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Living with worry and anxiety amidst global uncertainty

Our world is changing rapidly at the moment. Given some of the news coverage, it would be hard not to worry about what it all means for yourself, and for those you love.

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Medicare - APS Guide

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Positive psychology

Traditionally in psychology, the focus has been on identifying and treating mental health problems such as depression. This is critically important for those facing mental illness however, it provides an incomplete picture of mental health.

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How to Cope with the Stress of Single Parenting

Stress strikes everyone, however single parents can be especially susceptible. Oftentimes, single parents feel like there's too much to do, too little time to do it.

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Dealing with workplace bullying - a workers's guide

Safe Work Australia is an Australian Government statutory agency established in 2009. Safe Work Australia consists of representatives of the Commonwealth.

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Helping someone who has a mental illness for family and friends

Someone with a mood disorder is like anyone with any other illness – they need care and support. Family and friends can provide better care if they are informed about the illness.

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Mental health promotion and mental health care in refugees and migrants

The Migration and Health programme, the first fully fledged programme on migration and health at the WHO Regional Office for Europe.

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Signs & symptoms of anxiety

Feeling anxious in certain situations can help us avoid danger, triggering our ‘fight or flight’ response. Sometimes though, we can become overly worried about perceived threats – bad things that may or may not happen.

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7 signs of a toxic relationship

Feel like you could be in a toxic relationship with a friend or significant other? A toxic relationship can start out perfectly healthy, but over time, unhealthy habits may start to surface, changing the dynamic of the relationship.

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Stress Management for parents

Stress is something that is a part of all of our lives. It is impossible to totally avoid stress. In fact, mild to moderate amounts of stress can be good for you. Too much stress, however, can result in various problems.

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Symptoms of depression

Depression is a common experience, with one in seven Australians experiencing depression in their lifetime. We all face periods of feeling low and a bit depressed.

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Reducing stress in the workplace

Job stress is a large and growing concern in Australia and internationally. This report presents a current snapshot on job stress concepts and measures, an overview of the evidence linking job stress to ill health, estimates of the size of the problem.

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NDIS Price Guide 2020-21

This Price Guide sets out the price limits and associated pricing arrangements that the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) has determined will apply to National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) supports from 1 July 2020.

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Pdf
Living with worry and anxiety amidst global uncertainty

Our world is changing rapidly at the moment. Given some of the news coverage, it would be hard not to worry about what it all means for yourself, and for those you love.

DOWNLOAD FILE
Pdf
Medicare - APS Guide

DOWNLOAD FILE
Pdf
Positive psychology

Traditionally in psychology, the focus has been on identifying and treating mental health problems such as depression. This is critically important for those facing mental illness however, it provides an incomplete picture of mental health.

DOWNLOAD FILE
Pdf
How to Cope with the Stress of Single Parenting

Stress strikes everyone, however single parents can be especially susceptible. Oftentimes, single parents feel like there's too much to do, too little time to do it.

DOWNLOAD FILE
Pdf
Dealing with workplace bullying - a workers's guide

Safe Work Australia is an Australian Government statutory agency established in 2009. Safe Work Australia consists of representatives of the Commonwealth.

DOWNLOAD FILE
Pdf
Helping someone who has a mental illness for family and friends

Someone with a mood disorder is like anyone with any other illness – they need care and support. Family and friends can provide better care if they are informed about the illness.

DOWNLOAD FILE
Pdf
Mental health promotion and mental health care in refugees and migrants

The Migration and Health programme, the first fully fledged programme on migration and health at the WHO Regional Office for Europe.

DOWNLOAD FILE
Pdf
Signs & symptoms of anxiety

Feeling anxious in certain situations can help us avoid danger, triggering our ‘fight or flight’ response. Sometimes though, we can become overly worried about perceived threats – bad things that may or may not happen.

DOWNLOAD FILE
Pdf
7 signs of a toxic relationship

Feel like you could be in a toxic relationship with a friend or significant other? A toxic relationship can start out perfectly healthy, but over time, unhealthy habits may start to surface, changing the dynamic of the relationship.

DOWNLOAD FILE
Pdf
Stress Management for parents

Stress is something that is a part of all of our lives. It is impossible to totally avoid stress. In fact, mild to moderate amounts of stress can be good for you. Too much stress, however, can result in various problems.

DOWNLOAD FILE
Pdf
Symptoms of depression

Depression is a common experience, with one in seven Australians experiencing depression in their lifetime. We all face periods of feeling low and a bit depressed.

DOWNLOAD FILE
Pdf
Reducing stress in the workplace

Job stress is a large and growing concern in Australia and internationally. This report presents a current snapshot on job stress concepts and measures, an overview of the evidence linking job stress to ill health, estimates of the size of the problem.

DOWNLOAD FILE
Pdf
NDIS Price Guide 2020-21

This Price Guide sets out the price limits and associated pricing arrangements that the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) has determined will apply to National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) supports from 1 July 2020.

DOWNLOAD FILE

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Review date: 12.03.21

Cyber Clinic allows access to an online, experienced Psychologist in Australia, when you want, where you want. Geography, commutes and wait times, are no longer a barrier for people to receive the professional support and therapeutic intervention that they deserve.

Ross Leembruggen PSYCHOLOGIST

Review date: 20.04.21

Cyber clinic is a fantastic platform for reaching clients in need and giving me the flexibility to practice effective psychology remotely. The staff have been extremely helping around using the platform effectively. The performance metrics have been very helpful in giving me a visual insight to the client needs. I highly recommend using Cyber Clinic for Psychologists wishing to expand their telehealth skills and reaching more people in need.

Sarah Van Der Pluym PSYCHOLOGIST

Review date: 14.02.20

Telehealth is a convenient way for many clients to receive health services. I have found Cyber Clinic to be an excellent platform for me to deliver mental health services. It reliably allows my clients and me to focus on our therapy together, without any distraction or disruption from the technology. Cyber Clinic simply does what it is supposed to do and does it well.

Tony Florio Clinical Psychologist

Review date: 26.06.20

The staff have been extremely helpful and made the whole uploading process exceptionally smooth. The client nature of arranging appointments means that you save time not having to arrange session (eg Zoom) and a secure link means that counselling not been compromised. The email notification for pending client has ensured that I have not missed any potential clients and the email reminder of appointments on the day is immensely helpful.

Homer Zeitz PSYCHOLOGIST

Review date: 02.05.20

Cyber Clinic provides me a great working environment where I get to connect with a dedicated, compassionate and supportive team who work collaboratively to help to connect or reconnect with clients. The clinicians can determine their own work hours, this flexibility of work schedule brings balance between my work and other commitments.

Pree Arora PSYCHOLOGIST