Written by: Melissa Juzva

Is laughter really the best medicine

https://www.houseofwellness.com.au/wellbeing/mental-wellness/laughter-really-best-medicine

About the author
Melissa Juzva
Melissa is an Educational & Developmental Psychologist and Board Approved Supervisor. Melissa’s career as a psychologist has involved work in all sectors of education in Victoria and as such she believes it is imperative to work closely with schools to assist them in supporting the young people she works with.
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