Hypersexuality and paraphilia are strong addictive disorders that have the potential to bring significant negative consequences to society, and considerable distress and shame to the person suffering with the disorder. Dr. Peter Noordink provides further insight into these disorders and discusses how mindfulness-based cognitive training, including values training and dealing with shame can help individual’s […]
Stress is a completely normal and human experience. When it is within your comfort zone, it can motivate you to perform at your best and help you to perform under pressure. However, when it becomes overwhelming, poorly managed stress can affect your mood and relationships, or lead to a number of health problems. Modern life is full […]
The management of an eating disorder is ideally managed by a few professionals: a GP, Psychologist, Psychiatrist, and Dietitian who liaise with each other and work together to provide the individual with the care and support they need to recover from their eating disorder. Psychological Treatment The foundation of psychological treatment is in forming a […]
Did you know – psychologists can help you in your quest to get fit and healthy? Whether you’re keen to lose weight, exercise more, or simply want to learn how to stress less and relax more, at M1 Psychology Loganholme we have psychologists to help. Kelly Gall and Mia Olsson have a particular interest in […]
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.
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.