Long-COVID – What We Know So Far

Most people who have caught COVID-19 have recovered relatively quickly. But a significant amount of people diagnosed with COVID-19 have reported having symptoms for more than four weeks. What are the symptoms? Most common symptoms are: shortness of breath ‘brain fog’ fatigue … Continued

COVID-19 and Teens: What’s the emotional impact?

After fifteen months, three lockdowns, and complete disruption to daily life, emerging research is revealing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the mental health of teenagers and young people.  What are the stats? A study conducted by YoungMinds found: … Continued

World Mental Health Day 2016 – “Dignity in Mental Health – Psychological and Mental Health First Aid for All”

The aim of this year’s World Mental Health Day is for everyone to be able to provide aid to those who may be in psychological and mental distress in the same way as they may be able to help someone … Continued

Psychological Assessment in Your Personal Injury Cases

The definition of personal injury extends beyond the actual physical damage encompassing the impact of the injury on day-to-day functioning and future prospects, and on the psychological and emotional effects of the injury. Psychological injury, within the context of personal … Continued