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PARENTS: 24/7 CEOs of Our Kids’ Lives
How to make your kids more resilient and build up their strengths
How to raise positive happy kids
Self-entitled, moi? Teens, narcissism and why 'special' and 'unique' are different things
Positive Education in Sweden
Positive Education in Sweden
Happy Schools Make Happy Children
Talking about strength-based parenting with Lea Waters
Defining positive psychology
Visible Wellbeing in Schools: The powerful role of instructional leadership
Does your company suffer from Gratitude Deficit Disorder?
Stop the late nights now for school routine: experts
Finding kids' strengths (and why being good at singing isn't the same as being a superstar)
Social media on trial
6 Ways to cultivate your child's inner strength
How to make sure your children become more successful than you
How strengths-based parenting helps young people thrive
Parenting Strong - using our strengths to parent better
Are parents positive psychology's missing piece?
Article in Live Happy magazine featuring Lea on the importance of parenting in positive psychology.
The 'secret' to improve student performance
Tasmania takes on Visible Wellbeing
R U Ok?
Students as young as five doing daily meditation as mindfulness movement sweeps Victorian schools
Quiet ‘mindful’ learning revolution sweeping Australian schools
Article published in Melbourne University's 3010 Magazine
Article published in 'The Pursuit' on Visible Wellbeing in Schools
Article published in 'The Pursuit' on strength-based parenting
Click here to read Lea's article on her latest research into strength-based parenting and get some practical tips
Interview with 'Independent Schools Victoria (ISV) Magazine' on the benefits of mindful parenting
Click here to read Lea's interview on how mindful parenting can mean less stressed children
Interview with 'Pursuit Magazine' on Why Giving to Others is good for your Soul
Interview with 'Pursuit Magazine' on reducing stress of back to school transition
Click here to read the article by Erin Dale where Lea is interviewed about the role of mindfulness in easing school transition
Interview with 'Child Circle Magazine' on Strength-based parenting
How facebook effects your mood
Click here to read The Daily Telegraph article where Kimberly Gillan interviews Lea about the effects of social media on our emotions
Smiles all round: why sharing happy news is good for you and everyone you know
Click here to read Lea's Article in The Conversation on why positive news spreads through social media more than negative news and how we make others happy with what we share
Imagine if we taught stillness in Schools
Strength-Based Parenting Style Helps Kids Become More Resilient
Professor Lea Waters, Positive Psychology Expert named among 100 Women of Influence
Relax and Your Kids Will Follow Your Laid-Back Lead
Strength based approaches to parenting in late adolescence
Strength-based parenting improves children’s resilience and stress levels
Why we should teach meditation in Schools
Lea's article in The Conversation on why we should teach meditation in schools went viral and was downloaded over 16,000 times in 6 weeks all over the world. Read her article clinking this link.
Beware of false happiness in the workplace
Companies like Google and Facebook have transformed the way we look at the modern workplace – but Neil McMahon, The Sydney Morning Herald, speaks to Lea and others to find that the key to tapping into the "happiness" revolution is about much more than bean-bags and a games room. Click Link to read
Getting the Happiness Formula right in class
Lea writes for The Conversation about the benefits of positive emotions to well-being and learning in school. Click here to read
Can we build better children?
In the past few years, there has been an exponential growth in social and emotional learning in Australian schools. Jill Stark from The Age interviews Lea on Emotional Intelligence skills in schools. Click here to read.
The time of their life?
Can positive psychology help students during their transition from high school to university? Professor Johanna Wyn and Professor Lea Waters are interviewed on the challenges and opportunities in Tertiary studies in The Voice Click here to read
Positive Tools for a lifetime