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Community and youth services provided at St John of God Ballarat Hospital.
Mental health services provided at St John of God Richmond Hospital.
Rehabilitation services provided at St John of God Richmond Hospital.
Our Clinical Psychologist and Educator Brooke Seydler shares the Australian Psychological Society's tips for thriving in the digital age as a part of National Psychology Week.
General practitioners are invited to attend our next GP event where they can gain knowledge and awareness of key aspects of dual diagnosis and discuss management issues relevant to their practice.
Stress occurs when we are presented with a real or perceived threat or harmful situation. It is our body’s response to danger and is something we can experience physically, mentally and emotionally. Psychologist Paul Loseby explains how stress can affect your wellbeing.
If you experience pain towards the top of your foot when you are walking, running or just going about your daily activities there is a chance you could have a stress fracture. Orthopaedic Surgeon Andrej Nikoloski explains the symptoms and treatment options for stress fractures in your foot.
Psychotic disorders treatment provided at St John of God Warrnambool Hospital.
While Christmas and New Year celebrations is supposed to be a time of joy, for many it is filled with anxiety, stress and feelings of loneliness and disappointment. Psychologist Dr Megan Dobbie shares the simple things you can do to cope.
Functional bowel disorders are very common in the community and can vary in presentation from heartburn and abdominal pain to irritable bowel syndrome and bloating. Gastroenterologist Dr Kenji So explains the risk factors and treatment options.
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