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The tragedy unfolding across Australia over the last six months has been profound and significantly covered in all forms of media.

Such coverage and events can often raise anxiety and distress for children who may feel overwhelmed and left with a feeling of helplessness...

Stress Management

We’ve all experienced stress in the workplace, whether it’s from deadlines, long hours, or managing work relationships. Stress can take a mental and physical toll, but when does this become too much? The stress hormone (cortisol) has a significant effe...

As I’m sure we would all agree, workplace conflict comes up in many workplaces.  You might be surprised however, to hear that it can be actually be beneficial…if approached correctly.

Conflict so often turns negative not because of differing opinions, but because of ho...

What is Emotional Intelligence?

Emotional intelligence (EI) is a fast-emerging concept within psychological research for its association with improved job performance and business outcomes. EI is the extent to which one is able to recognise, understand, evaluate and fac...

One of my real passions at Incorporate Psychology is working with organisations of all sizes and experience to help them identify and address dysfunction in teams.

Like family, you can’t choose your colleagues. Often times we are put together in a team because of our di...

Think back through your career – have you ever been asked to complete a test or questionnaire? Perhaps you encountered such exercises in a recruitment process, or maybe even in an existing role for development purposes? In the current climate, few people will manage to...

Why set goals if you think you can’t achieve them? Why make changes in your life if you are convinced they will fail? When Henry Ford said: “Whether you think you can or can’t, you are right,” he identified the pivotal role self-talk plays in our lives. 

When I am in a...

Screen time – How much is too much? How exactly do we know?

The constant use of technology and the internet has quickly become normalized in our society – young children are often glued to their tablets, watching cartoons or playing games; teenagers are fixated on their...

November 27, 2018

Have you ever experienced pressure and stress before an important event or performance? Most of us have, and it is more common than we think. What have you experienced? Does the thought of performing make your palms sweat? Does it make your heart palpitate? Do you feel...

World leading researchers Dr John Gottman and Dr Julie Gottman have two techniques for developing positive relationships that can be applied equally well at home and work. Using “The Magic Ratio” as a guide for communication and managing “The Four Horsemen of the Apoca...

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About the Authors

Matt Dale is a qualified, registered and practicing Psychologist. He has worked in private practice and human capital firms for over two decades. Matt also currently works with Queensland Treasury Corporation on its people programs and executive leadership development.

Rachel Tyson is a full member of the Australian Psychological Society. Rachel has been working as a Psychologist for over 20 years in a variety of public and private sector hospital, community and educational settings in Brisbane, Sydney, Cambridge and Canberra.

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