Being an investor in real estate is often touted as a gateway to passive income and financial freedom. But is this the best way to achieve this result. A very underrated aspect within investing strategies is the idea of dividend investing. We had the opportunity to speak with a dividend value
Samantha Campbell Occupational Therapist :: A Case Study Covering Cerebral Palsy, the MAES Approach and Being an Occupational Therapist in Private Practice
In this episode of the Moulding Health Show, we discuss cerebral palsy and the MAES approach with Samantha Campbell, an Occupational Therapist based in South Africa.
Alexa Scher Clinical Psychologist :: A Case Study Covering Acceptance and Committment Therapy (ACT, CBT and DBT) and Being a Clinical Psychologist in Private Practice
In this episode of the Moulding Health Show, we discuss acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT, CBT and DBT) with Alexa Scher, a Clinical Psychologist based in South Africa.
We're moving into a space now where ADHD is becoming far less stigmatised, let's say, and people are talking about it a lot more. Our team recently discussed the topic of adult ADHD with educational psychologist Dayne Williams and tried to understand more about this topic. Our purpose in this
We recently spoke to Mbali Pearl Tlhapi, a dietician based in South Africa, in our Moulding Health and Moulding Private Practice Shows. It was another opportunity to connect and learn from another healthcare practitioner. In our Moulding Health Show, we spoke about the importance of cultural food
Substance abuse prevention and rehabilitation have become more of a problem in recent years. Our team recently discussed this important topic with an occupational therapist, Johanna Matsetela, and tried to understand the issue in more detail. Our purpose in this discussion was also to see how one
It can be overwhelming to be on the hunt for practice management software that suits the needs of your practice. In fact, a simple Google search will bring up dozens of results. Each of these will claim that they are different and unique. But at the end of the day, you're looking for software to
The idea of a paperless office has been around for decades, but most offices still use a lot of paper. One of the biggest reasons for this is the fact that human beings resist change. Moving to a digital platform means we have to learn new protocols. As humans, we have built habits around paper