Posts tagged Anxiety prevention
The Importance of Taking a Mental Health Day

A mental health day is a day off that is specifically intended to relieve stress and prevent burnout. Mental health days are beneficial to everyone, regardless of whether or not they have a mental illness. We all hit our max and can become overwhelmed with stress. By taking the day off to relax and hit pause we allow ourselves to replenish our depleted energy and reserves.

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10 Strategies to Overcome Test Anxiety

In order to perform well in challenging situations people need to be psychologically and physically alert. While feeling ‘psyched up’ prior to an exam can enhance performance too much psychological arousal can lead to feeling ‘psyched out’. Although most people feel nervous before a test, some students experience a debilitating amount of anxiety that involves feelings of dread, racing thoughts and an inability to concentrate. This is commonly referred to as test anxiety.

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Good Mornings Mean Good Days: The Importance of Morning Routines

A healthy morning routine varies from person to person depending on their needs and the demands of their day. We asked two of our therapists at the Sydney Anxiety Clinic some questions about how they begin their day.  Anna Kellerman, our resident Art Therapist, and Linda Hayes, Clinical Psychologist and Parent-Infant Therapist, shared their morning routines

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