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    The Psychology of it is passionate about bringing the human back into psychology.
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    We are a compassionate and caring bunch who just really dig people! Eager to understand what makes us all tick, we'll be delving into the science behind common (and not so common) experiences in life, translating the jargon and really long words from the latest research into easy to understand, practical, user-friendly information.
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    The Psychology of it is the brainchild of clinical and health psychologist, Dr Jodie Fleming, an avid, curious and open observer of humans. A writer. A lover of life.
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    Scarlett, 6, wrote to us at The Psychology of It asking for a "scientist" to help her understand "that if we all just die anyway, why do we live?" Below is my open letter to Scarlett.

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    Dear Scarlett

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    Anxiety and stress can sometimes make us feel like we're being charged at by a bull. Our breathing rate increases, our heart beats out of our chest and our brain decides for us whether we stay and fight the bull, or we make a run for it. Luckily there are

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    Very Quick & Easy Anxiety Management Tools

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    Sandra Bucci is of Swiss-Italian heritage and a Novacastrian now residing in Manchester, U.K., with her husband and two beautiful children. She is a Dr of Clinical Psychology and an academic at The University of Manchester; her academic interests lie in understanding the development and maintenance of psychotic experiences such

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    Conversations on the Couch with Dr Sandra Bucci

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    Praised for her warm rich tone, mezzo-soprano Dannielle O’Keefe, brings joy to audiences across a broad spectrum of music genres. A graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts and The Melbourne Conservatorium of Music at The University of Melbourne, Dannielle is dedicated to the art of performance and loves

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    Music for Grief by Dannielle O'Keefe

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    Melissa Reeser Poulin is a poet and prose writer with a passion for cultivating creativity in the lives of busy people, especially parents. In her own pursuit of creative fulfillment while raising an active 16-month-old, she has come to embrace shortcuts of all kinds-- including 20 minute workouts and cooking Read More

    Conversations on the Couch with Melissa Poulin

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    We All Wear It Differently is a podcast interview series that aims to entertain and inspire early career psychologists by illustrating the diverse world of psychology through conversations with colleagues, peers and mentors.

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    We All Wear It Differently

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