A New Leaf Clinical Psychology

A New Leaf Clinical Psychology
A New Leaf Clinical Psychology
Hospitals & Medical Centers-NEWSTEAD, QLD
Hospitals & Medical Centers-Newstead, QLD
Figuring out what you need to do see a psychologist can be confusing. If at any time you want our help, just let us know. You do not need a referral to see us. We understand that some p..
30 Florence Street, Newstead, Qld, 4006.
30 Florence Street, Newstead, Qld, 4006.
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Figuring out what you need to do see a psychologist can be confusing. If at any time you want our help, just let us know. You do not need a referral to see us. We understand that some people want to have control over their records. It might also be worthwhile discussing your concerns with your doctor to see if you are eligible to be referred to us under a Mental Health Care Plan. A Mental Health Care Plan enables you to access the Medicare rebate.
Parenting can be the most rewarding and exasperating job in the world.  It can sometimes be struggle to figure out which battle to pick, whether its time to walk away or what you can do to encourage more great behaviour after a really tough, long day. We work with parents to refocus their parenting efforts so that they can become even better parents. We look at what parents already are doing well and then help them to consolidate or learn new skills to help them become even better parents.

At A New Leaf Clinical Psychology, you will learn how to:
Set expectations;
Trouble-shoot difficult situations;
Create a sustainable approach to encouraging and rewarding great behaviour; and
Appropriately respond to challenging and tantrum-like behaviours.
Develop a relapse prevention plan

All fears are normal.  But some fears are more intense and intrusive than others.  Fear becomes a problem when they start to interfere with your child’s life.

The following R.I.P.P.A. ideas will help you to start managing your child’s fears.

Reward Brave Behaviour: All children will do things that are scary for them.  Look for examples of bravery and reward them

Ignore Anxious Behaviours: Withdraw your attention when your child is acting anxiously.  But remember to praise them when their anxious behaviour has ceased.

Prompt Positive Coping: Encourage your child to think about how they can constructively manage their anxiety instead of telling them what to do to calm themselves down.

Prevent Avoidance: Support your child in taking small steps to help them successfully face and work through their fears.

Actively Model Brave Behaviours: If anxiety is a problem for you, model how you positively manage your anxieties.  You might need to get extra support for yourself so that you can help your child manage their anxiety.

If you would like further assistance with managing your child’s anxiety, please call A New Lead Clinical Psychology today.
Parenting can be the most rewarding and exasperating job in the world.  It can sometimes be struggle to figure out which battle to pick, whether its time to walk away or what you can do to encourage more great behaviour after a really tough, long day. We work with parents to refocus their parenting efforts so that they can become even better parents. We look at what parents already are doing well and then help them to consolidate or learn new skills to help them become even better parents.

At A New Leaf Clinical Psychology, you will learn how to:
Set expectations;
Trouble-shoot difficult situations;
Create a sustainable approach to encouraging and rewarding great behaviour; and
Appropriately respond to challenging and tantrum-like behaviours.
Develop a relapse prevention plan

All fears are normal.  But some fears are more intense and intrusive than others.  Fear becomes a problem when they start to interfere with your child’s life.

The following R.I.P.P.A. ideas will help you to start managing your child’s fears.

Reward Brave Behaviour: All children will do things that are scary for them.  Look for examples of bravery and reward them

Ignore Anxious Behaviours: Withdraw your attention when your child is acting anxiously.  But remember to praise them when their anxious behaviour has ceased.

Prompt Positive Coping: Encourage your child to think about how they can constructively manage their anxiety instead of telling them what to do to calm themselves down.

Prevent Avoidance: Support your child in taking small steps to help them successfully face and work through their fears.

Actively Model Brave Behaviours: If anxiety is a problem for you, model how you positively manage your anxieties.  You might need to get extra support for yourself so that you can help your child manage their anxiety.

If you would like further assistance with managing your child’s anxiety, please call A New Lead Clinical Psychology today.
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