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Meet the PLC Psychology Team

Posted on 26 Feb

Introducing the PLC Psychology Team At PLC, we have a team of experienced psychologists who are here to support students, … Continued

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How to Respond to Trolling

Posted on 25 Feb

What is Trolling and How Should You Respond to it? Trolling is when someone baits people into having pointless, time-consuming … Continued

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O2 Active Exercise Recommendations

Posted on 23 Oct

Joint Hypermobility  by Abbey from O2 Active What is it, and Who’s at Risk? Being hypermobile is when your joints move … Continued

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Let’s Talk About Sexting

Posted on 07 Aug

We Need to Talk About Sexting… Many parents have probably heard of, or started watching, the new Australian television series, … Continued

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Opening the Door to Emotions

Posted on 03 Jul

This might be a funny thing for a psych to say… but I never used to be a big fan … Continued

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Sharenting: Are We Sharing Too Much About Our Children on Social Media?

Posted on 03 Jul

Sharing is Only Caring if You Ask Permission First You know it’s Year 12 ball season when tuxedoed and frocked-up … Continued

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Reflections with Sue Tredget – July

Posted on 02 Jul

Embrace the JOMO The fear of missing out has always been a thing. Long before the internet was born and … Continued

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Valentine’s Day and Relationships

Posted on 12 Feb

Written by PLC’s Wellbeing Co-ordinator, Nicole Dorrington.

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Conflict

Posted on 06 Feb

Written by PLC’s Senior School Psychologist, Jess Lethbridge.

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Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance – Angela Duckworth

Posted on 01 Feb

Winningly personal, insightful, and even life-changing, Grit is a book about what goes through your head when you fall down, and how that—not talent or luck—makes all the difference.

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Learned Optimism: How to Change Your Mind and Your Life – Dr Martin Seligman

Posted on 01 Feb

Dr Martin Seligman draws on more than twenty years of clinical research to demonstrate how optimism enchances the quality of life, and how anyone can learn to practice it.

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Are You Fully Charged? – Tom Rath

Posted on 01 Feb

Tom Rath’s latest international bestseller reveals the three keys that matter most for our daily well-being, as well as our engagement in our work.

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Mindful Games

Posted on 25 Jan

A playful approach for cultivating mindfulness in kids, with sixty simple games to develop attention and focus, and identify and regulate emotions.

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The Strengths Exchange

Posted on 24 Jan

The Strengths Exchange brings together stories of character strengths from children, teenagers and parents across different countries to encourage families to start conversations about the strengths within them.

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Self Compassion by Dr. Kristin Neff

Posted on 24 Jan

Kristin Neff, Ph.D is widely recognised as one of the world’s leading experts on self-compassion, being the first one to operationally define and measure the construct over a decade ago.

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VIA Character Strengths

Posted on 24 Jan

Bridging the science and practice of character strengths to build a better world.

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Black Dog Institute

Posted on 24 Jan

The Black Dog Institute focuses on enabling mentally healthier lives through innovations in science, medicine, education, public policy and knowledge translation.

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Orygen

Posted on 24 Jan

Orygen’s vision is for all young people to enjoy optimal mental health as they grow into adulthood.

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UnStuck

Posted on 19 Jan

UnStuck is a free to download, in the moment app, that digitally coaches you when you get stuck in life.

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HabitBull

Posted on 19 Jan

HabitBull is an app that aims to help build positive habits or break bad habits.

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