Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) aims to help individuals live a rich, full and meaningful life by learning strategies to allow negative thoughts and feelings to come and go, rather than dwelling on or being caught up in them. ACT also shifts the focus to the things that are most important to you, and invites you to […]
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 […]
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 […]
Is abstinence necessary to recover from substance abuse? Psychologist Jim Adsett has written an interesting article on abstinence versus cutting down.
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 […]