Psychological Empowerment Brisbane
Psychological Empowerment Brisbane

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I speak on a range of topics about women empowering themselves in the home, workplace and community.

These include:

– Building emotional resilience

– Speaking with conviction

– Identifying the signs of danger

– Maintaining a focused mind during conflict

– Building strategies to avoid conflict.


I’ll post upcoming events on:

– My Facebook personal page (link)

– My LinkedIn account (link)

– My website mailing list.

Domestic Violence and Family Violence Prevention Honour Roll certificate awarded to Eve Dyer


Eve has distilled her professional experience as a clinical psychologist (retired) and her rich personal experience into a passionate and accessible guide to negotiating harmful relationships. She provides a framework for understanding the emotions, behaviours and personality traits that often underlie these relationships and how to respond assertively to mistreatment. Compelling stories describe the lives of people trapped in damaging relationships and how they not only survived but thrived.

The focus is mainly on women’s experiences, but men will also find it valuable. Men are often devastated when relationships break down. This book has the potential to improve men’s lives through increased self-awareness and understanding of their emotional impact on their partners.

Adj. Prof. Robert King, PhD, FAPS

Your narrative is very well written, illustrated with examples, well structured, and comprehensive in its coverage of finding one’s power, understanding anger, and developing Assertive Anger. The book is based on the premise that anger can be both helpful and harmful and has five faces. Having described the different forms of anger, you explore the patterns of emotion, thought and behaviour that can mask our access to assertive anger, how to develop the capabilities for assertive anger, and how to convert the harmful forms of anger into empowering and protective ways of thinking and behaving. Throughout, you use rich, detailed stories of ‘composite’ and fictional clients to illustrate the patterns of communication and belief that prevent us from wielding our personal power.