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“In Conversation” with Professor Felicia Huppert
Professor Felicia Huppert is a psychologist with a long-standing research interest in the science of wellbeing and the promotion of human flourishing. Her work combines approaches from cognitive psychology and neuropsychology with a population perspective derived from epidemiology.
Felicia has advised governments and international bodies on the measurement of wellbeing and on policies to enhance wellbeing. She spends part of the year in the UK, where she is the Founding Director of the Well-being Institute at the University of Cambridge and Emeritus Professor of Psychology.
Her current positions include Honorary Professor at The University of Sydney’s Body, Heart and Mind in Business Research Group and Visiting Professorial Fellow, Department of Psychology, University of New South Wales, Sydney.
Felicia is a member of the Australian Expert Group of the Global Mindfulness Initiative and Director of the Australian Compassion Council Scholars Program. She is a Fellow of the Black Dog Institute and a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of Prevention United, an Australian organisation committed to promoting mental health and the prevention of mental disorders.
Together, we will explore her key research areas, including the multi-dimensional evaluation and measurement of mindfulness and compassion in schools, healthcare, and organisational settings.
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