Coping In The Holidays With Generalised Anxiety Disorder

Coping In The Holidays With Generalised Anxiety Disorder

By the end of November, the panic stations generally set in as we realise that the festive season is around the corner. Gifts must be bought and wrapped, cards sent, family visits and meals planned for. Work and projects need to be completed before the end of the...
How To Spot Toxic or Abusive Traits In A Partner

How To Spot Toxic or Abusive Traits In A Partner

It was Mental Health Month in Australia in October, but anytime is a good time to analyse your own mental health and how those closest to you treat you. If there are people who you don’t feel safe or supported with, or if your partner makes you feel inadequate, you...
Easing Back Into Life After Lockdown

Easing Back Into Life After Lockdown

The rapid spread of COVID-19 across the globe has been a challenging experience. It has turned lives upside down and confronted us with new ways of living. Being in lockdown has certainly helped to reduce the rate of infection, but living our lives separated from our...
Tips For Parents Who Are Home-Schooling Children During Lockdown

Tips For Parents Who Are Home-Schooling Children During Lockdown

If there is anything that can show us the value of teachers and the wonderful job that they do, it is the task of trying to monitor our children’s schooling from home. As daunting as it may be, especially if you’re also working, here are a few tips for parents who are...
Covid Cabin Fever: Themes from lockdown

Covid Cabin Fever: Themes from lockdown

At the start of Sydney’s current lockdown, we didn’t know that it was going to last as long as it has (and for how much longer…). Our clinical psychologist, Dr Brittany Ager, shares some of the themes coming up in her work around the impact of the lockdown, and how we...