Peggy is an associate professor at the Centre for Wellbeing Science at the University of Melbourne. Her research is collaborative in nature and draws on a variety of methodologies to examine questions around who thrives in life and why and she has published 3 books and over 100 peer-reviewed articles and chapters. Danielle is a registered psychologist, and the Co-Founder of The Wellbeing Lab, and the Co-Creator of The PERMAH Wellbeing Survey.
In this week’s episode, we discover the practical steps communities are taking to care for people’s well-being, even in the face of significant struggles
Connect with Dr. Peggy Kern:
- [02:41] Peggy explains how people are managing to thrive even in the face of challenging circumstances.
- [07:32] Peggy shares the factors interpersonal, intrapersonal and external factors that appear to be supporting people’s wellbeing.
- [13:07] Peggy outlines how people can boost their levels of thriving across their communities, even in the face of struggle.
- [16:46] Peggy offers some insights into the greatest causes of struggles and how these can be reduced in communities.
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