Resilience Kit Private Home Sessions

Learn Practical Strategies at Home Is your child resilient enough to tackle the challenges of today and in years to come? We understand that families just like yours, are busy. How helpful and convenient would it be for your child to learn practical social and...

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What does confidence have to do with resilience?

Confidence and resilience Do you think there might be some overlap in terms of the meanings ascribed to these words? According to the Oxford Dictionary definition, confidence is the feeling or belief that one can have faith in or rely on someone or something. There is...

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Anxiety in social and performance situations

Anxiety in social and performance situations Social anxiety disorder (sometimes called social phobia) is marked by an intense and persistent fear of one or more social or performance situations. This anxiety occurs when anticipating a social event. This anticipatory...

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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) has been described as one of the most effective psychological treatments for depression, supported by a large body of research. Derived from Beck’s (1979) cognitive model of depression, CBT involves modifying a person's belief...

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Screening for depression and anxiety

Anxiety and depression are generally believed to be conceptually distinct but the overlapping symptoms creates difficulties in diagnosis, research, and treatment (Gorman, 1996). So how do we evaluate feelings, attitudes, beliefs, and behaviours that are not normally...

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Create a resilient workplace

"The resilience training has been helpful in that I have thought about different ways to approach things." Developmental psychology has historically focused on the needs and life stages of children. While academics are busy researching and parents are continually...

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