The Marshmallow Effect –Mastering Self-control

The Marshmallow Effect –Mastering Self-control

By Joanna Kleovoulou, Clinical Psychologist & founder of PsychMatters™ In the late 1960’s a Stanford psychologist Walter Mischel performed “The Marshmallow Experiment” on pre-schoolers to demonstrate the importance of delayed gratification. These children were...

Exam Stress: A Guide for your Child

Facilitator Joanna Kleovoulou, Clinical Psychologist Many teenagers are at odds as to how best they can help themselves manage stress and do their best in exams in order to reach their full potential. It often is an anxious, overwhelming and daunting time for all....

Deal with Divorce: Mastering the experience

Facilitator: Joanna Kleovoulou, Clinical Psychologist Separated? Divorced? Co-Parenting? Stuck in the pain, anger and bitterness? Are you committed to empowering yourself and your child to master this life-changing event? It is a defining moment for anyone...

Auditory Integration Training (Solisten Sound Therapy)

Solisten Sound Therapy (The Tomatis Method) SOLISTEN is a sound training therapy providing pre-programmed selected and processed music to stimulate the Auditory Processing System. This stimulation enables a precise integration of acoustic information and allows the...

Psychological Assessments

The aim of an Assessment is to utilise a combination of objective, standardised psychological tests and the expertise of the psychologist, that can identify and establish: where you or your child excels or is gifted in where you or your child is having difficulties...

Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing

What is EMDR Therapy Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a tool used in Psychotherapy that was developed by Francine Shapiro to resolve trauma caused by exposure to distressing life events such as military combat or rape. It is used to treat PTSD...

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