Impact Therapy Centre believes that a therapist’s job is to put themelves out of business. We are passionate about empowering members of our community. We host monthly talks at our practice on relevant topics that aim to educate and uplift our community. Jeanie Cavé, clinical psychologist, also appears regularly on the Eusebius Mckaiser “Family Matters” show on 702
Clement is joined by Clinical Psychologist Jeanie Cave about the effects of sibling comparison on children.
When the crucial PROCESS of child development is better understood, it becomes easier to understand HOW and WHY this requires great focus.
During these uncertain, difficult and stressful times as we deal with the effects of social distancing and isolation. Here are some practical and psychosocial tips on how to cope.
The COVID-19 pandemic has appeared out of the blue and is un- precedented territory for all of us. In this place of uncertainty and on-the-go adaption, it is normal to feel overwhelmed, stressed and anxious.
It is incredibly important to maintain a healthy immune system during these trying times in order to prevent contracting this virus.
Emotions do not need to be controlled but people can learn to work with them and use them to inform their experiences.
Eusebius McKaiser speaks to clinical psychologist Jeanie Cavé on the curse of positive thinking.
Empathy is a crucial component of effective communication, humanitarianism and spiritual development. It is defined as a skill of being able to accurately perceive and express the understanding of another person’s frame of reference that is separate from your own. However, what is the downside to empathy?
Trauma can result in emotions and psychological experiences, but the actual trauma occurs and must be treated at the level of the brain.
Clinical psychologist Jeanie Cavé tells Eusebius McKasier that a person with a borderline personality disorder has a difficult time with interpersonal relationships.