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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....

Why Do We Need to Sleep?
Management & Leadership

Why do We Need to Sleep? How a Coach can help.

Sleep is a part of our daily routine and for most it takes up a third of their 24-hour day. Over an average...

Fields of Psychology - Which should I choose?
Applied Psychology

Fields of Psychology – Which should I choose?

A psychology graduate is well equipped to begin a successful and rewarding career. They have a great knowledge of psychology, an applied skill...

Talking to Teenagers about Drugs and Substance Abuse
Applied Psychology

Talking to Teens about Drugs and Substance Abuse

Teen substance abuse in South Africa is an ever-growing concern. Children as young as 12 years old are starting to experiment with drug...

Different Types of Stress and How to Differentiate between Them
Applied Psychology

Different Types of Stress and How to Differentiate Between Them

Stress manifests in various ways and can originate from a myriad of causes. This means that there are different types of stress. Anyone...

stress-awareness-month
Applied Psychology

Redefining Stress to make it Work for You

Stress can paralyse or spur you into action. How we manage it and frame it often determines which path it leads us down....

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