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Finding A Way Through Grief

...ng the grief resolve. When grieving a loss, it’s important to take care of yourself. Look after yourself physically: our bodies and minds are intricately connected. Do your best to eat well (even if you don’t feel like eating), exercise (even if just going for a 10 minute walk), and get plenty of sleep and rest. Try to express your feelings in a tangible way such as by writing (e.g., journaling, writing an unsent letter), scrapbooking, or...

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Surviving Christmas: 6 Tips To Help You Enjoy The Holidays

...edule activities, say no, organise childcare for a few hours – you’ll never feel like there’s time for you, but there can be if you make it a priority. Dr. Sarah Hughes is a clinical psychologist and the founder of Think Clinical Psychologists. She enjoys working with children, adolescents, and adults, and specialises in anxiety, depression, postnatal depression, eating disorders, self-harm, and challenging behaviour....

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Taking the Anxious Out Of Anxious Thoughts

...psychological care. Pascale has extensive experience working with adults and adolescents with a variety of psychological disorders including depression, panic attacks, social anxiety, generalised anxiety, health anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, specific phobias, anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder....

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School Readiness: How Can I Know If My Child Is Ready For School?

...e – kids who start school slightly later than their peers will still do well in life. In the grand scheme of things, 12 months isn’t that long to wait. Dr. Sarah Hughes is a clinical psychologist and the founder of Think Clinical Psychologists. She enjoys working with children, adolescents, and adults, and specialises in anxiety, depression, postnatal depression, eating disorders, self-harm, and challenging behaviour....

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Self-Care In A Fast Paced World

...importantly – while you’re doing these activities, switch off your phone any any electronic devices. Switching off can help you to get into the moment and leave distractions behind. Tip #3: Nourish Yourself Make sure you’re eating and drinking regularly. Set time to have a proper meal and eat it mindfully. Tip #4: Practice Good Sleep Hygiene Getting enough sleep can help you feel energised and more motivated, allowing you to be more productive...

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How to support HSC students in isolation

...the room, walk around. Set their phone to 25 min chunks to regularise their routine. Stick to their routine   Keep An Eye On Their Diet And Sleep It is tempting to “comfort eat” during stressful times. Encourage healthy eating habits by having healthy food options available and sticking to regular meal schedules. Encourage good sleep hygiene. Teenagers need more sleep than the average person. Suggest they don’t take their devices to bed...

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Things my toddler has taught me about taking care of myself

...ains. The same thing goes for adults. If there is nothing else you can do for yourself, waking and sleeping at the same times every day will have a measurable impact on how your day will go. Regular meals and snacks Ditto on eating regular meals and snacks. If toddlers are hungry, their moods and behaviour become erratic very quickly. Adults also hate feeling hangry – combat this by not giving in to the temptation to skip meals when you’re busy,...

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5 Tips To Help Your Child Beat Their Phobia

...ety to mean that (1) the situation is dangerous, and (2) you don’t believe they can cope. Being calm shows your child that you have confidence in them. Dr. Sarah Hughes is a clinical psychologist and the founder of Think Clinical Psychologists. She enjoys working with children, adolescents, and adults, and specialises in anxiety, depression, postnatal depression, eating disorders, self-harm, and challenging behaviour....

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5 Tips To Help You Overcome Anxiety

...and will also help to boost your immune system. You might also want to reduce your caffeine intake. Caffeine is a stimulant and can exacerbate anxiety. Dr. Sarah Hughes is a clinical psychologist and the founder of Think Clinical Psychologists. She enjoys working with children, adolescents, and adults, and specialises in anxiety, depression, postnatal depression, eating disorders, self-harm, and challenging behaviour....

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Relationships: How To Know When To End A Relationship

...end a relationship is a heartbreaking decision, but if you know deep down it’s the right thing to do, your heart will eventually catch up to your head. Dr. Sarah Hughes is a clinical psychologist and the founder of Think Clinical Psychologists. She enjoys working with children, adolescents, and adults, and specialises in anxiety, depression, postnatal depression, eating disorders, self-harm, and challenging behaviour....

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