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What problems can a clinical psychologist help with?

Clinical psychologists can help you with problematic emotions, behaviours, life events and relationships. They can also help with issues related to school, university and...

Which psychiatric diagnoses can a clinical psychologist help with?

The short answer to the question 'which psychiatric diagnoses can a clinical psychology at Share Resolve help with' is 'all of them'. We have...

Active Listening: A Skill that can improve your relationships

Why is active listening important? The ability to listen is such an underrated skill. Many of us think we need to say something impressive and...

How much can you earn as a Clinical Psychologist in Malaysia?

Summary People who are thinking of a career in clinical psychology often ask us 'how much can I earn?'. To help answer that question we...

What is Executive Coaching & How Can it Help?

Executive coaching aims to help people achieve their personal or professional goals. Executive coaches can help you identify your strengths and the issues that...

What is CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)?

CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) is a talking therapy that can help you manage your problems by changing the way you think and behave. Thousands of...

Overcoming Fear & Phobias

We can become extremely afraid of almost anything. People often fear insects, animals, heights, small spaces and flying but I've also met people who fear dolls and crying babies. How can we overcome our fears?

What’s the difference between a psychologist and a psychiatrist?

The main difference between a psychologist and a psychiatrist is that psychiatrists are medical doctors who have specialised in psychiatry whereas psychologists have studied psychology at undergraduate and then post-graduate level.

ADHD: Attention & Concentration Difficulties

Schools expect a high level of concentration on academic work both at school and at home. What can we do to help children who find it difficult to focus?

How our psychologists can help…

Our psychologists use a specific structured approach called the ReFlex Method to help each person we meet. The structured approach allows us to help...

3 steps to stay psychologically healthy during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Dr. Dan Seal wrote the following article for the STAR Newspaper's Health Section. It was published by the Newspaper on the 10th May &...

Drugs and Alcohol Problems

Drugs and alcohol are used by a lot of people across the world for a good reason - in the short-term drugs and alcohol...

Dyslexia: reading, writing & spelling problems

Dyslexia is a common learning difficulty that can cause problems with reading, writing and spelling. Dyslexia does not affect intelligence but it often affects...

Stress

We worry and feel stressed when we think that we will not be able to cope with an upcoming event or situation. Some worry and stress is good for us but what should we do if it gets too much?

What’s the difference between a Clinical Psychologist and a Counsellor?

What does a counsellor do? Counselling is a talking therapy that involves a trained therapist listening to you and helping you find ways to deal...

Autism, Asperger’s & Social Communication Problems

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a diagnosis given to people who find it very difficult to understand and interact with others. Autism is on a...

Relaxation Exercises to Help You Sleep

Relaxation is a very useful skill to develop. Like any skill it takes time to learn relaxation and you'll get better with practice. This...

Language Disorder & Verbal Communication Problems

Some children have a specific difficulty expressing themselves verbally and understanding what others have said to them in words. This is a problem because parents,...

Should you take a Personality Test?

Personality tests are incredibly popular. You've probably seen odd, humorous versions on your Facebook feed asking important questions like 'Which Muppet are you?' or...

How Can Teachers Refer Students for a Learning Assessment

If a child in your class is having academic, emotional or behavioural difficulties at school an assessment can be helpful because: It helps determine what...