Make a habit of it: Small changes can equal big results. Time to improve your life’s habitual zones.
Australian Women’s Weekly
28 March 2014
Why do women hate women? By Pat McDermott.
Australian Good Taste magazine, p.135- 137.
Travel calm: A holiday with mates can either cement the friendship or you may never talk to each other again! So follow our tips to ensure your next break doesn’t end in tears. By Nikki Davies.
CLEO, p. 172-174.
Wasted at my wedding: when these brides asked for a ‘white wedding’ they weren’t talking about the dress. By Kelli Armstrong.
Family Circle, Beauty & health. Emotional health, p.90-91.
Anger management: It’s not wrong to get angry – indeed, it’s a case of better out than in. But you do need to be able to express your anger healthily. By Alix Johnson
Family Circle, p.81-83.
Book me in: If you haven’t the time, money or even the need to visit a therapist but want to change your life, look to a book shop or library for a good self-help tome. These are some of the best ones available. By Alix Johnson
Boyfriend Time Out: Why every girl needs a gap year (or two). By Zoe Foster.
Family Circle, Beauty & health, p.86-87.
Positive Pause: Holidays are time to bring balance back into our lives and recharge the batteries, so don’t put them at the bottom of your to-do-list. Start planning your next break now – you deserve it. By Alix Johnson.
Real Living, p.138-139.
Let It Go: Experiencing emotional turmoil? Take it, shake it, and learn from it. After all, letting go is your best chance of moving on. By Alison Taite.
Cosmopolitan, p. 190-192.
Are you trying too hard? Living up to your own impossibly high standards can cause huge stress – and put your life in danger. Zoe Foster and Anna Fielding.
Are You Social Dealing: Handing out a few pills to your mates on Saturday night: harmless? Innocent? Not according to the law… By Zoe Foster.
Where have all the good men gone? By Zoe Foster.
Do You Have Extreme Couple Closeness? By Kelli Armstrong.
Cradle Snatcher: You’re older; he’s younger- what’s a girl to do? Don’t freak out, it is possible to successfully date a younger guy. Here’s how. By Felicity Percival.
Is it Ever Okay to Steal Another Girl’s Guy? By Kelli Armstrong.
Break-up-orexia: As they say, breaking up is hard to do. By Sarah Wilson.
Right Man Wrong Time: How to reset your love clock. By Felicity Percival.
I Want What She’s Got: Do you suffer from sister envy? By Felicity Percival.
Break-ups, Breakdowns and Bad Moods: Why drama queens are a pain in the arse. By Kelli Armstrong
CLEO, p. 70-73.
Chick rage! Are you having anger management issues? By Sarah Marinos.
The Magazine for Working Women, cover and p.11.
How does your life stack up? The choices we make. Interview with Amanda Ferguson.
Australian House & Garden, p111-114.
Happy families: Making it work. By Alison Taite.
New Woman, p. 34.
Sorry, you’re out of date – how to end friendships when they’ve passed their used by date. Alison Taite.
How to stay single sexy – even when you are in a relationship. By Fiona Sandiford.
Cleo, p. 116-119
So-So Sex Syndrome – When you just don’t feel like doing it! By Brooke Le Poer Trench.
If only I‘d said No! – Why is such a teensy-weensy word so damn hard to say? By Fiona Sandiford.
Life Works book review and interview of Amanda Ferguson. By Toni Wallis.
Bookseller & Publisher, p.36.
1 Apr 2002
Life Works book review.
Me: The Health and Beauty Magazine, p.62-63.
Mindfield: Hypnotherapy: If you thought hypnotherapy was about making seemingly sane people do chicken impersonations you have a lot to learn a did Snezna Kerekovic when she went under hypnosis. (see article on Amanda’s website, hypnotherapy page).
Does Clinical Engagement Differ from Business Engagement? The Society of Australasian Social Psychologist Annual Conference, Manly, Australia, April 14-17, 2011.
How does work ‘Employee Engagement’ operate in clinical contexts?
Ferguson, A. E., Fitness, J. & Bull, A. Macquarie University Research Festival, Macquarie University, Australia, 2010.
How Does Engagement Work in Clinical Contexts? In Conference Handbook of the 8th Industrial and Organisational Psychology Conference (IOP) (p.82). APS: Sydney. 8th Industrial and Organisational Psychology Conference (IOP)
Australian Psychological Society, 25-28 June 2009, poster – Organisational Development & Change.
How does work ‘engagement’ operate in clinical contexts?
Ferguson, A., Fitness, J., & Langford, P. Macquarie University Research Festival, Macquarie University, Australia, 2008.
‘Employee Engagement’: What is it, and how does it work in business and medical contexts? 7th Industrial and Organisational Psychology Conference (IOP) / 1st Asia Pacific Congress on Work and Organisational Psychology (APCWOP),
28 June-1 July 2007. Proceedings (p. 73-75).
‘Employee Engagement’: Does it exist, and if so, how does it relate to performance, other constructs and individual differences? Annual Industrial/ Organisational Psychology Conference, Australian Psychological Society, 1-3 July 2005.
‘Employee engagement’: Does it exist? And if so, how does it relate to performance and other job constructs such as commitment?
Macquarie University Research Festival, Macquarie University, Australia, 2005.
Working with Couples Using Hypnotherapy. In Journal of the Australian Society of Clinical Hypnotherapists, 2004, 25(2), 56-67 and reprinted in 2012, 34(2), 34-45. Presented at the 14th Convention of the Australian Society of Clinical Hypnotherapists: Promoting Change for Tomorrow’s Society 18-19 September 2004.
‘Employee Engagement’: Does it exist, and if so, how does it relate to performance, other constructs and individual differences in work-life balance and love life?
Ferguson, A. E., Carstairs, J., Fitness, J., & Russell, G. Macquarie University Research Festival, Macquarie University, Australia, 2004.
Theoretical frameworks for relationship transitions and the predictors of successful transitions. In T. Bowles & Z. Pearce (Eds.), Proceedings of the 4th Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society’s Interest Group on the Psychology of Relationships (pp.40-45). APS: Melbourne. Psychology of Relationships Interest Group, Australian Psychological Society, Annual conference: Relationship Transitions, 13-14 November 2004.