Thinking, Feeling, and Being Well
Good psychological health is central to an optimal life. It influences the extent to which we thrive in our relationships and families, our workplaces, and our capacity to achieve and live meaningful, purposeful and consequently "happy" lives.
At times, and for a variety of reasons, our psychological well-being can suffer and this can affect our mood, thinking, relationships, and life circumstances.
Clinical Psychologists are trained to assess, diagnose and treat everyday psychological concerns, as well as more severe difficulties.
As a clinical psychologist, some of the areas and concerns that I can assist with include:
Mood and Anxiety
- general excessive worries
- panic attacks
- social anxiety
- obsessions and compulsions
Trauma and Loss
Trauma and post-traumatic stress
Grief and loss
Adjustment to illness and health concerns
Relationship and Interpersonal Issues
Coping with life transition (including age-related difficulties)
Assertiveness and communication
Confidence and Self-esteem