Our test can identify an individuals risk for genetic disposition, and vulnerabilities towards addictive, compulsive and impulsive behaviours. Find out what your genetics say about you!
Thoughts, Feelings, Behaviours & Spirit
I draw from a range of therapeutic approaches to suit client needs, using Cognitive and Psychodynamic therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Interpersonal Neurobiology, Positive Psychology, Mindfulness, Relapse Prevention and Counselling.
Anxiety Relief +++
NeurOptimal® neurofeedback is a brain training tool that supports the brain to stabilise itself and improve its overall functioning, which can reduce stress, anxiety and depression, improve sleep, concentration and attention aiding the process of change. Together, neurofeedback and psychotherapy can contribute to the process of building lasting change.
Anxiety is associated with a range of physical and psychological symptoms that can be highly debilitating. Physical changes can be recognised as dry mouth, difficulty swallowing and shortness of breath, muscular tension, restlessness, fatigue, headache, heart palpitations, gut problems, chest pains, shaking, lack of concentration and dizziness. Psychological symptoms resulting from anxiety can include insomnia, constant worry, feeling irritable or angry, and a general feeling of detachment or loss of control.
Avoiding Social Situations
Genetic Risk for Addictive Behaviours?
What Does Your Genetics Say About You?
The Genetic Addiction Risk Score (GARS®) test identifies an individual's genetic predisposition, and therefore, vulnerability toward addictive, compulsive and impulsive behaviours, and some personality disorders.
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From time to time we can all feel sad, miserable and fed up with where we are or who are. If you are suffering from depression breaking out of those debilitating patterns can often be hard, as we don't always see what we are doing, which is where working with a therapist comes in. Feelings of sadness can sometimes continue for weeks and even months and significantly interfere with your relationships, employment and health.
Lack of Motivation
Crying & Sadness
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Alcohol Abuse and Dependencies
Alcohol is a central nervous system depressant the short term effect of which can include a lowering of anxiety, increased confidence and an enhanced sense of wellbeing but also impaired memory, motor skills and cognition. Fully developed alcoholism is a progressive condition that continues to get worse and can affect people of any age, race, social status or income level and can cause enormous harm, both to the sufferer and to their loved ones.
Drinking alcohol is associated with a risk of developing health problems such as some cancers and cardiovascular diseases, nervous system disorders, liver and pancreas diseases as well as mental and behavioural disorders, including anxiety and depression.