Archive for May 2016 | Monthly archive page

Meet Jess!

I’d like to introduce you all to Jess McDonald, one of our Provisional Psychologists. Jess is a Provisional Psychologist with a special interest in working with children and adolescents, depression, anxiety, eating disorders and personality disorders. Jess aims to work with clients utilising a range of frameworks such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Dialectical Behavioural Therapy, […]

The Link Between Our Connection With The Environment & Our Responsibility

A brief summary of the work Camille Fitzgerald (one of our psychology interns) did on Environmental Connectedness. Humanity is consuming Earth’s resources at an unsustainable rate, which has implications for climate change, biodiversity, and resources. Environmental psychology has typically understood and manipulated people’s pro-environmental intentions and behaviour through variables such as attitudes, norms, values, etc. […]

Child Therapy Workshop 7

This Friday is the seventh workshop in our Child Therapy series: “Working with Trauma and Abuse in Children and Young People”.