Have you seen changes in your teen’s behaviour – highly strung, lashing out or a bad attitude?
Is your teenager avoiding you, feels the pressure, stressed out - and you don’t know how to manage their reactions?
Have challenges in your life set you back, and you’re struggling to soldier on?
Do you find when things go wrong or don’t turn out how you’d expect, it’s hard to remain optimistic?
Have you ever had your child dig their heels in at a party, and you feel like you’ve got to drag them in?
Has your daughter had a meltdown the night before her class speech or the school dance?
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Some simple day to day consistency can go a long way!
Do you sometimes feel like your loved one isn’t ‘there’, as if they have difficulty hearing or even seeing you?
Do you witness them sitting at the kitchen table, staring into space for an hour or two?
Are you a parent, feeling lost as to why you’re not as close with your child anymore?
Has your child grown more distant as they get older, and you don’t know how to reconnect?
Do you have an unmotivated teenager, who won’t do anything you ask?
Are they resistant to doing their chores, and have difficulty completing tasks?
Are you going through a period of grief, maybe lost someone close to you?
Are you struggling with managing your emotions and coping day to day?
Do you experience high levels of pain? Has it been persisting for months or maybe years?
Do you feel like just stopping, with the pain crippling you daily?
Our Director & Clinical Psychologist Rebecca Deane had the priveledge of being interviewed by Karen from Yoga Bare Hawkesbury, talking about the changes and challenges many are facing with the affects of COVID-19, and how you can adapt to that change, and reduce worry & stress. Take and listen and ...Details »
Are you feeling defeated? Not losing the weight you after trying so hard?
Do you know that your eating habits are unhealthy, and feel you’re resorting to more drastic measures to lose the weight?
Are you trying to adjust to your new home life?
Is your work, home and family life all blended into one now you’re in isolation?
It is common to feel nervous before seeing a psychologist, especially if it is your first time. Spending some time thinking ...Details »
Our experience facing the horrific bush fires...Two days before Christmas, my husband and I, and our two little boys waited ...Details »
Are you separating or divorcing from your partner? Are you unsure how to manage the change and impact on your children?Separating or a divorce is a huge life change, and it’s always stressful for a family. Especially if it falls around Christmas time. It’s often made ... Details »
Do you find that you experience financial stress at this time of year, every year?
Do you want your child to attend a mainstream school, regardless of their disability?
Are you concerned that they won’t get the support and guidance they need?
It’s a new year. But what does this mean to you? The new year can mean many different things to different people. You may find yourself re-thinking what you want to strive for in the year ahead; you may be busily thinking about the school year and kid’s activities; you may ...Details »
Have you ever walked away from an appointment thinking what just happened? I can’t remember what he just said, it was all too quick and he lost me at “you have………” You make time to schedule an important health appointment, take time out of your day because you’re concerned. The problem ...Details »
Redundancy. A word we all don't like to hear. We spend a lot of our lifetime at work. So what would you do if you lost your job unexpectedly? How do you think you would cope? Christmas time can be an extremely busy time of year for many businesses, however it can also ...Details »
Do you feel like you are on an emotional rollercoaster? Are your emotions dominating your decisions? Reacting more to events than others? Why is it that so-called ‘negative’ emotions, seem to hinder our life? You finish your day, feeling tense, and as you head home a weight bares down on you. ...Details »
Does your son or daughter have unrealistic high standards? Do they show signs of Perfectionism? Do they often not feel good enough, or think they should have worked harder? Perfectionistic tendencies are often seen in teenagers and young adults studying for their school exams or at university. They can often feel ...Details »