Psychology week

Psychology Week

November 9, 2020 Psychology Week is an annual initiative of the Australian Psychological Society that aims to increase public awareness of how psychology can help Australians lead healthier, happier and more meaningful lives. Each day this week we will be bring you information on psychology and mental health. It is so important were normalise talking about mental health,...
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R U OK? The simple question that can change a life.

September 9, 2015 Sometimes we might think a person around us is acting differently than usual or perhaps you have noticed some changes in yourself? It is quite common for people to ignore these signs, unless someone reaches out and specifically asks for help. R U OK day promoted on the 10th of September every year, encourages people...
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Eating your way to a healthier you!

August 14, 2015 It’s common knowledge that eating unhealthy food can affect your physical health, but did you know recent scientific testing has found it also has negative effects on your emotional wellbeing? With 50% of women in Australia not happy about how they perceive their bodies and 17% of men fad dieting at any given time, it...
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Physiotherapists support tradie health in August

July 31, 2015 Physiotherapists are a tradies’ best friend, helping them keep their bodies strong and healthy, and treat little niggles before they become bigger long-term problems. Recent research shows 20 per cent of injuries in the workplace involve a tradesperson. ‘Tradies’ may seem to have a life and job to envy, but studies show injuries on the...
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