Is it aichmophobia or ombrophobia?

Is it aichmophobia or ombrophobia?

08 8271 4401Home PHOBIAS Is it aichmophobia or ombrophobia? Dr Emma Johnston, Clinical Psychologist, Cumberland Park SA 22 May 2019 Is it aichmophobia or ombrophobia: Know your phobias!   Here at ThinkWise, we love treating phobias. However, what we also love are...
Disconnection

Disconnection

08 8271 4401Home VALUES Connection not disconnection Dr Emma Johnston, Clinical Psychologist, Cumberland Park SA 16 April 2019 Connection not disconnection: Assessing our values   This world in which we live can be a rewarding but also demanding and crazy place....
Book Review: Factfulness

Book Review: Factfulness

08 8271 4401Home BOOK REVIEW Factfulness by Dr Hans Rosling Dr Emma Johnston, Clinical Psychologist, Cumberland Park SA 19 February 2019 Factfulness. Dr Hans Rosling   Have you ever found yourself feeling despondent about the state of the world? Worried about the...
Responding to self-harm

Responding to self-harm

08 8271 4401Home TEENAGE SELF-HARM How to respond to self-harm Angelique Foran, Clinical Psychologist, Cumberland Park SA 13 February 2019 How to respond to self-harm   Discovering that your child has been self-harming is a confronting and distressing time. What...
Body Image Problems: Reality or Rhetoric?

Body Image Problems: Reality or Rhetoric?

08 8271 4401Home BODY IMAGE Body Image Problems: Reality or Rhetoric? Dr Emma Johnston, Clinical Psychologist, Cumberland Park SA 30 September 2018 Body Image Problems: Reality or Rhetoric   Is having a poor body image such a big deal? Yes, it is. Poor body image...
The power of a wagging tail

The power of a wagging tail

08 8271 4401Home Therapy dog The power of a wagging tail Dr Donna Hosford, Clinical Psychologist, Cumberland Park SA 6 September 2018 The power of a wagging tail I walk into the waiting room to greet my client. She is an 8 year old girl, described as highly...