Welcome to M1Psychology @ Loganholme in between Brisbane/Gold Coast. Why not try our FREE emotional health check up with a Loganholme Psychologist – a 30 minute, no cost, no obligation consultation to help determine the right Loganholme Psychologist for your needs? Loganholme Logan Psychologists We have 20+ Loganholme psychologists, counsellors and psychotherapists with an extensive range of expertise in counselling for mental health … More...
M1 Psychology provides a diverse range of Psychological and Counselling Services for doctors and specialists that would like to refer to our clinic. If you are a GP in our local area you may like to fax the mental health referral letter (under the better access initiative) to (07) 3801 2608. Please remember that we do not […]
We have several child psychologists working with our team. Psychologists Dr Rose Gillett, as well as Cassandra Gist. No waiting to see a child psychologist in Loganholme!
Most people have felt depressed or sad at times. Depression can be a common reaction to the struggles in life, the experience of grief or loss, and fluctuating levels self-esteem. However, when these feelings tend to happen in intense amounts they may last for days, weeks or months. Intense sadness may include feeling hopeless, hopeless and […]
Work-related stress factors such as investigations, complaints, performance reviews, aggressive clients, conflict with colleagues, a high workload, or lack of job fit can cause detriment to your health and happiness. Studies have shown that when work stress becomes chronic, it can cause strain on not only your mental, but physical health as well. One in […]
One of the greatest difficulties in dealing with narcissistic personality disorder, is that strong narcissists firmly believe that they are NOT the problem – “Others are the problem, and they need to change!” One of the first steps to take when dealing with narcissism or bullying, is to know how to cope with it, and […]
One of the questions I am commonly asked is: what is the difference between a Psychologist and a Psychiatrist? Psychologists and Psychiatrists complete different study pathways in Australia. I have been involved in the training programs for both Psychology and Psychiatry in Queensland. Read More about the difference between psychologists vs psychiatrists training in Australia.
The short answer is: Yes, some adults have ADD/ADHD. They may or may not have been diagnosed with it in childhood. Being an adult with ADD/ADHD can have a negative impact on the individual’s life, from mental and physical health implications, to work life and therefore finances, to difficulties in personal relationships. If you suspect […]
Are you experiencing difficulties in your relationship relating to your intimacy needs? Check out this article from Clinical Psychologist Dr Alistair Campbell on Sex and Normative Narratives.