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Parenting Teens: Turning Conflict Into Compromise

...in negotiating and problem solving issues and conflict, and may also help improve your relationship with him or her too. Scarlett Gill is a compassionate and empathic clinical psychologist who specialises in working with kids, teens, adults, parents, and families. She is dedicated to helping people overcome whatever problems they are experiencing in their lives, whether it be anxiety, stress, depression, low-self-esteem, self-harm, and...

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This Is Why You Should Colour

...surprise you. Natalie is a warm and compassionate registered psychologist with a Masters of Clinical Psychology degree who is experienced in various evidence-based therapeutic modalities, including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). She specialises in working with adults and teens experiencing major depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, borderline...

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Sleepless in Sydney: How to Optimise Sleep – Part 1

...ice, inpatient and outpatient mental health care, and university settings. She provides individual and group therapy for adults and adolescents presenting with a wide range of mental health difficulties including depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, and difficulties with emotion regulation, stress management, social skills, and school stress. Jessica completed her clinical psychology training at the University of Technology Sydney, and has...

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Screen Time With Kids: How Much Is Too Much?

...d at working with children, adolescents, families and adults. She has extensive experience practicing from a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) approach, but is also experienced with Acceptance Based Therapy (ACT), Dialectical behaviour Therapy (DBT), Schema therapy, Mindfulness and Biofeedback evidence-based approaches. Shanna works with a range of presentations including anxiety disorders, depression, emotional dysregulation, stress and...

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Tips For Adjusting To Motherhood

...weeks’ post-birth. If you have a history of depression or are concerned that your mood has been consistently low for two weeks or more and you’re unable to experience any feelings of joy, speak with your General Practitioner about a referral to a clinical psychologist. Brittany McGill is a clinical psychologist who completed her postgraduate clinical training at the University of New South Wales. She is interested in anxiety and mood disorders...

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Parenting: What To Do When Discipline Doesn’t Work

...dren and your attempts to apply time out, consequences and other discipline strategies should be more effective as well. Scarlett Gill is a compassionate and empathic clinical psychologist who specialises in working with kids, teens, adults, parents, and families. She is dedicated to helping people overcome whatever problems they are experiencing in their lives, whether it be anxiety, stress, depression, low-self-esteem, self-harm, and...

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Stop “Shoulding” All Over Yourself

...trying to “should” your way out of it! Jessica is a Clinical Psychology Registrar with experience working in outpatient, inpatient and day program settings. She works with a range of presentations, including mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and trauma. Jessica has a special interest in working with children, adolescents and adults experiencing eating disorders and recently published an article on Family Based Therapy (FBT) for Adolescent...

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Goal Setting: Why The Words You Use Are Important

...on the gaps – your solutions – and you’d start to evaluate what you need to do to find a way through. Avoidance vs Approach Language Avoidance oriented goal setting keeps you stuck on a problem. It can inflame your sense of anxiety and hopelessness, and it can do this all without offering any solutions. Approach-oriented language on the other hand frames the problem in terms of what you truly want. This switched your attention to solutions and...

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Childhood Lessons: How Much Do They Impact Adult Life?

...and missing out on getting what you want. Likewise, putting all your resources into continually striving to succeed may mean you’re not able to enjoy your achievements, and avoiding taking risks may contribute to significant anxiety and missing out on potentially rewarding experiences. We’re all shaped by our experiences, but identifying patterns of behaviour that were helpful in childhood, but which no longer serve us can be an important lesson...

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Tired Of Your Words Falling On Deaf Ears?

...Lisa is a warm, friendly, and compassionate clinical psychologist registrar. She is dedicated to working collaboratively with kids, teens, and adults experiencing a range of mental health difficulties, including: depression, anxiety, emotion regulation difficulties and self-harm, personality vulnerabilities, and substance dependence. Lisa is passionate about working with her clients to help them through difficulties and help them to live the...

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