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What is self-care?

And why does it matter? Self-care is the conscious effort of making time for activities beneficial to maintaining mental and physical health. Caring for your mind and body doesn’t have to be time consuming but does require regular and ongoing consideration. Eating and drinking well, getting enough sleep, exercising, avoiding alcohol and drugs, and living […]

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Christmas Tips…

By Joseph Fleming, Direction Psychology Social Worker Christmas can be the most stressful time of the year for many, accentuating money worries, feelings of loneliness and depression. But, you can get into the Christmas spirit with a little mental preparation and self-care. Christmas doesn’t have to be stressful, and it isn’t inevitable that the season

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Does your loved one have Cancer?

And you’re not sure how to support them? A Cancer diagnosis can be a very scary and isolating time, for both the individual diagnosed and their loved ones. Emotions can be high and energy levels low, so automatic responses like anger, frustration, sadness and confusion are all completely normal for anyone affected by Cancer. Cancer

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Feeling Exam Stress?

Want some tips to help you get through it? It’s that time of the year again, and no, we don’t mean Christmas… it’s Exam season! Exam pressure is real, and it can be an extremely stressful and overwhelming time for many. But, it doesn’t have to be. By preparing mentally, emotionally and physically, you can

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Mental Health Week 2020

October 10 is World Mental Health Day, and we’re celebrating Mental Health all week! To increase mental wellbeing within the community, we’re celebrating mental health October 10-17. Want to join us? What we’re doing: SATURDAY 10 OCT We launch our Podcast! We’ll be chatting everything mental health. You can listen to our podcast via Spotify

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How can I support my anxious child?

Free for parents of sensitive and anxious children; providing helpful insight and expertise Registered Psychologist Anastasia Mazzardis works with children, teens and young adults, and believes that targeting issues early is crucial for positive mental health development. Ana will be presenting to parents of sensitive and anxious children, providing information and strategies to help boost

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