Work & Performance Archives - The Indigo Project

Work & Performance

  • Memes and mental health with Michael

    Michael Magee, a Clinical Psychologist at The Indigo Project (a psychology clinic based in Surry Hills, Aus that thinks creatively about mental health) has a chat about meme's. He discusses if meme's can be therapeutic, and what role mental health memes might play in us connecting with other people and our own conditions.
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  • How to respond to someone’s good news

    Professor Shelly Gable, from the University of California, undertook some research to learn more about how we respond when someone shares their good news with us, and how our responses to that good news can improve (or impede) our relationships.
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  • 4 reasons why your workplace is making you miserable

    For many of us, work is an essential part of life. It takes up a great deal of our time, allows us to make a contribution to society and gives us money to buy cheezles. But in a recent survey, a whole quarter of workers stated that work was their Number 1 life stressor. Yikes. We asked you what it was about the workplace that was getting you so stressed and took the issues to one of our Indigo Senior Psychologist's, Sarah for some advice.
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  • Body Language 101 with Mary

    Founder and Head Psychologist of The Indigo Project, Mary Hoang, has a chat about body language. She discusses how we can be more confident using our bodies, which body language to avoid when we want to make a good impression, and how to catch someone out in a lie.
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  • 5 questions you asked our psychologists

    Recently you submitted a bunch of questions you wanted to ask a psychologist and we couldn’t help but oblige. So we took your queries to our incredible team of over twenty therapists at The Indigo Project and compiled their sage wisdom below!
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  • 4 of your top workplace stressors

    Sometimes workplace issues seem so beyond our control that we feel powerless to confront them. But it doesn’t have to be that way. We took a few of your workplace issues to our Indigo psychologist, Anthea, for some advice on how to take control of your mental health while at work.
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  • 3 Tips to a Happier Mind

    We spend a lot of time being stuck in our heads. Our ability to take long walks to nowhere in our minds, revisit old conversations, think of unsaid comebacks or what’s for dinner is exclusive to us as human beings but this gift is also a curse because it actually makes us unhappy.
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