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The Polyvagal Theory, proposed and developed by Dr Stephen Porges, is a paradigm shift in understanding behaviour and outlines the importance of the body in understanding the mind.
The theory focuses on our developing nervous system and how it impacts us. Most of us are well aware that there are two parts to our nervous system: the
Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) can have a variety of challenges within the home and school environment which can impact on their ability to understand what we are communicating to them, for themselves to communicate to us effectively and be best able to learn.
When the adults around i
Year 12 can be one of the most stressful times for young people, resulting in clinical levels of anxiety and stress, and greatly impacting functioning across all domains of life. A survey of year 12 students by the UNSW School of Education showed that out of 722 students surveyed, 42% reported high-level anxiety symptoms, high enough to be of clinical concern. The main causes of pressure
Social Anxiety is usually described as experiencing an intense fear of being criticised, embarrassed or humiliated in everyday situations, such as speaking to others, presenting a speech, or being assertive.
If you experience or know someone who experiences Social Anxiety, here are are some things that you need to know:
Our goal is to ensure your advocacy needs are met through the process of continuous engagement and genuine understanding of your needs