Not surprisingly, Prahran Psychology has seen a massive increase in the number of clients over past few months due to … Continue reading Reflections from the COVID-19 mental health frontline
This time of year is always an interesting one in our profession. The holiday period brings up so much for … Continue reading The Psychology of the Holiday Season
At the start of 2009 we founded Prahran Psychology with no particular plan other than to apply what we had … Continue reading 10 years of Prahran Psychology
Intimacy can refer to lots of different things, and probably means something different for everyone. Within psychology, there are many … Continue reading Intimacy: I listen to you, you listen to me
Although people have different levels of shyness, outgoingness, introversion and extraversion, most of us like to have friends and spend … Continue reading Social connection and health
Sometimes it’s easy to feel like the world is a horrible place full of mean people. This isn’t true, but … Continue reading Making the best out of a bad situation
Prahran Psychology is united in its support of marriage equality. This Debate has gone on for far too long and … Continue reading Why Prahran Psychology Supports Same Sex Marriage
A good overview of forensic psychology from one of our undergrad students we are currently mentoring, Harindhi Wimaladharma. Forensic Psychology … Continue reading Forensic Psychology Services
This is a really nice from one Giorgia Sala, one of our student bloggers. Giorgia is Doctoral student at Deakin … Continue reading Eat. Sleep. Stress. Repeat.
Amongst many of the excellent social changes that are emerging to overcome mental health stigma is the national “R U … Continue reading How Do You Know If You’re Not “Ok”?