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Wellbeing Toolbox for Students

Posted on 26 Feb

Build Your Wellbeing Toolbox Our wellbeing (physical, mental, social and emotional health) can change moment to moment, day to day, … 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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#gratitude

Posted on 23 Oct

Reflections with Sue Tredget  ‘Gratitude’ is a word that is frequently overused and sometimes misunderstood. It is derived from the … Continued

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Five Productive Ways to Spend the School Holidays

Posted on 04 Oct

1) Take Time For You By taking time to care for your mental and physical wellbeing, self-care helps you stay … 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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Reframing Failure

Posted on 02 Jul

“Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly.” – Robert F. Kennedy How can we learn from failure? … 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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Reflections with Sue Tredget

Posted on 04 Jun

My Unexpected Journey Sometimes our lives don’t follow the path we had expected. If you had told me six years … Continued

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There’s More to Failing than Meets the Eye – Danay Savva

Posted on 31 Aug

Junior School Psychologist, Danay Savva, discusses the subject of ‘failing’ and offers practical advice for parents dealing with this tricky subject.

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Use the Mid-term Break to be Awesome at Self-care

Posted on 14 Aug

PLC Lead Psychologist, Daleen Engelbrecht, recommends these five tips to help establish positive self-care habits.

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Talking About Mental Health Difficulties

Posted on 27 Feb

Written by PLC’s Director of Wellbeing, Laura Allison.

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Conflict

Posted on 06 Feb

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

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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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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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Bite Back

Posted on 19 Jan

Bite Back is an ever-changing app that allows you to amplify the good things in life, share personal stories with others, check out videos, blogs and interviews of interesting people and check and track your mental fitness.

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The Greater Good

Posted on 19 Jan

The Greater Good is a website that aims to make the world a better place through providing simple online tools.

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Happify

Posted on 19 Jan

Happify is a website and app that is an effective tool for improving emotional health and wellbeing in the 21st century.

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1000 Awesome Things

Posted on 19 Jan

1000 Awesome Things is a website that shares Canadian author Neil Pasricha’s philosophy on living a positive life.

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Life Charge

Posted on 14 Dec

Life Charge is a quick and easy app that allows young people to journal positive and negative events that occur throughout the day.

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Moods

Posted on 14 Dec

Moods is an app that lets you track and record your current mood, helping you maintain good mental health.

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