Psychoeducational Courses

Psychoeducational courses are structured educational programs designed to provide individuals with knowledge and skills related to mental health, psychological well-being, and personal development. These courses aim to educate participants about various aspects of psychology and mental health and often incorporate evidence-based principles and practices.

Strengthening Parent-Child Relationships

Discover how healthy and positive caregiver-child interactions are crucial to the physical, social, emotional and cognitive development of children. Learn irresistible strategies that improve your connection with your child.

Managing Behaviour

Designed for parents, caregivers and educators, this course provides a holistic and evidence-based approach to managing challenging behaviour, emphasizing proactive and attachment-based strategies.

Qualities of Secure Functioning Relationships

Secure functioning relationships are characterized by specific qualities and attributes that promote mutual well-being, trust, and emotional connection. These qualities are essential for healthy and harmonious relationships, whether in romantic partnerships, friendships, family relationships, or professional interactions.

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Re-Wire Your Brain for Positive Outcomes

Learn research-backed neuroscientific techniques to ignite your understanding and practice of changing behaviour so that you can feel in control of your own mental health.

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Nutritional Psychiatry

Nutritional psychiatry is an emerging field of research and practice that explores the connection between diet, nutrition, and mental health. It focuses on how the foods we eat can influence brain function, mood, and overall mental well-being. Here are key aspects of nutritional psychiatry

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Gut-Brain Axis and it's Role in Mental Health

One of the key elements of the gut-brain axis is the gut microbiome, which consists of trillions of microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses, and fungi, living in the digestive tract. The composition and diversity of the gut microbiome can positively and negatively affect mental health. Learn some of the best scientific discoveries that support mental wellness.