Monthly Archives: March 2014

31 03, 2014

“Tell Me About Your Childhood”

March 31st, 2014|General|0 Comments

Why psychologists want to know and the implications for healthy child development

As the amazing human brain develops, it moves from a pretty primitive state of jumbled up nerve networks, through to a very complex series of coordinated networks over the years. The first networks that come on board start to link our senses

15 03, 2014

Kids These Days – What’s Going On Out There?

March 15th, 2014|General|0 Comments

Every day, the phone rings at our psychology practice with a range of calls about children with problems. Parents, carers, doctors, psychiatrists, paediatricians, teachers and welfare workers all call about children that need help. We get calls about tots, teens and “tweens”.

Looking at the types of calls coming through can tell us a bit

7 03, 2014

The Chook Brain and the Cortex

March 7th, 2014|General|0 Comments

The human brain never ceases to amaze me. It is truly an amazing piece of equipment made up of miniscule and precise parts that coordinate and move our body in ways we think about and ways we don’t even have to think about. You would think that having had a brain for as long