Monthly Archives: January 2013

Is Addiction a Choice??

I read with much interest Tom Matlack’s article ‘Addicts are Superhuman‘ and reflected on my own work with those who suffer from substance addictions. When I tell people I work with addicts, the reactions I get are surprisingly similar. They … Continue reading

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Mining FIFO workers and mental health

I read an article today on Fly-In, Fly-Out (FIFO) workers on The Conversation This article outlines the risk that FIFO workers have of committing suicide and also of the risk for mental health issues.  One of the motivating factors of … Continue reading

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Online therapy – The way of the future?

I started Insite Psychology in 2012 as a way of communicating with clients all over the world in a manner which is accessible for the vast majority of people who have some form of internet access. The premise is two-fold. … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Death By Trolley:
A few weeks ago, Daniel Fincke did a post on what it takes to  kick an addiction such as alcoholism. Factors considered include self-discipline, humility, support and substitutions (i.e., replacements to fill the life-space…

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