About Brad Everton

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Who is Brad Everton? Brad is first and foremost a loving husband and father. He enjoys nothing more than creating positive memories with Monique and Corey and making sure they are cared for. Brad is also a Psychologist, International Author, Entrepreneur, Public Speaker and Relationships Expert. Brad’s focus is (and always has been) empowering the people around him and making sure they are able to move forward towards a better and more fulfilling life. Brad believes most parents want to explore new ways to parent their kids. He believes by helping parents who feel the need to: • provide more • care more • connect more • and find better ways to communicate … their kids will feel loved, valued and respected, even during times of conflict. Brad also believes when we have the right tools and strategies, staying on track as a parent becomes a lot easier. What is Brad’s Background?

Brad has worked in many different industries before he realised his fascination for understanding the mind and how human nature works, which led him to completing a Bachelor of Psychology with Honours degree at James Cook University. Brad has always taken a positive approach to psychology and this lead him to complete his Masters of Psychology degree, specialising in Sport Psychology. While completing his degrees, he gained a deeper perspective of young people with mental illness and physical disabilities by working as a Personal Carer. He also designed and facilitated programs with a colleague for teenagers to manage and control their anger. In fact, the ‘ChillOut’ program was very successful with high school students who were considering dropping out of school.

Brad has worked as a Resident Fellow mentoring undergraduate and postgraduate students. He also worked as a Psychologist at the University of Southern Queensland – Student Services, where he provided psychological and career support for students and staff. He was then recruited to take on the role as Associate Director of Residential Colleges where he gained extensive experience with understanding the many issues of teenagers and young adults who left home to live on campus and explore the world of independent choices, living and lifestyles. After four years in this role, with a new family, Brad ventured out on his own and started his private practice.

Over the years, Brad has counselled people from all walks of life and is able to easily connect with people from many cultures and backgrounds. His work has also allowed him to help people in industries such as mining, medical, aviation, finance, human resources, manufacturing, retail, disability, government, education and many more.

What does Brad Everton Stand For?

Brad’s focus is (and always has been) empowering the people around him and making sure they are able to move forward towards a better and more fulfilling life. Brad believes most parents want to explore new ways to parent their kids. He believes by helping parents who feel the need to: • provide more • care more • connect more • and find better ways to communicate … their kids will feel loved, valued and respected, even during times of conflict. Brad also believes when we have the right tools and strategies, staying on track as a parent becomes a lot easier. More About Brad Brad’s professional affiliations include the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency and Toastmasters International. He has travelled and worked throughout Australia, South Africa, Canada, Fiji, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and New Zealand.

What Others Say:

“When I read the book it’s just like talking to you.  It’s like having a little angel on my shoulder.”

Suzanne

Mum of 2 Year Old Boy “Thank you Brad for the journey you have brought me on. Your book and our sessions have shown me a new way to look at life. Your tips, tools and strategies are now helping me face my everyday fears. My anxiety levels are at an all time low, and that is thanks to you.”

Scott

Queensland “If I’d had the Relationships Dynamics Model five years ago I wouldn’t be divorced today.”

Greg

Father of Adult Children Queensland
PLEASE WAIT A MOMENT AND HEAR ME OUT

PLEASE WAIT A MOMENT AND HEAR ME OUT

FACT IS: "It's not a matter of IF life will throw obstacles and hurdles at you... it's WHEN."

And more than that, if you don't have the strategies in place to cope (and bounce back), then you WILL find yourself struggling to some extent.

You see... I have counselled people from all walks of life (surgeons, managers, truck drivers, sales executives, miners, accountants, teachers, nurses, administrative assistants, students, etc) and the one thing that remains the same is they are all just normal people trying to live a happy and fulfilled life but something went wrong in their career, relationships, health or finances.

The thing is, because they didn't have the skills ingrained into their subconscious (by the way most people don't) they found themselves lost, anxious, depressed, overwhelmed, angry or powerless.

And throughout my years of counselling, I've come to realise one of the best lines of defence for protecting yourself in all the big areas of life (career, relationships, health and finances) is to create and implement a self-care plan.

That's why when COVID19 started to dramatically change the way we live and interact, I realised it was my duty to guide people through putting their own self-care plans together so you can not just survive but even find a way to thrive now and post-COVID.

So, please... before you leave, take a moment to reconsider how much your wellbeing can mean to you.

Now I have been working in the field for 20 years now and I can assure you there is no better thing you can do for yourself and your family then to make sure you make the time to take care of yourself.  After all, as someone once said, "if you don't make time for your wellness, you will be forced to make time for your illness.

Check out the reasons why you should get started at the bottom of the page, or contact us directly to get your questions answered by email: info@ontrackparenting.com , phone: 0458360666 , or at our Facebook page: www/facebook.com/synergymindsolutions

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