Perinatal Depression is an umbrella term used to describe symptoms of depression and anxiety that can occur at any time during a pregnancy and within the first year of birth. It describes feeling low or worried at a level that is causing significant distress, or impairing your ability to do the things you need to […]
Needing a psychologist with expertise in the area of forensic psychology? At M1 Psychology, we have psychologists who can provide pre-sentence, parole, and behavioural management reports, as well as treatment for those who are in contact with the legal system. To make an appointment, call 3067 9129, or book online with Laura Fleming or Shelley Jacks.
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 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 […]
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy was developed by psychologist Marsha Linehan to treat patients with Borderline Personality Disorder, who are engaging in self-harming or suicidal behaviours. If you would like more information to help you decide whether DBT is right for you, check out this page by Health Psychologist Kelly Gall.
Most of us have felt shy in a social situation, and feeling shy can be very uncomfortable. We may react physically by blushing, shaking, or stumbling over our words. However for some people, this uncomfortable experience can develop into ongoing panic and avoidance that limit our opportunities to engage with life. For more information on […]