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World Health Organisation defines ‘burnout’ by these three symptoms

2019-07-01T15:03:56+10:00

In May 2019, 'Burn-out' was included in the World Health Organisation's (WHO) 11th Revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) as an occupational phenomenon. Contrary to what has been widely reported in the media, burnout is not classified as a medical condition.  However, as a recognised 'occupational phenomenon', WHO is about to embark on the [...]

World Health Organisation defines ‘burnout’ by these three symptoms2019-07-01T15:03:56+10:00

Why it is critical to act on these early warning signs of workplace burnout

2019-04-15T16:18:03+10:00

The longer you leave workplace burnout, the harder it is to recover from.  When you’re burnt out, the world looks bleak and everything feels too hard, and it’s difficult to muster up the energy to care — let alone do something to help yourself. Dismissing the warning signs and ‘soldiering on’ in this state can [...]

Why it is critical to act on these early warning signs of workplace burnout2019-04-15T16:18:03+10:00

“A dance between connection and separation”: A Family’s Understanding of Developmental Processes in Addiction

2019-04-03T10:56:49+10:00

Recently, Lily Schmelzle, The Buttery’s Family Support Program Manager, gave a moving, nuanced and evidence-based presentation to Buttery staff titled:  Developmental Processes and how it plays out in addiction within families. We thought it would be valuable for anyone with a loved one experiencing drug misuse. Lily Schmelzle: The Buttery’s Family Support Program Manager [...]

“A dance between connection and separation”: A Family’s Understanding of Developmental Processes in Addiction2019-04-03T10:56:49+10:00

Workplace burnout: taking a summer holiday is not enough

2018-12-12T14:31:30+10:00

It makes sense that Australia’s wellness tourism industry is booming. One in four Australians report worrying levels of anxiety symptoms and mental stress claims are now the most expensive type of workers’ compensation claim. It is no wonder Australians are looking to heal in their holidays. However, psychologists are encouraging people to think beyond the [...]

Workplace burnout: taking a summer holiday is not enough2018-12-12T14:31:30+10:00

Meet the Buttery Private’s chef: “Cooking for recovery is my passion”

2018-08-16T15:51:57+10:00

SPROUTING PASSION: Buttery Private chef, Linda, has a passion for cooking for health and wellbeing. Here, she is sprouting buckwheat to add to her special Buttery Private granola. Good food is an integral part of The Buttery Private wellbeing program. Where possible, produce is sourced locally and all meals made from scratch. The [...]

Meet the Buttery Private’s chef: “Cooking for recovery is my passion”2018-08-16T15:51:57+10:00

Treating behavioural addiction: gaming, gambling and internet addiction

2018-07-04T11:31:41+10:00

  Many things in life can affect our wellbeing but none more so when we become preoccupied on one behaviour or activity to the detriment to other parts of life such as our self-care, work, study and relationships. With the explosion of the use of digital devices, behavioural addictions such as online gambling and gaming [...]

Treating behavioural addiction: gaming, gambling and internet addiction2018-07-04T11:31:41+10:00

LOVE YOURSELF: The science behind why self-compassion is essential for recovery

2018-05-03T12:43:58+10:00

If there is one certainty in anyone's recovery journey, it’s that life will throw you scenarios that will trigger negative self-talk and self-criticism. It is in these testing times that self-compassion practice is your go-to. Fortunately, you can learn to change your brain and behaviour via neuroplasticity by behaving differently towards yourself. Moving from self-criticism [...]

LOVE YOURSELF: The science behind why self-compassion is essential for recovery2018-05-03T12:43:58+10:00

Marco goes to The Buttery Private after five stays in rehabs

2018-04-03T09:51:29+10:00

Marco, 31, tried many rehabs before The Buttery Private. At 31, Marco* had been to five other rehabs before going to The Buttery Private. He said his stay at The Buttery Private was different from his experiences at other rehabs because it was an invaluable opportunity to learn more about himself and [...]

Marco goes to The Buttery Private after five stays in rehabs2018-04-03T09:51:29+10:00

Meet the team

2018-08-16T16:02:28+10:00

Jenny McGee, psychologists at The Buttery Private. Jenny McGee is the Clinical Manager and a Psychologist at The Buttery Private. Her professional experience includes working in physical education, the juvenile justice system and organisational consultancy as a counsellor, change facilitator, trainer and mediator and more recently as a psychologist at The Buttery’s long-term [...]

Meet the team2018-08-16T16:02:28+10:00

A residential treatment program for problem gamblers

2018-03-20T15:50:02+10:00

In increasing numbers, problem gamblers are seeking out The Buttery Private as a way to turn their life around. As one of the very few residential programs in Australia which can focus on gambling addiction, The Buttery Private’s psycho-social model has proven itself to be very successful for treating gambling addiction. Emma Ryan, Program Coordinator [...]

A residential treatment program for problem gamblers2018-03-20T15:50:02+10:00