Month: February 2020

Child Psychologist

It is normal for children to experience some level of anxiety in their everyday life. However, the modern world has seemingly amped this severely out of proportion. Fearful and anxious behaviours are common in children when faced with new situations and experiences. Unfortunately, this appears to be more prevalent than ever before. Your children may, …

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Relationship counselling

All relationships have their natural ups and downs, and sometimes it is a challenge to feel positive feelings about your partner. Especially if a large change has come about such as children, moving to a new house, losing a job, or a death in the family. While counselling does not hold all the answers it …

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How Voxen a Psychologist Can Help Children with Psychological Disability

While the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Exists to help sufferers of psychological disability in many forms, one of the main goals of counselling is to provide emotional support and guidance to help an individual with disability. What does the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) support? The scheme is designed to help people, children, and families who …

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