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Psychologist, Author, Theatre Director, Spokesperson on psychology for the media, radio and TV.

LAW and ORDER PTV 2022 written by Fae O’Toole Sevenfold Theatre Company

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law and order ptv written by fae o’toole sevenfold theatre company
THEATRE REVIEW by Meredith Fuller OAM I haven't laughed or enjoyed myself so much since the pandemic hit; this is the show to eradicate the pain of the past 3 years and have a heart tonic that will do you good for weeks. I urge you to book in now. Not only does this show lift the lid on our...

Book Review ‘If I were you: a psychologist puts himself on the couch’ by Peter Quarry

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book review meredith fuller oam psychologist & author          ‘if i were you: a psychologist puts himself on the couch’ by peter quarry
Curious to make sense of your life? Want to understand who you are and why you're here? Need to make peace with the past and get re-energised about the future? In this fascinating and original book Peter Quarry skilfully deconstructs his own life, showing how you can unpack and reboot yours. As sex and drug addicted Pete, he describes his sometimes shocking,...

JULIE ANDREWS artist who maps the liminal psychogeography of the everyday

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julie andrews artist who maps the liminal psychogeography of the everyday
A REVIEW of Julie Andrew's recent exhibition at QDOS Fine Arts Gallery by Meredith Fuller Julie Andrews is lured by the liminal, a word which has its origin in the Latin limen, referring to a boundary or threshold, an in-between place of transition from one state to another. Julie's paintings may be of mountains, the sea, the landscape, or waterfalls,...

‘The Long Fingers’ by Gwyneth Graham

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‘the long fingers’ by gwyneth graham   book review by meredith fuller
  Coercive control, domestic violence, suicidal ideation, and career uncertainty are pertinent topics that we are confronting in Australia. Here is a book that examines the dynamics of relationships related to contemporary issues that we face in society. ‘What happens when you face your past? Can life ever be the same?’ Emily, aged 40, has it all – the executive career, successful...

Wholehearted: Self Leadership for Women in Transition, and the Wholehearted Companion Workbook by Terri Connellan Review by Meredith Fuller

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wholehearted: self leadership for women in transition, and the wholehearted companion workbook by terri connellan review by meredith fuller
This is an intriguing mix of memoir, practical strategies, reference to tarot, and positive self-leadership resources for women going through major change in their lives. Pioneering in her capacity to conceptualise self-leadership, Terri Connellan provides a cogent way forward for women of all ages and life stages. In a time when many feel lost or dis-spirited, this book can change...

CHILD MAGICAL a memoir novella by Cecile Ravell

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child magical a memoir novella by cecile ravell
Book Review by Meredith Fuller psychologist & author CHILD MAGICAL a memoir by Cecile Ravell Warrior Women Press 2021 Child Magical: A Memoir follows the adventures of a three-year-old, who travels halfway around the world by the time she is five. Cecile’s novella is dedicated to the ‘child magical in all of us, who has the gift of imagination, shows resilience in...

‘The Execution Will Not Be Televised’ written, directed, and produced by Kieran Gould-Dowen

‘the execution will not be televised’ written, directed, and produced by kieran gould-dowen
Chapel off Chapel 5 – 8 May 2021 https://chapeloffchapel.com.au/.../the-execution-will.../ Kieran Gould-Dowen, principal of Impending Storm Productions, has crafted a clever, entertaining, and thought provoking three hour experience about what ails us as a society and how we can regain our sovereignty. At the forefront of immersive theatre, Gould-Dowen stages a hilarious parody of our digital world plaited with ethical dilemmas and...

Vomit: A Critic’s review “A SMASH HIT!”  

vomit: a critic’s review “a smash hit!”  
Fresh from his tour de force, “Marooned” where he lifts the lid on suicide, (still playing and also doing regional touring) Michael Gray Griffin has penned another smash hit that portrays the female archetypes of our time. A tragi-comedy, this will have you howling with both laughter and sadness or discomfort. Four women (the mother, the daughter, the grandmother, and...

play: ‘Adrifting Through the Vomit Generation’ by Michael Gray Griffith review from Meredith Fuller

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play: ‘adrifting through the vomit generation’ by michael grey griffithsiths
Play Review by Meredith Fuller psychologist | author | theatre maker Fresh from his tour de force, "Marooned" where he lifts the lid on suicide, (still playing and also doing regional touring) Michael Gray Griffith has penned another smash hit that portrays the female archetypes of our time. A tragi-comedy, this will have you howling with both laughter and sadness...

Play: ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ Shakespeare gjproductions review Meredith Fuller

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william shakespeare’s much ado about nothing gjproductions  review meredith fuller
Play review by Meredith Fuller psychologist|author|theatre maker "Love at first sight, a battle of wits, a devious plan, a marriage, a death and another marriage...There's no mistaking; this is definitely a classic Shakespeare plot!" We had an uplifting Melbourne experience tonight - an outdoor summer entertainment at Fairfield Amphitheatre watching a romantic comedy classic. A warm welcome at the kiosk box...