Neurofeedback is an effective long-term method for treating disorders of self-regulation and impulse control.
The links below explain more about Neurofeedback.
The Rosewood Centre provides Family Focused and Early Childhood Support under NDIS, find out more in the brochure below.
The Rosewood Centre Adoption Services are a free, fully funded government initiative and are available to people of all ages and backgrounds.
Rosewood Centre provisional psychologist, Sallie A Scoggin investigated the relationship of Growth Mindset to positive psychology skills and competitive anxiety in Australian athletes for her Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in Psychology, the University of New England in 2018. Her findings suggested that Growth Mindset may be facilitative of optimal performance, reflective of optimism and positive appraisal of the challenge of competition in competitive athletes. Her results were presented in the following poster at the European Federation of Sport Psychology (FEPSAC) in Muenster, Germany in July 2019.
Read more about it here.
Further analyses of the same competitive athletes’ dataset by Professor Dominic G McNeil (Federation University) Sr Lect Wendy J Phillips, and Sallie A Scoggin (University of New England) revealed that athletes with a High Growth/Low Fixed mindset profile were more likely to participate at higher levels of sport performance. This research evidence illustrates support for the use of athletic mindset profiles to predict level of sport performance and to inform coaching strategies. These findings were published in the International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology in February 2023.
Read more about it here.
In this webinar, Rosewood Centre psychologists Rob Kilkelly and Claire Wood discuss developmental disorders, including Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
While many people are excited to return to the workplace and see their colleagues face-to-face again, we also understand that returning to the office may be difficult.
The Rosewood Centre team has prepared a video that includes strategies on how to best manage this change. We hope you find it helpful.
Online support for young people aged 12-25 years, including mental health, drug and alcohol issues.
Clinical and research expertise and community education about depression and bipolar disorder.
Online crisis and mental health information for young people aged 14-25 years.
Information and advice on mental health and suicide prevention for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.