September 24, 2020
Climate change and cognitive biases

Climate Change and Cognitive Biases

This extended blog will review a brief history of climate change and how the evolution of the human mind works against us through cognitive biases, when we attempt to understand climate change science, and the change required to curb global warming. We will look at the training required of a […]
June 25, 2020
What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)?

Ever wondered why people have different reactions to situations? Like why are some people petrified to talk in front of others, whilst others seem carefree and confident. Or why do some people have a fear of snakes whilst others keep snakes for pets! Or why do some people suffer with […]
June 16, 2020
Warning Signs of Postnatal depression

7 Warning Signs of Postnatal Depression

Conception, pregnancy and the post-natal period can be such a rollercoaster of emotions and experiences for many women and their partners. This can include everything from difficulties conceiving to high risk pregnancies to traumatic births and difficult breastfeeding journeys and everything in between. All these combined with the transformative and […]
June 9, 2020
Signs of Bipolar Disorder

Signs of Bipolar Disorder

What is Bipolar Disorder ? First of all, let’s bust the common myths usually associated with Bipolar Disorder. Have you ever heard anyone say “You have so many moods, you are Bipolar!” ? Bipolar Disorder is not experiencing a variety of moods, or displaying entirely different personalities, nor is it […]
May 29, 2020
CBT Treatment for Alcohol Abuse

Treatment for Alcohol Abuse

Alcohol is a widely accepted part of Australian culture and the consumption of alcohol here is widespread. Having a drink is normalised within Australia that it can actually seem strange for an adult not to be drinking at a BBQ or social event. The National Health Survey conducted in 2017-2018 […]
February 21, 2020

CBT Treatment of Childhood Depression

Just like adults, children can experience various mental illnesses including depression. Depression can affect up to 3% of Australian children and adolescents. Childhood depression can be a reaction to many circumstances including family conflict, parenting separation, loss of a pet, bullying at school or low self-esteem. This blog outlines to […]

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