Townsville’s population is set to boom in 2021, estimated by the Australian Bureau of Statistics to become the first city in Northern Australia to reach 200,000 residents.
Despite a thriving population, locals will attest the Townsville community can feel as close-knit as a small country town. A morning walk on the Strand, enjoying a meal on Palmer Street or cheering on the kids’ footy team can often lead families, friends and colleagues to cross paths unexpectedly.
It can be difficult to know exactly what to do when you’re friend is going through hard times. Friends and family can often feel helpless. But having some knowledge and knowing a few resources can really help you and your friend feel supported. OnBundock offers a few tips on what to do when your friend or family member becomes depressed.
As we know in the workplace, we need to look after our own wellbeing as a top priority before we can look after others. However, it’s not always easy to keep up with self-care when we feel overloaded. OnBundock offers the following tips to keep you on track:
As parents, we always have our child’s best interest at heart and with the added knowledge from the psychologists at OnBundock you’re sure to encourage a healthy future for your child.
Neuropsychological tests enable psychologists to assess a child to find their academic strengths and weaknesses, as well as any neuropsychological issues that could be affecting their school performance.
Currently one in five Australians experience mental ill health every year.
The Australian Psychological Society (APS) says psychological research has revealed a range of approaches that can help people stay mentally healthy to make the most of life.