Latest News ... Congratulations to our Director and Founder, Vivian Jarrett, on being a Finalist in the 2017 Telstra Business Women's Awards Qld - Entrepreneur category. Vivian has long been passionate about making mental health more accessible. The model she has developed here at Vision Psychology, and also our … More...
The most widely used legal drug in Australia is alcohol. Associated with alcohol consumption are severe health risks such as heart disease, high blood pressure, liver and brain damage and an increased risk of cancer. If you want to quit alcohol, improving your diet could help. Our mental health dietitian and nutritionist Ashleigh Hamilton is happy […]
When stressed our hearts beat faster; our bodies produce adrenaline; we breathe more rapidly and we become more alert. It is important to recognise and anticipate the potential of stress occurring; identify the source; and build your capacity to withstand this stress; while at the same time trying to reduce or eliminate the source of […]
Perfectionism is a highly valued trait among many people. People perceive ‘perfectionists’ as hard working individuals that strive for excellence. However, striving for extremely high standards can get in the way of our happiness and actually impair our ability to reach our goals. High levels of perfectionism can impact on our well-being, and on occasion lead […]
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For most people, the first few panic attacks were stressful because you didn’t know what was happening. Now, you can identify the racing heartbeat, sweating palms, trembling and feeling of being out of breath. The new question becomes “how do I cope with the fear of having another panic attack?” Often, this fear can contribute to increased […]
For people suffering chronic pain, day to day activities are a struggle, sleep is disturbed, work and social life is impaired, and relationships are negatively affected. Pain is very real – it is not all in your mind – so please don’t think that seeing a psychologist implies that. Psychologist Nicole Wimmer explains how seeing […]