PTSD is related to traumatic experiences. However, it is a serious mental disorder that is still widely misunderstood, which is why we’d like to debunk a few common myths.
Behind every interesting tid-bit there were psychologists and scientists asking the important questions and painstakingly investigating them. Who said research jobs were boring?!
Call us biased but we believe psychology can explain pretty much everything one way or another! That’s why outside the office we totally geek out on weird and wonderful psychology facts. We thought we’d share a few doozies with you today.
Payneham has been one of our staple clinics for some time with staff and clients growing together. However, as of 19th March 2020, psychology services will be moved to our fancy new premises in nearby Gilles Plains….
2020 is already racing by so quickly we’ve barely had time to acknowledge everything that happened in 2019 so we’d like to take a quick second to round everything up.
With Halloween on the way, many of us will actively seek an annual scare or two. While you’re jumping at trick o’ treaters, spare a thought for those who live in genuine fear of others, objects, or situations …
Suicidal ideation and attempts are distressing for the individual and those around them but help is at hand. PsychMed is a designated key SA provider of suicide prevention by the Commonwealth Government. We believe passionately in uncovering new and …
When we want to achieve something, we create goals for ourselves. These can be day-to-day small goals like finishing work tasks or longer-term goals, like the types of aspirations we often discuss in therapy.
Have you ever noticed a difference in your mood if you stay inside all day without natural light compared to when you’ve stepped out into the fresh air? Being outside in nature affects more than just your mood – it can impact your behaviour, sleep, and …
Mobile phones can be a blessing and a curse. On the one hand, they make our lives so convenient with everything at the touch of a button, including our loved ones. On the other hand, they’re a safety blanket, number 1 tool for procrastination, and the enemy of mindfulness and real life connection.