Dr Paul Holland's Blog

Dr Paul Holland is a Chartered Psychologist and Chartered Scientist specialising in ADHD, ASD and Neurodiversity

Originally from Australia, Paul completed his undergraduate degree in Psychology in 1992. Chartered Psychologist, British Psychological Society, UK

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I Want to Stop Procrastinating NOW!

I Want to Stop Procrastinating NOW!, written by Paul Grantham is one of the best books out there to help clients and professionals with this common challenge!  more  

When we want to avoid something...it is important to sit with the feeling

When we procrastinate we do so to avoid or stop uncomfortable feelings. What is important is to sit with these feelings until they begin to dissipate.   more  

How to Relocate When You Have a Child With Autism

Eliminating stress for children with Autism before, during and after moving home...written by Jenny Wise. Ms. Wise enjoys providing advice to parents who are considering homesc...  more  

Happy New Year 2022 and Resolutions

I wanted to take this opportunity to wish you all a Happy New Year.   more  

Knowing Your Strengths

Knowing our strengths has many benefits. If we know our strengths we can support our areas of developing skills more readily. Also, when we are feeling low, coupled with breathing,...  more  

Shaping and Achieving Goals

Shaping is a great way to both attain goals but also a way for people to understand the steps that they need to be taking to achieve their goals.  more  

Behavioural Activation for Positive Change

Behavioural Activation is a great tool to help us take action that is congruent with our core values.  more  

Vagus Nerve Stimulation to Improve Well-Being

The more you increase your vagal tone, the more your physical and mental health will improve, and vice versa. There are some very simple ways to increase your vagal tone!  more  

Box Breathing

Box breathing may help to clear the mind, relax the body, and improve focus!  more  

Experience Dyslexia

Have you ever wondered what it might be like to experience Dyslexia?  more