Blog2021-08-29T02:01:49+00:00

Breath: You teach best what you most need to learn

My first job as a psychologist-in-training was at a psychiatric clinic where I worked under the supervision of the lead psychiatrist. On reflection, this experience was significantly informative in my career as a psychologist – and as a person. There were [...]

Psychological Literacy: A VUCA world key capability

As a psychologist, I’m passionate about helping people be better human beings. This involves helping them to make sense of psychological science to determine the most helpful ways of being or doing that will allow them to thrive. That is to reduce the chances [...]

Toxic Positivity: Helpful or Harmful?

Over the past 12 months I’ve become aware of the term “toxic positivity”. I’ve noted its increasing usage, especially as clickbait. While I believe I understand what’s behind the term and what’s driving it, I’m not convinced that it’s completely [...]

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