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January 2, 2016

Have you ever found yourself struggling to be understood? Maybe feeling frustrated you never get your point across, or you nod and smile when you really disagree? Have you been described as aggressive or not a good listener? 

Good communication is key to delivering yo...

January 2, 2016

Building on our last blog about Communication styles, we came across this great article on the American Psychological Society website, written specifically for parents to help them communicate more effectively with their kids.
At Incorporate Psychology, we do a lot of...

January 2, 2016

How often do you watch what you eat, make sure you do that extra set of stairs or do an extra gym session to keep yourself feeling great? But do you ever take the time to think about your mental health in the same way? 

It’s a lot easier to gauge your physical well-be...

January 2, 2016

No one enters into a marriage expecting it to fail. Still, in Australia, the divorce rate is around 43% (*aipc 2013). Separation and divorce are emotionally difficult events, but it is possible to have a healthy breakup.

The APA (American Psychological Association) ha...

January 2, 2016

Coping with the loss of a close friend or family member may be one of the hardest challenges that many of us face. When we lose a spouse, sibling or parent our grief can be particularly intense. Loss is understood as a natural part of life, but we can still be overcome...

January 2, 2016

Whilst the Christmas season often brings fun and festivities it can also be a very stressful time. This is not surprising given that we often have to juggle an array of differing demands — parties, shopping, cooking, families, cleaning and entertaining, to name just a...

January 2, 2016

As 2015 was ushered in, many of us have seen it as a chance to take steps towards leading a happier and healthier life. It might be losing weight, cutting back on our alcohol intake, leaving the office earlier or spending more time with family. The majority of us want...

January 2, 2016

 

One of the most common issues we see through our work with individuals and organisations is dealing with the conflict and consequences that can arise with a 'difficult' boss or team member. Workplace productivity and well-being can be sorely affected by communication...

January 2, 2016

Throughout the course of your career you may have been asked to complete a test or questionnaire and wondered where these exercises come from, why they are used and whether they are used properly?

During the last two decades in my career as psychologist I have conduct...

January 2, 2016

Given it's the 'month of love', we thought it timely to share these great simple tips on how to foster a happy and loving relationship with your partner.

A lot of my work as a psychologist is working with people who are in dysfunctional relationships, or have a desire...

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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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