After modern NSW was established in 1788, the health modalities of the British settlers were quickly organised into two rival camps. On the one hand there was the formal health system, on the other there was an informal system practiced by anyone who chose to call themselves a healer. This work sets out to trace the course of the rivalries.
Overprescribing Madness investigates the drivers of Australia’s high and increasing rates of the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness – including depression, anxiety, psychosis and ADHD. Understand the social, economic, political, and ideological drivers of the rapid increase in the rates....
Strategies for when things don’t go as expected in business. Going Broke Staying Sane is the succinct guide for those facing the loss of their business and offers support to journey forward through this adversity and emerge intact using seven principles to adopt as you start over.
To be used alongside the clinical manual, Challenging OCD in Young People with ASD, this workbook gives young people with ASD the tools they need to treat and recover from their OCD.
To be used alongside the complementary workbook, Challenge Your OCD! this adaptable CBT programme gives young people with ASD the tools they need to manage and recover from their OCD.
Sort Your Shit Out is an irreverent self-help exploration into where your shit comes from and how you can take back control. It’s a no bullshit self-help book in the style of Mark Manson’s successful book The Subtle Art of Not Giving A Fuck with an Australian self-deprecating twang.
What is it that makes some therapists so much more effective than others, even when they are delivering the same evidence-based treatment? This instructive book identifies specific interpersonal skills and attitudes - often overlooked in clinical