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Change the way you think, the way you feel and the way you behave to change your life.
Understand your brain, know who you are and find your still, calm place.

INTRO - Dr. Sharyn Kennedy, PhD

Hello, I’m Sharyn from Still Mind. I’m a practicing psychologist with a Ph.D. in cognitive psychology. I help people solve problems by teaching them about their brain and helping them manage and change their thoughts, feelings, and behaviours.

You may want to change:

  • Negative thinking
  • Panicky feelings
  • Ongoing fear and anxiety
  • Self-sabotage
  • Broken relationships
  •  Procrastination
  • Worry, stress, and nervousness
  • Emotions that don’t make sense
  • Overwhelm
  • Feelings of inadequacy, loss of confidence and low self-esteem
  • Feeling lost and not knowing who you are

I use principles from cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) to help people understand and learn about their brain. I’m passionate and excited about the neuroscience underlying these therapies, but my greatest pleasure comes from seeing how people respond after using these therapy skills and ideas. People become excited, happy and feel enthusiastic about life even in the face of challenges and problems. If you are willing to invest time, effort and money into getting to know how your brain works and practicing new skills, then you will make long-lasting changes in your life.

Welcome to the Still Mind website, where I can help you find that calm, still place inside of you.

Here are the ways you can work with me:

  • You can have face-to-face sessions (I’m based in Abu Dhabi, UAE)
  • You can read blog posts and download worksheets and related exercises
  • You can book a package of four in-depth sessions with once a month coaching (coming soon)
  • You can mix up face-to-face with online sessions (coming soon)
  • You can take my online courses
  • You can read my books

"No more anxiety. I worry much less. I know the difference between thoughts and feelings."

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