Issues I Help With
Anger is an entirely normal and healthy emotion that everyone experiences at times. Some people have no difficulties managing their anger while for others, doing so is a struggle.
Raising children is the most difficult job in the world as well as the most important to do right. Children do not come with an instruction booklet.
Depression is a condition that affects many Australians throughout their life spans, in varying severities. Depression can seriously affect the quality of people’s lives.
Some people can engage in substance use, have only a glass of wine with dinner or take pain relief medication only when they are in pain.
The result can be a dysfunctional relationship with food whereby the person feels compelled to restricting their intake, binge or purge.
Grief is a normal and natural emotion to experience following a significant loss. Significant losses can include the death of a loved one, a serious illness or the loss of a job, relationship, residence or valued possession.
Postnatal Depression (PND) is common. It affects one in seven new Australian mothers. PND occurs following the birth of a baby.
Every relationship in life can have its unique challenges. And all relationships can have their ups and downs – including those of spouses or partners and parents and children.
Everyone experiences stress at one time or another. It is when stress becomes so overwhelming that it significantly impacts one’s life that it’s time to get help.
Parental support is crucial in helping children through difficult times. However sometimes being there and supporting your children is simply not enough.
Trauma or Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a psychological and often physical impairment typically following a person experiencing one or a series of traumatic events.
Self-harm is the intentional and deliberate hurting of oneself that is most commonly done by cutting or picking at skin as well as by burning, hitting or otherwise physically causing bodily harm.
Fear is an essential emotion to have. It is important to have that physiological state or gut feeling that tells us that something is not quite right or that warns us of a potential danger.
Panic attacks are sudden periods of intense anxiety or fear that often include freezing, experiencing a dry mouth a shortness of breath, trembling and/or sweating. It can be really frightening to experience a panic attack.