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Psychologists here to help

NEXT week is National Psychology Week and Bundaberg will take part with its Think Well Be Well campaign.

Running from tomorrow until next Saturday, the week is an initiative of the Australian Psychological Society and aims to show how proven methods used by psychologists can help people overcome challenges they face and lead happier lives.

CQUniversity psychologist Linda De George-Walker will be participating in a panel discussion on November 13 at CQUniversity from 5.50pm.

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