Evidence-Based Resources For Your Patients & Clients



Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD or ADD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects executive function – the ability to control our cognitive skills, solve problems, manage behaviour, organise time, and maintain relationships.



Addictive behaviours cause the brain’s reward system to produce dopamine – the neurotransmitter responsible for creating a feeling of short-term pleasure. Unfortunately, people seek this out in things and substances that often hurt them.



Anxiety. We all know the feeling. That all too familiar sense of unease, discomfort and even panic. And while a little bit of anxiety can actually be a good thing, too much anxiety can really impact our quality of life, as well as both our physical and mental health.

Treatment For Depression


Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a complex neurodevelopmental condition. It’s often characterised by chronic developmental issues that influence a person’s learning, behaviour, and social relationships and can lead to cognitive, social, and emotional difficulties.



We all feel down sometimes. Unfortunately, temporary and relatively short periods of low mood are part of life. But when your low mood really starts to impact your daily functioning and interfere with your quality of life, it may be time to get some help.


Grief & Loss

Grief is a natural reaction to losing someone or something worthwhile in life.  Grief hits people differently, and sometimes a person may need grief therapy to deliberately work through their grief – especially when they develop complicated grief.


Sleep Issues

Sleep is critical for our health and survival as it helps improve our immune system and protects us from sickness. Sleep disorders are characterized by changes in sleeping habits that can impact one’s health, cognitive performance, emotions, safety, and general wellbeing.



Repeated exposure to stressful situations can really wear you down. When a person is exposed to enough stress, over a long enough period of time, they risk developing Chronic Stress. This can impact your nervous, immune, and cardiovascular systems.


Trauma & PTSD

We all experience negative events in our lives. But sometimes, negative events can be so taxing on us that we just aren’t able to cope with or process them. People react differently to negative events, with some people sadly suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.