you already are, and give you a few extra tips along the way, to keep your cool and look after yourself. Sign up for weekly therapy to your inbox :)


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I'd Love to Help You Cope Better with Parenting...

Are you overwhelmed by parenting?


Are you surprised by your reactions to your own children?


Do you struggle to experience the joy in being a parent?


Have you forgotten who YOU used to be in the haze of nappies, sleep deprivation, school drop off and pick up, washing and the vacuuming that never seems to be finished?


Do you even have doubts that you’re a good enough parent?


Parenting is so delightful sometimes right? But it’s equally, bone shatteringly, exhausting. To cope with the endless challenges that parenting brings, you DO need to have time out (even though it might not be how it was before you were a parent). But how are you going with that?

You need to learn to trust your parenting instinct, so you can tune out to judgment and the endless serves of conflicting advice, that you’ll continue to receive throughout your children’s life.

So, I've written you a book ;)


Clinical psychologist and Mum Sarah Purvey will share with you her psychology knowledge and personal experience, to help you do just that. So, pick up her book, read a page or two whenever you can (she knows that you may only have a minute or two, before your cherubs will interrupt you!) and learn how the relationship and connection you have with yourself and your children are the keys to navigating parenting (without tearing your hair out).

You owe it to you kids, and you owe it to yourself…

Grab a Copy Right Here


Now Available in E-Book Version too :)

Grab the E-Book here!

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Keep Sane and Parent On


I hear You

Parenting  is challenging, relentless, messy and chaotic.


You love your kids fiercely and would do anything for them, and you do!

And there are some beautiful moments.


But when do you get a break?

You're a great Mum, I know. 

Your kids don't need a perfect Mum, they just need you.

I'd love to support you in the following ways...


 Through my weekly emails and videos. Go back up to top of page to sign up to therapy to your inbox/Self Care Isn't Selfish Videos and Checklist. 



Grab a copy of my book below


Join my BRAND NEW Online Support Group

How's parenting going post pandemic?

I'm amidst the creation of an online space so you can commiserate, cry, express your frustration, gain support, be edcuated about yours and your childs needs and learn a few skills to cope with parenting. 

There will be weekly topics from me about anything Mum and parenting related. E.g. Womens health, neuroscience of kids brains and why they tantrum/whine/need you so much, relationships, self care, learning skills to regulate your mood, like mindfulness and how to deal with your shitty thoughts in different ways and how to practice self compassion.

Ill listen to you. Ill support you. You can be supported by other Mums. You can learn ways to cope. Understand yourself and your kids. 

It's a private group and there is a fee for entry, cos I want to make sure it's truly supportive and I won't share my private life, with just anyone ;) 

Also, I really want to give you the best of what I can offer. It'll look a fair bit like group therapy and with many glimmers from my group support program, that I was offering in 2018 and 2019. 

But it's post COVID-19 style, so you can just drop into the group, whenever you can!

I'd love to have you with us. 

For just $99 you'll get 

- A copy of my book

- Or two MP3s (see the shop for these - Affirmations and Letting Go Of Guilt)

- Access to an Online Portal with the videos, strategies and weekly quizzes (with maybe even a sneaky prize going out to one lucky Mum) about:

- womens mental health

- relationships

- toddler tantrums and neuroscience

- mindfulness what it is and isn't

- how to manage your negative thoughts etc

- how to manage your mood

- how to make self care a priority

- how to manage your motivation

- A Facebook Group, with opportunities for you to post whatever you like/questions etc for me and support from others

PH: (03) 6240 5442

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