The Centre for Positive Psychology is an active entity in the field and contributes to leading research with a faceted approach of academic research, workshops, and tools – all of which lead to a greater understanding and stronger framework for Positive Psychology.
View all publication from the Centre of Positive Psychology, from our latest research to our archival works.
The Centre is engaged with a number of active projects and regularly undertakes new projects with the aim of furthering understanding and dissemination of the latest Positive Psychology principles and frameworks.
The Well-being Profiler is a measurement and reporting service developed for schools to examine the well-being of their students from ages 10 to 25 years old.
The Centre for Positive Psychology has several partnership organisations both within Australia and internationally.