“Designed by Dr Lea Waters (PhD), research professor and world expert in positive psychology, Visible Wellbeing™ (VWB) combines the science of wellbeing with the science of learning and teaching to make wellbeing visible in all classes and across co-curricula.”

Our goal through the Visible Wellbeing approach is to make wellbeing visible so that we can proactively intervene and make changes in young people’s lives. We do this through acknowledging the negative, but specifically working to amplify the positives and increase overall wellbeing, which impacts all areas of life.

To make wellbeing more visible we can make use of the practice: to see, hear and feel. To see, hear and feel what is happening around us and in others. We encourage members of our community to take time to ‘tune in’ to wellbeing and start noticing what they ‘See, Hear and Feel’ in themselves and in their families. This is a simple practice that will help to make wellbeing more visible within the home environment and can have a significant positive impact on each young person.

If you would like any further information on Visible Wellbeing, you can access Dr Lea Water’s (PhD) website here.

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