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One piece of advice that changed Peter’s life

Posted on the 5 December 2018

Like one in four Australians, Positive Psychology Centre founder Peter Kyriakoulis has suffered anxiety for most of his life.  

Even from the tender age of 8, he remembers feeling anxious. About what, Peter’s not so sure. But what he does recall is the ...

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Is it possible to feel happy – every single day?

Posted on the 5 December 2018

From self-help books to inspirational quotes, society has become obsessed with happiness.

And it’s no surprise why. As research reveals, being happy matters big time. Happy people are reported as more confident, creative and sociable. They’re also more likely to have better relationships, more ...

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From PhD to finalist – Peter to pitch at Amplify Ignite 2018

Posted on the 9 November 2018

We’re excited to share that Positive Psychology Centre founder Peter Kyriakoulis has been commended for his doctoral research.

As a finalist in Amplify Ignite 2018, Peter will fly to Sydney on Wednesday 14 November to deliver his pitch – in front of a ...

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Answers to your biggest questions about bullying

Posted on the 1 November 2018

We have to cope with many challenges in our lives. But bullying shouldn’t be one of them.    

According to Kids Helpline, one in four children will be bullied at some stage. But bullying doesn’t just happen inside the schoolyard. From the boardroom to the ...

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How to survive the rollercoaster of trying to make a baby

Posted on the 1 November 2018

Falling pregnant doesn’t always happen as easily or quickly as we might expect.

In fact, it can be a rollercoaster of high hopes and deep disappointments – for years on end. Struggling to conceive is common, with one in six couples experiencing fertility problems ...

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How to soothe your social media stress

Posted on the 1 August 2018

From tweets to posts to photos, memes and messages. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the online world, you’re not alone.

In fact, several studies have found links between increased social media use and mental health issues. And it doesn’t stop there. The digital world ...

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Thanks to our team… this happened

Posted on the 1 August 2018

We are delighted to share that on 2 May 2018, Positive Psychology was recognised as the top health clinic in the Mornington Peninsula Shire region.

While we see the difference we make in people’s lives every day, it was a great honour to ...

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How to be the best version of yourself in 2018

Posted on the 11 May 2018

Who was the last person you cared for? Perhaps it was your son, mother or friend. But how many other names would come to mind, before you said ‘me’?

Self-care is essential to being the best version of yourself. It helps maintain your wellbeing, ...

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Here’s your key to worrying less (and it’s not what you might expect)

Posted on the 10 May 2018

If you’re worrying frequently and persistently, then chances are it’s interfering with your work, health, relationships and overall quality of life.

But did you know there’s one simple thing you can do to worry less? It’s called scheduling time to worry – and it can ...

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