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Mental Health and Wellness at Nobles: Podcasts

Find resources to promote wellness and mental health, especially for the Noble and Greenough School community. Your suggested additions, improvements and changes are always welcome.

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The Happiness Lab: Dr. Laurie Santos, creator of the psychology of happiness course now available at Nobles, looks at how we really make our lives better. 
10% Happier: Self-described "meditation evangelist" Dan Harris promotes mindfulness strategies for increased happiness and well-being.
The Savvy Psychologist's Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Mental Health: Dr. Jade Wu makes the science of psychology entertaining.
The Psychology Podcast: Dr. Scott Barry Kaufman explores the brain, behavior and creativity.
Science of Happiness: Learn how to live a more fulfilling life, based on research and the science of compassion.
Being Well: Dr. Rick Hanson and son Forrest Hanson share tips on finding happiness and becoming a stronger person.
MindSet: Mental Health News & Information: Inspiring personal stories and incisive news convey expert advice on how to cope.
Hidden Brain: The science and stories behind the subliminal patterns that shape human behavior.
Kind World: Inspiring series about the transformative power of kindness.
The Hilarious World of Depression: A humorous take on clinical depression.

Disclaimer: This guide provides information for the Nobles community about where to go and who to talk to for support, and our counselors are always happy to help. That said, as with anything health-related, we urge you to seek professional advice. Some of the resources (books, multimedia, facts) may be triggering for individuals in the community. For assistance and advice, please reach out to a mental health professional.