Annalise M Roache
Annalise is a positive psychology practitioner and researcher who is passionate about bringing positive psychology to life through coaching in one to one, group and workplace settings. She is a recent graduate of the University of East London Masters of Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology (MAPPCP) where she conducted an expressive writing randomised control trial exploring memory recall and coaching prompts to ameliorate wellbeing and depression. In early 2018 Annalise commenced her PhD studies at Auckland University of Technology upon receiving a Vice Chancellors Doctoral scholarship, her research will explore Lay Theories of Wellbeing and how these may be a vital element of Wellbeing Literacy.
She recently joined the International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA) Student Division (SIPPA) executive team, taking up the role of Mentoring Co-Lead. She looks forward to growing the program and combining three of her favourite things; academic learning, mentoring and positive psychology.
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