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”?
There has been a lot of hype over the practice of mindfulness within the past few years. This has come … Continue reading Mindfulness Meditation Vs. “Just A Good Ole’ Walk in The Park”
Prahran Psychology would like to welcome our latest student blogger, Giorgia Sala. Please enjoy this fantastic article on male mental … Continue reading Male mental health and suicide in the media
Today’s article from one our new student contributors, Harindhi Wimaladharma. She is an undergraduate at Victoria University and we look … Continue reading Mindfulness Based Therapy
Another great article from one of our student bloggers In Australia, the biggest killer of men under the age of … Continue reading #ITSOKTOTALK