Anxiety

Managing Maladaptive Thinking Post a Natural Disaster

Research generally finds about two-thirds of individuals affected by natural disasters, health crises and terrorist attacks show resilience, they maintain a stable level of mental health in the face of a serious stressor. However, we are now beginning to understand the effects of being exposed to multiple disasters, experiencing multiple disasters influences our feelings of …

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What is Imposter Syndrome and how can you combat it?

Dr Natalie Flatt Ph.D Co-Founder Connect Psych Services “I’m not good enough for this role”, “Why would people pay for my advice?”, “Luck was on my side with that presentation/project today”, “They are going to figure out I don’t know enough” …   Does this sound familiar? Most of us have experienced feelings of doubt …

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The Psychological Experience of Adapting to Change

The Psychological Experience of Adapting to Change Dr Natalie Flatt Ph.D Co-Founder of Connect Psych Services Change, in general, can be challenging; especially in times when it comes suddenly and unexpectedly. Yes, we have experienced so many spectrums of emotions during this pandemic however, let’s not forget the usual lifespan events we all go through …

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Ahhhh Sleep….zzzzzzz

Ahhhh Sleep…. If you are currently experiencing sleepless nights, you are not alone. In the wake of the Coronavirus lockdowns over Australia we find ourselves in an unprecedented situation, so it is understandable that many individuals will be feeling more worried or anxious than usual. Increased distress can significantly impact sleep; in turn affecting personal …

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