Capital Psychology Clinic is excited to announce we have updated our website!
After more than 6 years of commitment to the Canberra region, we are constantly looking for ways to improve and uphold a high level of support to the community. In line with these values we have incorporated a feedback survey on the website.
Keeping Your Cool This Christmas
Christmas time is a joyous occasion for many – a chance to take leave from work, spend time with family and friends, and generate enough leftovers to get you through to the new year. One of the best parts of Christmas is watching your child bursting with excitement and launching heart-first into the festivities.
Whether it be a move to a different school or just a different classroom, the end of the year is often a bitter-sweet period for school-aged children and their families. While the final weeks of Term 4 are filled with many celebrations, such as graduations, formals, year 6 fun days, summer and Christmas, the end-of-year also brings with it ‘goodbyes’, ‘thank you's’ and the uncertainty of the new year. Understanding the ways in which school transitions impact children can be the first step to supporting them through this tricky period.
Celebrating Women in Business - Congratulations Eryn & Jenna
Finalists in the Canberra Women in Business Awards, Jenna and Eryn were lucky enough to win Canberra Women's small business award 2020. What an achievement, celebrating women and working in our Canberra community. A small excerpt from their acceptance speech:
Psychology Week: Chronic Pain November 2020
This week is Psychology week and the theme of this year’s events is Chronic Pain and the way in which psychologists can help. Our psychologist Jade Goodman highlights that 1 in 3 Australians experience chronic pain, making it a common experience.
Dyslexia in Adulthood
Often research and information on Dyslexia is targeted at children as there is a strong focus on early intervention and the role that schools and families can play in supporting those living with the learning disorder. This can sometimes leave adults feeling left out of the conversation, unsure what information is relevant to them, or unsure where to turn for further support.