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What is Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)?
Applied Psychology

What is Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)?

Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is a recognized and serious psychological condition. The common features of it are: Unstable moods and emotions as well...

How to study for Matric Exams: 5 Essential Tips for Mastering Matric
Management & Leadership

How to study for Matric Exams: 5 Essential Tips for Mastering Matric

Often, how to study for exams is about studying smarter, not just harder. This means making better use of your study time and...

What is Child Anxiety in Younger Kids?
Applied Psychology

What is Child Anxiety in Younger Kids?

Child anxiety in young children is different to the normal anxiousness they tend to feel when faced with an unknown. For some children,...

5 Effective Coping Strategies for Raising Resilient Children
Applied Psychology

5 Effective Coping Strategies for Raising Resilient Children

One of the best things we can do for our kids is to equip them with an arsenal of coping skills they can...

5 Strategies for Coping and Dealing with Anxiety
Applied Psychology

5 Strategies for Coping with Anxiety

Everyone gets anxious at some point. How we deal with anxiety differs. Some people have great coping strategies. From the outside it looks...

What our graduates say about SACAP - Gill Attwood
Alumni Blogs

What our graduates say about SACAP – Gill Attwood

Gill Attwood, 42, is very clear about what drives her. “I like making shiny people shine,” she says. As talent manager and influencer...

What is Bipolar Disorder?
Applied Psychology

What is Bipolar Disorder?

Bipolar disorder is a lifelong condition. While untreated bipolar can derail someone’s life, it doesn’t need to because it can be successfully managed....

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