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Bullying behaviour is a complex issue and research in the area does not identify the supremacy of any one cause of bullying. Below is a summary overview of key factors that are considered to contribute in various ways, to the likelihood of bullying behaviours. The information below is not a ... Read More

Working with clients who are struggling with alcohol and other drug problems can be challenging. This can be further challenging when the client's cultural and linguistic background is different from our own. This video workshop provides an introduction to alcohol and other drug counselling. The workshop will also be relevant to ... Read More

Becoming a couple is one of the most complex relationships in adulthood. It is also well known that being a couple can contribute to personal growth and self awareness (Long & Young, 2007). Romantic couples are a unique type of relationship that is different from friendships and family bonds because ... Read More

In a general sense, a crisis is a something that will usually create a period of transition in the life of an individual, family or group, that can offer a turning point in their lives, which may be seen as a challenge or a threat, a "make or break" new ... Read More

Addiction is a plague that affects individuals and society in an adverse manner. It is a very costly illness that has worldwide prevalence. A study conducted in Australia found that $437m was lost in 2001 due to alcohol related absenteeism (Pidd, Berry & Roche, 2006). In the UK, a study ... Read More

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