August 2021

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“Why do we do what we do?” : Reframing the functions of behaviour

Author: Le-Anne Jacobs, Provisionally Registered Psychologist I don’t know about you, but I grew up surrounded by adults who explained challenging behaviours as “naughty”. We have also historically been exposed to professionals and people in the community reporting someone’s behaviour as a characteristic of the person (e.g. part of someone’s personality). This has ultimately sent …

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Who needs a Mars Bar when you can have an Occupational Therapist?

By Natalie Leishman, Occupational Therapist We’ve all heard the tag line “A Mars a day helps you work, rest and play,” and, as a self-confessed chocoholic, who am I to disagree with this? However, I am also an Occupational Therapist, and I have to say, we can also help you achieve these goals, without the …

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