Our principal psychologist Azza Brown comments about the impact of role modelling on children in the context of "Mean girl mums raising bullies"
Our Principal psychologist Azza Brown comments on travelling with small children: Azza Brown, a developmental clinical psychologist with the Australian Psychological Society, confirms that children don't start to make lasting memories until around the age of five – though it can vary from child to child. That doesn't necessarily mean that travel shouldn't start until that age, however.<
ACPC took part of the Healthy Minds Expo on the 3rd October where there were close to 700 people that came through on the day. Our team members spoke to a range of people regarding our services for children and adolescents.
Our activity was to ask people who would approach our table to note down "what has helped them through their journey"
Based on the gathered informatio
Our principal psychologist Azza Brown, comments on screening Australian students for early signs of learning difficulties, under a new Federal Government trial to begin in 2018. It won't be a test based on marks like NAPLAN which students in years 3, 5, 7 and 9 currently complete, but it will work as a tool to help teachers pick out the students struggling with sounds, word and number patterns
Our principal psychologist Azza Brown was honoured to attend the official opening of the LPF centre for Autism on the 13th of March 2017.
As a board member, Azza provides support, advice and contribution which has assisted the foundation to make this dream a reality. She continues to partake in the activities that the board represents and to provide advice and guidance in