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The Mind & Its Potential Conference

I was in Sydney recently for the The Mind & Its Potential Conference at the Convention Centre (December last year). An interestingly broad audience of delegates – my fellow educators were there but there were also hundreds of others who work in the caring professions – psychologists, counsellors, social workers, youth workers, medicos – in fact, any and all individuals with an interest in the science of the mind. The range of presentations from science, psychology, education, business, and the arts reflected this diversity.
I had been invited by the conference organisers to do a keynote presentation on “Less Therapy, More Challenge”, so I looked at questions like:

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