Science and Research

Intentional practice is both an ‘approach’ and ‘set of methods’ to design and implement ‘wellbeing solutions’.

A central founding model of intentional practice, is the Life Buoyancy Model; a growth focused model of intentional practice. This model has been designed, tested and refined through multiple working collaborations. The modelling and approach is drawn from:

  • Positive psychology science (including mindfulness).
  • Trauma-informed science.
  • Implementation science.

The following case studies, evaluation reports and journal articles document the applications and evidence supporting intentional practice (and the underpinning LBM logic model). Collectively, they support the view that intentional practice can be applied as an approach and set of methods:

  • Translate and personalise the science of wellbeing, resilience, growth and trauma-informed practice to context.
  • Integrate multiple disciplines to build thriving community outcome. .
  • Bridge the ‘system’ to the ‘moment’ in the design and delivery of wellbeing solutions.

Positive Education and School Settings

Clinical, Counselling and Coaching Applications

Therapeutic Residential Care (Trauma-Informed Practice)

Positive Psychology Program Design

Environmental Sustainability

Young Offenders and Wilderness Therapy

Foundational Underpinnings