Tran Nguyen

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I am a psychologist. I was born in Vietnam, but my second home is in Australia. My interests include listening to Jazz and reading. I am obsessed with books on existentialism. I write about what it means to be human, our existential concerns and other psychology-related topics.

With a Master of Clinical Psychology and work experience in Public and Private Mental Health services, I am capable of providing psychological assessment and evidence-based intervention. I work with clients of all ages presenting with a wide range of issues including childhood trauma, autism, relationship difficulties, anxiety, depression and sleep problems. My therapeutic style is warm and reflective, enabling clients to feel comfortable to discuss their stories and struggles. I can deliver therapy in both English and Vietnamese.

WRITTEN ARTICLES

The Road to Wisdom Begins With a Deep Breath and an Open Mind

If you continue to make poor choices in life, you are a fool. That’s what my mum and dad like to say. They regularly...

4 Psychological Strategies to Cope with Uncertainty

Looking back to the first half of 2020, the COVID-19 outbreak has provoked a huge amount of fear and uncertainty in the world. Social...

Overwhelmed With Questions About Life? Take This Buddha’s Advice.

“One must immerse oneself in the river of life and let the question drift away” — Gautama Buddha. Death, freedom, isolation, and meaninglessness are the...

Latest Articles

3 Questions To Transition Out Of Anger Quickly

Anger isn’t as dangerous as we think. It’s not as useful, either. Here’s what you need to know. Living Passionately “We cannot selectively numb emotions —...

The Fallacy of “Compromise” in Relationships

People often tell me the advice they’ve gotten is to learn the art of compromise. They’ve heard it’s a necessity for successful long-term relationships. Compromise...

How to handle emotions

A few things to know about your feelings that might shed some light on what to do with them. Here’s a question. Are our emotions...

5 Scientific Reasons Exercise is the Antidote for Anxiety

Generalized Anxiety Disorder first appeared as a diagnostic category in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders in 1980 and since then, it...

Start Your Day with a Power Hour

Nick asked me if I had seen a show from the previous night. I told him I hadn’t, and that I typically go to...