Welcome to Jane Gabites Psychology

Finding Peace in a Busy World

Note: I am not currently taking new clients. Please check out my Podcast for evidence-based tools to support your mental health & check out my guided mindfulness meditations on Insight Timer.

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I’m Jane Gabites, an Auckland based psychologist. I will help you with stress reduction and give you methods to help you care for yourself.

Life can be stressful. Together we can develop strategies to help you be more at peace with yourself. My goal is to assist you in creating a fulfilling and meaningful life.

I work with clients in Auckland and offer a confidential, non-judgmental service to support you in moving forward, not only with stress reduction but with any other issues you may be facing. See my services for a list of what I can help you with.

I can also help you change habits, thinking patterns, beliefs, and behavior that no longer work for you. I will help you develop skills and tools to help you throughout your daily life so when you have feelings of stress, anxiety, depression or other undermining thought patterns or issues you will be able to manage them in a positive way.

Journeys to Wellness Podcast

Welcome to the Journeys to Wellness Podcast. A weekly show discussing the science behind mental and physical health.

Join Psychologist Jane Gabites & Nutritionist Luke Gabites for an enlightening discussion on all things to do with Psychology & wellness.

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Latest Blog Posts

Five Easy Ways to Calm Anxiety

Five Easy Ways to Calm Anxiety

There’s a famous quote about anxiety by Dr Rick Hanson: “Your brain is like Velcro for negative experiences but Teflon for positive ones.” It’s important to remember this when we are deeply lost in worries or fears about the future. As humans, we are wired to focus...

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How to Deal with Bad News Stories

How to Deal with Bad News Stories

There’s so much sad and scary stuff happening in the news right now. Often when we read something tragic, our first reaction is to feel anger at the perpetrator, then helplessness that we are unable to do anything. It’s healthy to feel anger—it’s a normal human...

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How to Say ‘No’ When You’re Used to Saying ‘Yes’

How to Say ‘No’ When You’re Used to Saying ‘Yes’

Imagine your boss has just asked you to work over the weekend, or an acquaintance has just invited you out for drinks. And you don’t want to work the weekend, or go out for drinks. But you’re wavering because you don’t have anything else planned. Before you know it,...

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