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Bullying and Young People in Australia

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Canberra Psychologist

Family Marginalisation; Parent Alienation; Estrangement

Family marginalization is the chronic experience of being treated differently, feeling excluded, or being disapproved of by the rest of the family.

  • The communication of that status to the marginalized person is key in making them feel marginalized.
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Canberra Psychologist

Are you excluded, or disapproved of by the rest of the family?

Exclusion can occur – according to this article – because of

  • family religion/faith/belief differences;
  • not following prescribed gender roles;
  • having different values or beliefs than the rest of the family; or…
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Canberra Psychologist

The Genetics of Depression

The Genetics of Depression

Summary:
– It can be deeply debilitating
– 1 in 7 Australians experience at some time in their life
– Depression is at the top of the list of chronic diseases affecting people worldwide (& also the as test growing type of chronic disability in the world) 554 more words

Canberra Psychologist

Five Signs of PTSD (Disorder must be caused by an outside event - such as combat, trauma, or witnessing an event, plus cumulative trauma for case workers, reporters for e.g.)

Five Signs of PTSD (Disorder must be caused by an outside event – such as combat, trauma, or witnessing an event, plus cumulative trauma for case workers, reporters for e.g.) 150 more words

Canberra Psychologist

Three Toxic Thinking Habits that Feed Your Insecurity

Three Toxic Thinking Habits that Feed Your Insecurity

Summary:
– Another word for toxic thinking habits is cognitive distortion
– They are difficult to change because they often “feel right” 249 more words

Canberra Psychologist

Five ways to Rebuild Broken Trust

Five ways to Rebuild Broken Trust

Summary:
– Trust cannot be guaranteed
– Once lost, it takes lots of time and work to rebuild
– Trust goes beyond cheating (There are many ways we can betray trust – relapse regarding alcohol use; Letting us down; Lying; Leaving us when they were supposed to protect us) 292 more words

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