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Our blog provides you with evidence-based findings, practical tips on maintaining a positive mental health and wellbeing, recommended books, interesting articles and loads more!

You may be reading this because you are trying to figure out if you would benefit from a little more support from a Psychologist. You may experience feeling sad, blue, down, depressed, or irritable. Perhaps you have noticed a loss of interest in your usual...

For many people, the festive season is an exciting time to connect with others and celebrate. But for others, it can be the most stressful time of the year. Financial issues, family conflict and loneliness can increase stress for people with anxiety or depression in the...

Almost everyone experiences some symptoms similar to ADHD at some point in their lives. However, ADHD is diagnosed only when symptoms are severe enough to cause ongoing problems in more than one area of your life. These persistent and disruptive symptoms have been shown to...

Your body image is how you perceive, think, and feel about your body. This can include your body size, weight, shape, or your appearance more generally. A positive body image can improve self-esteem, self-acceptance and a healthy relationship with food and physical activity.  On the flip-side,...

Positive Wellbeing Psychology are here to help you achieve your NDIS goals by understanding a range of mental health and wellbeing barriers that may prevent you from progressing in daily living and life skills. Under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), you may be able...

A mood swing is a sudden or intense change in emotional state. During a mood swing, a person may quickly switch from feeling happy and upbeat to feeling sad, irritable, or angry. Such mood swings can play a positive part in promoting problem solving and...

Positive Wellbeing Psychology want to help you set up your telehealth at home set-up. To get it right, there are a number of factors that need to be considered. Below are a few that we wanted to share with you today! The right device –...

Communication is found to rapidly transform conflict and misunderstanding into trust and intimacy, thereby improving ones' mood, self-esteem, and overall interpersonal functioning. You may be able to suddenly change the direction of your life and career by understanding effective communication strategies with a Melbourne-based psychologist...

Did you know research has found therapy via phone or video connection (defined as 'Telehealth') is similar to in-person sessions with a Psychologist. Positive Wellbeing Psychology have put together some of these research finding for you in our blog below: IS TELEHEALTH AS EFFECTIVE AS...

Telehealth with a registered psychologist at Positive Wellbeing Psychology, minimizing the risk of being exposed to the virus in line with the Australian Government and Department of Health and the Australian Psychological Society (APS)....

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