COVID 19 – Appointment Guidance

We are working in accordance with the Government’s current guidance, and are currently at Level 4. This means that all future face to face appointments are now on hold. Your psychologist will be in touch, if not already, to put a holding plan into place to support you during this time. Where appropriate we have

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Screen Time – Getting the Balance Right

Last week I was invited to speak on the TVNZ Breakfast show in response to a controversial statement made by a UK based sociologist Ellis Cashmore. Ellis Cahsmore’s upcoming book “Screen Society” challenges the common train of thought that screen exposure is damaging for our children. Instead, he warns parents against banning the internet at

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Tackling anxiety and depression by teaching optimism

Levels of anxiety and depression among children and adolescents are rising. Pressures from school, peers and social media can become quickly overwhelming. One of the best ways to support children and adolescents to be resilient to these pressures is by teaching them the coping strategies to deal with them. A common factor in both anxiety

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