Knowing how to change Psychologists can be a delicate topic to handle. I was recently interviewed for an article published by Mamamia covering what to do if you think your psychologist may not be the right one for you (and how to know).
Managing angry people at work is something every manager dreads. However, most managers will need to address this at some point. I recently contributed to a post on Managing Angry People at Work that was published by Australian Online Courses.
I was recently asked to speak about drug addiction by Gemma McCrae for her new Podcast called Prosperity Kitchen.
We discuss why people initially take drugs, the signs to look out for that may mean you have an addiction, how to help yourself, how to help a friend or loved one who has a drug problem and how to educate your kids not to take drugs.
Understanding how to spot depression in teens is difficult for many parents and teachers. An article I wrote on Teen Depression was recently published by Mouths of Mums.
eTherapy is becoming more popular. Many people are now seeking the help of a psychologist via virtual sessions. I was recently interviewed by the Daily Telegraph for an article on eTherapy.
Deciding how to choose the right therapist can be difficult. Especially if someone is deciding to try therapy for the first time it can be confusing. An article I wrote that was recently published on the Therapy Tribe website attempts to break the process down into something that makes sense.
Keeping the flame alive is important for couples. If you would like to hear about how real couples make this a reality you would have been interested in watching a special feature video I participated in for Chanel NewsAsia on Valentines Day 2017.
Preparing the Family for a Move may conjure images of stacks of boxes. Though logistical tasks are important they don’t address all the expat’s needs. I recently wrote a guest post on Preparing the Family for a Move which appeared on the International Therapist Directory website that explores this topic in much more detail.
If you are on the hunt for ways to better manage stress and anxiety you may be interested in an article I recently wrote for International Panic Day that appeared on the Psychology Matters Asia website.