Our next HSC course for Senior Students will be starting on Friday the 29th of July. Over 4 weeks students will learn supportive strategies around; Stress management, Learning and Retention Skills, Motivation, Time Management and Self -Care. Please contact reception on 4324 5400 for more information.
Listen to George Dieter on ‘The Donna Seebo Show’ from Washington, America where he was interviewed last week by Donna about his book ‘I-Power’. Donna hosts a show that is broadcast to 58 countries with a theme of personal empowerment. George and Donna discuss the empowerment that results from understanding and implementing personal boundaries. To listen to this interview choose interview #557, click the box…
Axiom Psychological Services will be closed from Monday the 21st December. We’ll reopen on Monday 4 January and look forward to re-connecting with you then. In the meantime, the holidays can be stressful for some, so please remember that help is available 24/7 from the following organisations. Lifeline – 13 11 14 Men’s Line Australia – 1300 78 99 78 Kids Help Line – 1800 55 1800…
Axiom was proud and pleased to support the Healthe Care Group’s inaugural Central Coast Mental Health Summit. The summit brought together local business people and mental health professionals to examine the mental health needs on the Central Coast. The summit consisted of two days. Day 1 was a golf day and a dinner dance. The dinner dance was hosted by Gosford Mayor Lawrie McKinna. Speakers…
Sandy Gilbert will be holding a Free Wellbeing Workshop to support Mental Health Awareness Month on Thursday the 22nd October from 10:30am – 12:00pm at the East Gosford clinic (cnr of Brougham St and Central Coast Hwy, East Gosford). This workshop will look at ways to increase wellbeing in day to day life and explore strategies to cope with the effects of depression and anxiety….
George’s new book, ‘I- Power The Freedom to Be Me’ is out! We all too often look for happiness and contentment via relationships, success and recognition – all things that lie outside ourselves. Underpinned by Boundary Theory, this book illustrates why this approach is actually at the heart of why we end up experiencing unhappiness and discontent. By learning to approach life with a boundary…
Axiom Psychological Services will be holding a Free Wellbeing Workshop from 1:00pm – 2:30pm on Thursday the 9th July at the East Gosford clinic. This workshop will look at ways to increase wellbeing in day to day life and explore strategies to cope with the effects of depression and anxiety. Registration is essential as places are limited for this workshop. Please call 4324 5400 to…
Schizophrenia is a condition characterised by disturbances in a person’s thoughts, perceptions, emotions and behaviour. It affects approximately one in every 100 people worldwide and commonly begins in adolescence or early adulthood. Schizophrenia is probably not a single disease, rather a cluster of diseases, which have overlapping signs and symptoms. It is therefore important to acknowledge the unique experience of each person living with schizophrenia….
Following the execution of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukuman by the Indonesian Government psychologists warn that many people may be significantly emotionally effected. Principal psychologists of Axiom Psychological Services Ian Kilpatrick and George Dieter say that very few people will be left untouched by the executions. There is likely to be a wide range of emotions from sadness, and grief to irritation and open anger….
The human cost of war is staggering and World War I was by far Australia’s most costly war. From a population of less than five million, more than 320,000 Australians served overseas during the conflict. Around 155,000 were wounded; 60,000 died. Many who returned from this and later wars had terrible physical injuries but many more had unseen and unrecognised psychological wounds. These wounds are…