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Despite having many physical similarities which make us human, we are actually all as unique as finger-prints. We see this in so many of our differences in our tastes, our likes and our dislikes. We also see this is variations in responses to treatments.

Published in The Coping Toolkit
Saturday, 29 April 2017 15:08

Grief & Loss: The Psychology of It

"Only people who are capable of loving strongly can also suffer great sorrow, but this same necessity of loving serves to counteract their grief and heals them." Tolstoy
Published in Analyse This
According to Perinatal Anxiety & Depression Australia (PANDA), one in seven new mothers and one in ten new fathers experiences postnatal depression or anxiety. In this latest Up Close & Personal essay, Diana Kirk shares with us her intimate experience with postnatal depression following the birth of her first son.
Published in Up Close & Personal
"If you're pretty crazy then you're in good company because the human race as a whole is out of its goddam head." Albert Ellis - founder of Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT) and pioneer in the development of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT).
Published in The Coping Toolkit
Tom is a beautiful proud Warramunga Man from the Wiradjuri Nation. He is a son, brother, husband and friend but touches so many more people every day as he shares his knowledge and stories through his work as the founder of Red Dust Healing. Today we are blessed to learn so much from this very wise man of very few words in our latest Conversation on the Couch.
Tuesday, 18 April 2017 18:26

Ask a Psychologist - Monthly Mailbox

Welcome to our Ask a Psychologist - Monthly Mailbox. Whenever you like, you will be able to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Facebook message us your question/s and on the first day of every month, we will answer your questions respecting your privacy and confidentiality. Read on to find out what others have been asking...
Published in New Things
The following article in our series on depression focuses on the second goal of the World Health Organisation's (WHO) recommended management plan for the treatment of a depressive disorder - the treatment of depressed mood with psychotherapy. 
Published in Analyse This
The Psychology of It turned one on March 26th, 2017! What a year it's been. Read on to here a bit about our journey creating the website and our plans for the future. Oh yeah, we also announce the winner of our first birthday competition!
Published in New Things
Have you ever faced difficulties in your job because of your gender? Have you ever had to work harder to prove yourself in your role simply because of your sex? Unfortunately people encounter discrimination everyday for many reasons, including their gender. Guest writer Diana Kirk let's us into her world owning and operating a company in the male dominated real-estate industry where sadly, even in 2017 misogyny is alive and well.
Published in Up Close & Personal
Vanessa Eylward engages us with her insight and wisdom of valuable life lessons from a life well and truly lived, and from her latest life experience, living with breast cancer, for our latest Conversation on the Couch. This is laugh-out-loud funny and poignant all at the same time.
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