DISCLAIMER: These psychology resources are written by Dr Mieke Garrett, but are not original ideas. Where possible, key contributors / authors of these ideas have been cited. Please also note that the contents contained in these documents are for information only. They are not intended to be used to treat any mental illness. The clinical diagnosis and treatment of mental illness requires direct consultation with a properly qualified health professional. If you are having difficulties, please consult your GP or a mental health professional in the first instance. These resources are not intended to be used in isolation or as a substitute for obtaining individual psychological assistance and must not be relied on for this. They must also not be used for medical advice. If you have any medical conditions or concerns, please see your medical doctor. The author does not accept responsibility for difficulties arising out of failure to seek formal medical or psychological advice or for misinterpretation or misuse of the information. Whilst every reasonable effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of this information, the author cannot guarantee that the information is free of error or omission. The author shall accept no liability for any act or omission occurring in reliance on the information on this website and for any consequences of any such act or omission.
Managing food allergy anxiety
Click the PDF below for a copy of the psychology article I wrote for Allergy Today magazine on food allergy anxiety, published by Allergy New Zealand, in Summer 2017.
E-book: Climate change hopelessness
This is a book for anyone who agrees climate change is a massive problem and who has been feeling increasingly hopeless about the issue and our future on this planet, and wants some direction on how to cope with this.
It can be purchased here