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PhD Opportunity: Multisensory Approaches to Nature and Well-being

Fifty four per cent of the world’s population lives in urban areas, a proportion that is expected to increase to 66% by 2050 (United Nations, 2014). This is a significant emerging global issue, not least because a large body of evidence has linked urbanisation with poor mental health and well-being. There is, however, growing evidence […]

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Psychreg Twitter Poll: IQ, EQ or SQ in Leadership?

Dennis Relojo

Notwithstanding all of the focus on cognitive abilities, I think most people can remember encountering an individual in a leadership position who was a brilliant thinker but struggles understanding how to connect with people. These leaders have difficulty when their team members are unable to make a decision, particularly when they see it as the […]

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What Is Spiritual Quotient?

Dennis Relojo-Howell

The term spiritual intelligence and spiritual quotient is mostly attributed to Danah Zohar and Ian Marshall based on their pioneering book.

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Being Resilient: Hassles Don’t Have to Hurt You

James Woodworth

I was catching up on the Olympics in Rio recently and I was struck by an incident that had a powerful effect upon me. The incident involved two runners trying to reach the final the women’s 5,000 metres. Not long after the race started the two runners, Nikki Hamblin from New Zealand and Abbey D’Agnostino […]

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Are You Surviving or Thriving?

James Woodworth

Resilience is often referred to as the ability to bounce back from adversity. But the question is: How high are you going to bounce following a major setback? When we talk about bouncing back we are referring, generally speaking, to bouncing back to the way we were before the setback. Most people, following a major […]

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Lianna Tsangarides

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Lianna Tsangarides is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has been working with youth and families since 2007.

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