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Psychology is the scientific study of how people behave, think and feel. Psychologists study everything about the human experience from the basic workings of the human brain to consciousness, memory, reasoning and language to personality and mental health.
Developmental Paediatrics is a specialised area of paediatric medical practice. Developmental Paediatricians are specialists in all aspects of normal and disordered development of infants, children, adolescents and young adults up to age 18 years.
Occupational Therapy promotes health and wellbeing by helping people to engage in daily activities and their profession. Occupational Therapists can assist individuals suffering from mental, physical, developmental, social or emotional disabilities.
Speech Pathology is the diagnosis, management and treatment of individuals who are unable to communicate effectively or who have difficulty with feeding and swallowing. Speech Pathologists are trained to assess and treat people with communication disabilities.
Physiotherapy is designed to assess, diagnose, treat, and work to prevent disease and disability through physical means. Physiotherapists are experts in movement and function who assist their patients to overcome movement disorders.
Dietetics contributes to the promotion of health and the prevention and treatment of illness by optimising the nutrition of communities and individuals. Dieticians are experts in food and nutrition who give dietary advice and help promote healthy eating habits.
The Better Life Centre is excited to host the Mindfulness Teacher Training Certificate Course, based on the latest research and techniques on teaching mindfulness, on July 16 and 17, 2016. The course will be held by Rita Riccola, a registered NZ teacher and Meditation...read more
Project Safe Space is an initiative of the Journalism program in the Griffith University School of Humanities. The project brings together domestic violence survivors, community advocates, support workers, and Griffith journalism staff and students in a focused...read more
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