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COUNSELLING PSYCHOLOGY

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Can self-talk ever be beneficial?
You might have heard people say that people who talk to themselves are crazy, or at least identifies someone as

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How to overcome self-destructive thoughts
If you find yourself in a constant state of worry and anxiety about the unpleasant things that might happen before

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What is your emotional safety net?
Emotions play an important role in our lives. It can affect how we react to certain situations and influence the

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How do people deal with empty nest syndrome?
Being a first-time parent can be one of the most rewarding and fulfilling experiences of your life, but that doesn’t

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Has jealousy ever overwhelmed you?
Valentine’s Day is most often associated with courtship and love. It is a day of hope, budding romance, and appreciations

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Rage vs Anger
Anger is an emotional state of aggression and hostility towards someone or something. Most people tend to think that also

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Make anger work for you
Anger is one of the most aggressive emotional states we can experience. When you get angry, you are experiencing aggression

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Understanding emotional meltdowns
Emotions are the core of what it means to be human. Emotions give meaning to all the events, people, and

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How to find your festive happiness
Many people dread the idea of shopping for Christmas gifts, decorating their house for the holidays, and having dinner gatherings

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SPECIAL EDUCATION

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How do I know if my child has a learning disorder?
Children with learning disorders will have on-going difficulties in processing and retaining information. This will negatively affect reading, writing, spelling,

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Attain your Master of Education (Special Education) from ECU, a top-ranked university
Edith Cowan University (ECU)  is the second-largest university, most popular, and longest established school of education in Western Australia (WA).

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3 Misconceptions about dyslexia
Albert Einstein, Tom Cruise and Leonardo Da Vinci are well-known in their respective field of work. One thing they share

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Will my child benefit from Play Therapy?
Play Therapy is an intervention strategy to help children safely communicate and express their feelings and thoughts naturally in order

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How do I get my child to listen to me?
Getting a child to listen is not always the easiest thing to do in the world, but learning how to

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Attain your Master of Education (Special Education)!
You have been working for years now as an educator for special needs children. You’ve helped them and guided them

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What to do if your Special Needs child gets into trouble at school
Every parent dreads having to receive a call from school about their child misbehaving. Whether it is getting into fights,

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Are you ready to master your future in Special Education?
You have been working for years now as an educator for special needs children. You’ve helped them and guided them

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Is your child throwing a tantrum or having a meltdown?
Have you ever experienced or know someone with a child screaming in public while covering their ears or eyes? For

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PLAY THERAPY

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Will my child benefit from Play Therapy?
Play Therapy is an intervention strategy to help children safely communicate and express their feelings and thoughts naturally in order

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How does Play Therapy help with childhood trauma?
If you have ever tried to help loved ones experiencing prolonged, acute stress or someone trying to deal with a

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Will Play Therapy help my child?
Play Therapy is a form of psychotherapy and counselling that uses play in a non-directed method to allow the Child

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How effective is Play Therapy?
Play Therapy is an intervention strategy to help children safely communicate and express their feelings and thoughts naturally in order

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Let your child experience the power of Play Therapy!
Come and experience Play Therapy with CAE! If you feel your child is having some trouble coping with loss, trauma

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Does it mean anything for a child to play with sand?
We don’t often attribute meaning to how children play or even what they decide to play with. They seem to

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Play Therapy is more than fun and games
Some people may think that Play Therapy is just children playing with toys and having fun, but it’s important to

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What is Nondirective Play in therapy?
Especially at a young age, children are not always able to properly vocalise the complexity of their feelings or the

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Is Play Therapy appropriate for a very young child?
A common concern among parents and care takers of young children is that their child may need help in some

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