NDIS and Medicare therapy

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My learning Experience In The First 2 Weeks With H-L Therapy

Learning Reflections: My learning Experience In The First 2 Weeks With H-L Therapy

Work Placement With H-L Therapy As I started my work placement with H-L Therapy, it came as a great learning experience. Amongst the professional Therapists and clients of various backgrounds with one or the other form of psychosocial disability. Although this field is quite new in my career graph, I thoroughly enjoyed being part of

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Meditation Techniques

Meditation

In today’s time, many people have a busy life with work, families, or kids. There is almost no time to relax and be mindful. Some therapists I have worked with have highly recommended meditation to help with stressful day-to-day living. You might be asking what meditation is? Meditation is a term for a wide range

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myths about anxiety

5 Dangerous Myths About Anxiety That Might Stop People From Getting Help

Anxiety can turn life into a nightmare, and this can make worse by myths about anxiety. That stop or delay people from receiving crucial support. These myths or misconceptions about anxiety are not based on evidence. And the fact they remain so common reveals just how misunderstood anxiety is in our society. In our work

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how to deal with hallucinations

Student’s Reflections: Self Support Ideas For Addressing Unhelpful Hallucinations

Try some of these actions below and see what works best for you to deal with how to deal with hallucinations. There may be multiple actions you find useful in different situations. How To Deal With Hallucinations Arrange a pre-agreed code or signal that can be used by yourself or someone else to help you

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