What is Counselling and is it for me?

Counselling is a process where you can confidentially explore personal issues with the help of a professional. The counsellor will assist you to clarify issues that you face, explore options, develop strategies and help you to increase your own self-awareness. People can seek counselling for any issue they face. Typical issues that bring people Continue Reading

What Does It Take To Build A Strong And Positive Relationship?

We’ve all heard the saying about people having “rose-coloured glasses on” when they enter a new romantic relationship and looking past all of their partner’s flaws and faults, but what happens when the rose-coloured glasses come off? How do we build and maintain a strong, loving and enduring connection to our partner? It would be wonderful if we Continue Reading

10 tips to Great Mental Health

Just like your physical health, there are actions you can take to improve your mental health. Having great mental health means being able to adjust to whatever life throws at you and feeling confident to be able to rise to any challenges that you face. You could be on your way to stressing less by following a few small steps… Try to have some Continue Reading

Medicare and Psychology

The Better Access to Mental Health Care initiative introduced new mental health Medicare items on 1 November 2006. These items enable people with diagnosed mental disorders to access Medicare rebates for services from Psychologists. There are two categories of Medicare items that can be provided by Psychologists: one for Psychologists and the other Continue Reading

What is a Clinical Psychologist?

A Clinical Psychologist is a professional who has completed eight years of training in the area of Psychology. This training consists of the completion of a four-year undergraduate degree in Psychology, followed by an additional fours years of specialised training at postgraduate level. Postgraduate training includes the completion of a Masters or Continue Reading

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