This article is about the experience of depersonalisation during a panic attack, a little recognised symptom that affects about 5% of adults each year.
Episode 41 – Lightening the Load As Melbourne has recently been in a fourth lockdown of the pandemic, we thought we’d cover some ways of coping through times of prolonged stress. We discuss the effects of prolonged stress, as well as some ways that you can assist with managing those effects. This Week’s Links… Read more »
This article includes a range of mental health tips for dealing with lockdowns and restrictions associated with Covid-19.
Stress tips for kids… Parenting can be so stressful. How can we best help our kids when their mental health is challenged? Psychologist Nahanni Sutton chats to Angie Hilton giving great advice on how to deal with children’s anxiety, particularly in this covid period. Here you’ll find tips on – School refusal – teen anxiety… Read more »
Episode 32 – The Helpfulness of Hope How can you boost hope? What is the relevance of hope? How can you tell if someone has lost hope? This week, Chris and Rowan discuss the topic of hope, both from the angle of restoring hope, but also the positive side of hope as a character strength…. Read more »
An article discussing the available resources that you can turn to when appointments with psychologists are scarce or unavailable.
This article describes how we can balance out three core systems of human behaviour to support self-compassion and reduce burnout.
Episode 23 – Past, Present and Future – Talking about Time Chris and Rowan explore the second aspect of mindfulness to last week’s podcast on arousal management, which is living in the present moment. We look at the idea of living in the present both from the aspect of experiencing our immediate surroundings, but… Read more »
Episode 19 – Not Just Genes – A Recipe for Mental Health On this week’s episode, Chris and Rowan look at the part our genetics play in determining our mental health and how we can best use that knowledge to our advantage. In this episode, we look at some ways of boosting the more… Read more »
This article is written in response to recent restrictions imposed throughout the state of Victoria. It draws similarities between a community response to the second wave of COVID-19 to a relapse prevention model in psychology. This model looks at times when a lapse has occurred and identifies strategies to reduce the likelihood another lapse occurs… Read more »