Welcome!Welcome to the official website of Gina Huisy and Christopher Howland Psychology. Here, you will find a wealth of information in regards to psychology. Copyright 2012.
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At Huisy Howland Psychology, we recognise that we live in complex and sometimes stressful times due to the impact of COVID-19 (Corona Virus). Now more than ever, it is important to take care of both our mental and physical health. … Continue reading
When we think Mother’s day we tend to think breakfast in bed, flowers and chocolates. Sure, this is a time for mothers, who tend to be the glue which holds the family together, to get some recognition. However, what about … Continue reading
So you’ve been dating your Valentine for a while… He’s yours, she’s yours. But you feel like your Valentine does not love you as much as you love them. You feel like they don’t even try to make you feel … Continue reading
Returning to work? Dreading the drama? Feels like ground hog day? Job dissatisfaction can have a spill-over effect on home life. We spend most of our time each week at work so it makes sense that if you are unhappy … Continue reading
“I’m depressed because I couldn’t get any Krispy Kreme donuts”. Yeah, ok, some things can make us sad, but they don’t qualify as ‘depression’. On the other hand, we can become depressed without even realising this is what has happened. … Continue reading
Get moving at least 30 minutes a day and you may live longer. Thanks for the video Dr Mike Evans.
Tomorrow is World Mental Health Day. Help us work towards a community that understands depression and anxiety, empowers people to seek help, and supports recovery, management and resilience.
Most of us have met our fair share of school yard bullies, office bullies and generally unpleasant people. More insidious are the ones that you don’t see coming; the ones that play one person off another, say one thing to … Continue reading