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...
Narcissism is actually a trait that every individual has. One needs a healthy dose of it, to be able to feel confident in their ability to function in life. However, Narcissistic Personality Disorder is much more than just being confident. People who have Narcissistic Personality Disorder have a great desire to be admired. This might result […]
Affairs occur because there is a problem, real or perceived, within the relationship. Clinical Psychologist Dr. David Wells discusses what to do when you suspect your partner is cheating and what signs to look for, such as a higher than normal credit card bill or your partner working longer hours than normal.
Alcohol consumption can be problematic if it occurs frequently and in excessive quantities. This can adversely affect relationships, personal life and behaviour. There are various factors that characterise alcohol misuse and the prevalence of these depends on an individual’s experiences, background and medical history. If you, or someone you know, is unable to control their […]
Simply walking your dog and engaging in outdoor activities with your pets is a good way to naturally boost your energy, increase your fitness levels and help reduce heart disease, cholesterol and blood pressure. In fact, owning a pet may have a number of physical and mental health benefits, such as: dogs and cats prevent […]
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 […]
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 […]