Irritable Bowel Syndome
IBS: There is hope for those suffering from this often debilitating condition.
Matt Evans, Clinical Psychologist, has worked for several years in a specialist gastroenterology outpatient clinic providing psychological support services for people with Irritable Bowel Syndrom (IBS). Below he writes about what he has learned along the way.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
Getting out of our heads: ACT and Defusion
By Clinical Psychologist Erika Fiorenza
There is a great scene in Finding Nemo where Nemo’s dad, Marlin, and his newly found friend, Dory, have been swallowed by a whale and are holding on for their lives.
Dory: “It’s time to let go! Everything is going to be alright”
Marlin: “How do you know? How you know something bad isn’t gonna to happen?”
Dory: “I don’t!”
Compassion and Motivational Interviewing
Having you heart in the right place
By Dr Stan Steindl
I recently presented at the International Symposium on Motivational Interviewing (ISMI) in Melbourne on the topic of Motivational Interviewing (MI) and Compassion.
Assisting professional sports people
Psychology Consultants has experience in providing a range of player welfare and development programs to professional sports teams and individuals, which encompass a wide variety of services assisting players in all aspects of their lives.Read more