Dr Suzy Green is an internationally renowned expert on Positive Psychology. In her 20's Suzy was a self-confessed, self-improvement junkie trying to find herself in a sea of self-help books. Despite leaving school at 16, Suzy's thirst for further knowledge inspired her to study psychology at university as a mature age student. After graduating with a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, she began work as an Intern in a psychiatric clinic but soon realised that treatment alone wasn't going to prevent the world-wide epidemic of depression. What was needed was a proactive and preventative approach. Suzy's ground-breaking research on evidence-based life coaching led to her teaching the first higher educational course on Positive Psychology in Australia at the University of Sydney, where she lectured for 10 years. Suzy has also consulted to hundreds of individual clients as a Consulting Psychologist, applying the science of well-being to transform lives. In 2012, Suzy founded "The Positivity Institute", a boutique positive psychological consulting company that helps individuals, schools and organisations to flourish. Suzy also has a strong media profile and was the Australian Women's Health Magazine's "Stress-Less Expert" for 8 years.
"Average life expectancy in Australia is 82.5 years. Here is a 6 week evidence- based wellbeing program from one of Australia's giants in Positive Psychology - that will make the life you have left so much better for you and the people around you." --Dr Michael-Carr Gregg, Psychologist, Author, Speaker."Suzy's wisdom is like chicken soup for the soul. These pages are lled with inspiration, knowledge and guidance to live a richer, more joyful and meaningful life." --Felicity Harley, Journalist, Author, Founding Editor Women's Health (Australia)Dr Suzy Green's personal passion for, and her deep understanding of the science and practice of coaching psychology and positive psychology underpin her global reputation as a key leader in the coaching and positive psychology profession. --Professor Anthony M Grant; Director, Coaching Psychology Unit, University of Sydney