The Authentic Happiness Website A University of Pennsylvania website developed by the Positive Psychology Centre. Dr Martin Seligman is the Director of the Centre, and a Professor of Psychology at Penn. The purpose of this website is to provide free resources where people can learn about Positive Psychology through readings, videos, research, opportunities, conferences, questionnaires with feedback and more. There is no charge for the use of this site. If you would like to take the questionnaires, you first need to register. Positive Psychology is the scientific study of the strengths and virtues that enable individuals and communities to thrive. This field is founded on the belief that people want to lead meaningful and fulfilling lives, to cultivate what is best within themselves, and to enhance their experiences of work, love and play. The mission of the Positive Psychology Centre at the University of Pennsylvania is to promote research, training, education and the dissemination of positive psychology.
Calm App is the #1 app for Sleep, Meditation and Relaxation, with over 50 million downloads and over 700,000 5-star reviews. Calm App is an Apple BEST OF 2018 award winner, Apple's App of the Year 2017, Google Play Editor's Choice 2018, and to be named by the Center for Humane Technology as "the world's happiest app".
Dminder Enter dminder, an app for your iPhone/iPad that tracks the Vitamin D you get from the sun. The sun is by far the best source of Vitamin D, and dminder allows you to optimize levels based on your location, body type, and time of day, all while making sure you stay safe by warning you of any risk to your skin getting burned. All of these features are available for FREE. There's also a paid version of dminder ($1.99), that provides the additional feature of letting you track your Vitamin D levels over time.
Lives in the Balance Lives in the Balance is the non-profit organization founded by child psychologist Dr. Ross Greene, originator of the empirically supported Collaborative & Proactive Solutions (CPS) approach and New York Times bestselling author of the influential books The Explosive Child, Lost at School, Lost & Found, and Raising Human Beings. Our vision is to foster collaboration and empathy, transform lives, and inspire change for all children (especially the most vulnerable), to heighten awareness of the detrimental and counterproductive effects of punitive interventions, and to address the systemic issues that impede our progress. The mission of Lives in the Balance is to provide vital, accessible resources and programs to caregivers of behaviorally challenging kids; to bring the plight of these kids into the public consciousness; to address the systemic issues that cause many of these kids to slip through the cracks; and to promote parenting and disciplinary practices that foster the better side of human nature in all children. Our efforts are organized around the following initiatives: Open Access: Through our Outreach initiatives -- which include this website, our radio programs and Facebook groups, and our annual Summit -- we ensure that parents, educators, mental health clinicians, and staff in restrictive therapeutic facilities have easy access to vast resources on the CPS model at little or...
Our mobile and web apps and the advanced software platform that supports them, empower individuals and carers to manage all aspects of prescription medication use. Our apps are intuitive and easy-to-use, with a user experience (UX) that simplifies the complex job of managing multiple medications, potentially for multiple family members. Behind-the-scenes our cloud-based medication records and data connections to pharmacies and other HCPs are extremely advanced, with automation that reduces the need for manual configuration by pharmacists or individuals.
Did you know a hidden side effect of many prescription drugs is loss of essential nutrients like B12, iron, magnesium, probiotics and zinc? Some of the biggest culprits are common, daily medications! This drug-driven malnourishment can lead to further health issues down the road, including anemia, compromised immunity, digestive issues and heart disease. Which is why it pays to stay on top of your nutrient levels when taking medication with Mytavin. Type in your medication into the Mytavin website and hit “calculate” to uncover hidden nutrient deficiencies post-medication. From there, you may choose to take that information to the next level by testing your specific nutrient levels, or start a custom supplement regime to protect against losses.
Sandcastles Sandcastles: A Quiet Space For Parents & Children Reconnecting You With Your Children In A New Way An Online Portal Designed To Support Your Family & Help Your Child Embrace Greater Calm, Resilience & Joy. Owner: Hi, I’m Tami Roos PhD. There has never been a more important time to manage your stress as a parent, and help your child overcome anxiety and feel deeply connected to themselves. I would like to invite you to my new online community called ‘Sandcastles’: a quiet space to support you and your child from 4-12 years old. A place for you to reconnect with yourself and embrace new ways to support your child’s mental health and wellbeing. In a series of gentle step-by-step meditations and video guides, you will feel empowered to create greater resilience, courage, creativity and hope as we navigate the flow of life. By becoming a member today, you will discover how to create your own peaceful ‘sanctuary’ at home for you and your children, gain instant access to a world of resources for you and your child, and regular live webinars from leading experts in children’s wellbeing development and spiritual head
The Dip is run by clinical psychologists wanting to support families change the screen-time dynamics at home in the most helpful way possible. We realise this is tough – and changing limits can trigger some big emotions from all family members. We have launched a COVID-19 Screen-time Initiative to support parents. It is comprised of tips sheets, brief videos (explaining the role of devices in social connection and how to come alongside your child) and a free Zoom support group, running once a month. If you would like to receive these resources and/or participate in the group, please join up via the website.