Libbi Gorr interviews Chris Mackey, clinical psychologist, about his new book, The Positive Psychology of Synchronicity before callers ring in to describe their meaningful coincidences. Recorded on ABC 774 radio Melbourne on 22/09/19.
Tag: Positive Media
This article sums up the main themes of The Positive Psychology of Synchronicity and plans for the book launch at Watkins Books in London.
An article about using media to promulgate positive message. In reference to the third season of Destination Happiness, starting back on Channel 9 on 7 September 2019.
This article is about containing the amount of time that kids spend on screens and using social media compared with being outside, or enjoying green time.
Mainstream media, including TV, radio and newspapers can have a very important role in promoting positive physical and mental health. Conveying health messages through popular media has a much greater reach than typical health interventions, which are generally targeted to individuals. As a clinical psychologist that is why I’m especially pleased to be involved in… Read more »
Mainstream media can have a particularly important role in promoting positive physical and mental health. This article examines what that role is and why a more positive approach to mainstream media would be beneficial for consumers.
Some of the most important messages about mental health are simple optimistic messages. This article explores the role of the media in perpetuating a positive environment for our community, as well as how a pessimistic outlook has been perpetuated by pharmaceutical companies in order to gain financially.
This article relates to a recent session by political journalist Laura Tingle on the impact of staff cuts on what news is reported and the way that it is reported. The session was at the Word for Word Non-Fiction Writer’s Festival that took place in Geelong in November 2017.
An article about the Netflix TV show 13 Reasons Why and whether you should allow your kids to watch it, considering the potentially distressing content.