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Neurodiversity Celebration Week 2024

Neurodiversity Celebration Week is a global initiative that promotes and recognises the strengths and contributions of people who are neurodiverse and challenges stereotypes and misconceptions about neurological differences. It aims to encourage organisations, schools, and universities to highlight the many strengths and talents that come from thinking and perceiving the world differently, therefore creating a more inclusive and equitable culture that supports and empowers neurodivergent individuals to reach their full potential. 


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Burnout Prevention

How Capital Psychology Clinic helps to prevent and manage burnout amongst its psychologists.

In light of the cost-of-living crisis, pandemic and natural disasters, Australians have been seeking psychological support more than ever before. Research on a broad range of health professionals has shown that psychologists are particularly vulnerable to stress-related difficulties, with estimates suggesting between 40-85% of surveyed psychologists reporting compassion fatigue and burnout (Duxbury & Colleagues, 2009).

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How to Minimise Stress and Make the Holiday Break Enjoyable for Your Kids (and You)!

When it comes to holidays, we tend to believe that they are a joyful and relaxing time for children, while for parents, they are stressful and chaotic. However, for many children, disruptions to routine, more time in close quarters with siblings, and an absence of extra-curricular activities can create anxiety and discomfort. As a parent or guardian, you can help reduce holiday tension and encourage bonding between siblings leading to a more enjoyable and relaxing break with these five tips: 


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SMART Goal Setting

Here's why SMART goal-setting is more effective than New Year's Resolutions!

Renewing a gym membership, reducing screen time, or finally going on that long-awaited holiday... are just a few of the most common resolutions set by Australians seeking to revel in the hope and prosperity of the new year. While nearly 71% of Australian adults have set a New Year’s resolution when the clock strikes midnight, the reality is, more than half will have already abandoned their plans to better their lives before they have had a chance to see them through.

However, most New Year's resolutions fail not due to the person themselves, but because they are too ambitious, vague, or lack concrete steps for success. This is where the acronym-based goal-setting framework S.M.A.R.T comes in, standing for Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Time-bound.

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Tips to Remain Calm During the Chaos of Christmas!

Christmas time is fast approaching! This means spending more time with family and friends, eating delicious festive treats, and being away from work and school. For some people, Christmas is a joyous and fun-filled time spent with family and friends. However, for others, the pressure of familial expectations, gift-giving, and the loss of loved ones can cause depression, loneliness, and disappointment. To help you and your family navigate the chaos of Christmas, here are 3 tips to help you remain calm and thrive, not just survive this festive season. 

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