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Our psychology wellbeing blog provides evidence-based findings, practical tips on maintaining a positive mental health and wellbeing, recommended books, interesting articles and loads more!

Our psychologist trained in treatment for eating disorders in our Melbourne practice explore body dissatisfaction and pre-occupation about weight, shape and appearances. Our psychologists are trained in well-researched eating disorder treatment and work with individuals on their journey to develop a healthy relationship with food...

Positive Wellbeing Psychology here individuals achieve their NDIS goals. Our registered NDIS Psychologist understanding a range of mental health and wellbeing barriers that impact daily living and life skills. Under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), participants may be able to access Capacity Building, Daily...

A mood swing is a sudden or intense change in emotional state. During a mood swing, a person may quickly switch from feeling happy and upbeat to feeling sad, irritable, or angry. Such mood swings can play a positive part in promoting problem solving and...

Positive Wellbeing Psychology want to help you set up your telehealth at home set-up. To get it right, there are a number of factors that need to be considered. Below are a few that we wanted to share with you today! The right device –...

Communication is found to rapidly transform conflict and misunderstanding into trust and intimacy, thereby improving ones' mood, self-esteem, and overall interpersonal functioning. You may be able to suddenly change the direction of your life and career by understanding effective communication strategies with a Melbourne-based psychologist...

What is depression? Everyone feels sad, moody, or flat or low from time to time. Depression experienced on a prolonged period lasting several weeks, months, and/or years needs to be treated. Depression is a serious mental health issue when the feelings of sadness, being flat or...

Did you know research has found therapy via phone or video connection (defined as 'Telehealth') is similar to in-person sessions with a Psychologist. Positive Wellbeing Psychology have put together some of these research finding for you in our blog below: IS TELEHEALTH AS EFFECTIVE AS...

Telehealth with a registered psychologist at Positive Wellbeing Psychology, minimizing the risk of being exposed to the virus in line with the Australian Government and Department of Health and the Australian Psychological Society (APS)....

The COVID-19, also known as the Coronavirus pandemic, has an impact on our mental health and wellbeing. Really, it is a normal human response is to feel anxious in environments that have risk. The function behind anxiety and panic is the fight-flight response whereby our...

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