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Amba Brown

Amba Brown

Positive Psychologist Author,

Finding Your Path Books

Venice, CA

Australian author, Amba Brown holds a Psychology Degree (Honours) in Positive Psychology, is currently a member of the 'International Positive Psych Association' & is passionate about alleviating youth anxieties. Amba is from Sydney & has also lived in Asia & America. Wherever she is, she carries with her the goal of ...

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Finding Your Path Books

Author & Founder

Finding your path' seeks to offer support and inspiration through the major transition from school to adulthood.

The chapters explore various pathways including work, study and travel by outlining their benefits so you can actively contemplate your options and make informed decisions. The focus is on trusting oneself to create a path of integrity and happiness.

Australian High Commission

Acting Passports Manager / Consular Assistant

Assist the Second Secretary & Consul with the management of the consular and passport services team & provide a range of consular services including both advising and assisting Australian citizens (onsite at the AHC and off site at prisons and hospitals) and liaising with local authorities.

Exploring pathways & happiness after school.

Travel | Work | Study | Or.... ??

Inspiration

Happiness - Blog Post

We all have to work for it...
Even those who appear to have it all. We're all working towards the same goal - 'to be happy'.

Today, Drew Barrymore opens up about her fight for happiness. In her interview with Stephanie Webber of US Weekly, Barrymore explains "Happiness is not this yellow, blithe, floating thing. It’s something that takes a tremendous amount of work. There’s a warrior aspect to being happy. You’ve got to fight for it," she continued. "And only when you’ve got that kind of earned happiness is it really good."

It's easy to falsely believe that everyone around you has it all together. That they're happy while you're battling to make sense of your life.

"How can we be happy?"
Don't quit your day dream!

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