Freeing Ourselves From Avoidance
-By Dr Jasmine Pang     As human beings, we are encoded to survive by avoiding things that are likely
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When Baby Makes 3 – tips for making the adjustment to Parenthood
By Dr Kylee Forrest     It is no secret that bringing home a baby is time if immense love
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When Cracks Appear – Referring Couples for Relationship Therapy
  By Dr Jennifer Wilson     Positive, supportive relationships can help us withstand many of the expected or unexpected
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3 Ways To Tell If Your Child Might Have Social Anxiety
  Written by By Dr Cate Hearn         Shy or Self-Conscious   Compared to other children their
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Five Screen-Time Life Hacks
Written By Dr Tania McMahon       It’s 9pm. You’re exhausted. You’ve just finished dinner, maybe putting the kids
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Trauma Informed Care in Primary Health Settings
  Dr Jasmine Pang describes the impact early adverse childhood experiences have on individual later-life health and well-being, with advice
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The myth of watch and wait
Something’s not quite right James was like any other 9-year-old, but at the first mention of school his whole body
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Pokemon GO might treat depression, but will it make your OCD worse?
Pokemon GO is a mobile game that gets people walking around with their phones in the real world to collect
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Embracing Easter – It’s time to teach play
Most of us can’t decide what we think of the Easter holidays – it seems every bonus comes with its
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Five keys to a satisfying sex life for parents
Between careers, children and the pressures of being a grown up, maintaining a healthy sex life can end up pretty
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