Happiness takes practice – it requires the ability to focus on the positive aspects without dwelling on the negative. If you find that you often get caught up in thoughts about the past, or have a tendency to compare yourself to others which leads you to feeling unhappy, consider making an appointment with one of our experienced psychologists on 07 3067 9129.
Are you worried or scared frequently during the day? Do you constantly think about how people will react to what you say and what you will do? Do you feel your heart beat faster when you interact with others? The signs of fear, stress and anxiety are many, and the impact each has upon our […]
Winter have you feeling the blues? No it’s not just the end of beach trips, ice-cream, pool parties, and sundresses that has people feeling sad in winter. Seasonal Affective Disorder, otherwise known as SAD, is a mood disorder in which individuals experience depressive episodes as a reaction to changes in the seasons. This disorder is thought […]
As human beings, we generate thoughts on a daily basis. When you woke up this morning, you may have thought about how tired you were, or how much you didn’t want to go to work. Perhaps you couldn’t stop thinking about all the things you did on your date last night, and criticising yourself for the things […]
Burnout is the consequence of excessive work, stress, and other related factors. It can be described as a state of emotional, mental and physical exhaustion, and not having enough resources to cope or manage tasks and situations that are presented to you. If you find that you are no longer able to maintain the same level of […]
Approximately 1,000,000 adults and 100,000 young people in Australia live with the illness each year. Despite its common occurrence, Depression continues to be stigmatised leading people to avoid seeking professional help. Below are some of the misconceptions and the facts that really underlie them. Depression is normal, and everyone feels sad at different times about different things. – […]