IN THE MEDIA, VIDEOS, ARTICLES AND BEYOND

Embark on a journey through my rich collection of articles, interviews and research illuminating the benefits of humour, laughter and positive psychology. Explore their transformative impact on mental health and wellbeing.

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As a public speaker I frequently share my learnings in front of a crowd – here’s a selection of some moments that got caught on camera.

Why Taylor Swift is good for our mental health

Channel 7's Morning Show

Had a ball joining Channel 7’s Morning Show to chat about why Taylor Swift is a beacon of mental health and happiness. 

Her resilience, coupled with her humor and laughter mindset, uplifts millions worldwide.

Taylor reminds us of the power of positivity even in the face of challenges.

More about how to transform adversity into positivity in my book “The Laughter Effect – How to Build Joy Resilience and Positivity in Your Life

Laughter is NO Laughing Matter

#SHECAN WORLD

Why is laughter no laughing matter you may ask? Well, Ros is here to enlighten us with over two decades of experience, researching, writing, and delivering laughter programs she is aware of its transformative effect on the body, mind, and soul. 

To the power of intentional smiling, laughter, and positivity practices that amplify joy and well-being, even during life’s toughest moments. We all go through ups and downs, be sure to watch until the end for Ros’ top tips.

IS LAUGHTER REALLY THE BEST MEDICINE?​

SEVEN SHARP NZ TV​

Why don’t adults laugh as often as children? What are some “go to” laughter exercises? Tune into this very fun and funny interview to get the lowdown on this healthy high and joyful self-care practice.

The Laughter Effect

Queensland afternoons on ABC Brisbane Radio

Tune into this uplifting chat with Kat Davidson about “The Laughter Effect”. We chat about what makes a joke funny, how as humans we’re wired to smile and laugh and ways to get more humour and levity in our day, even if we’re not feeling particularly merry at the time.

POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY WITH ROS BEN-MOSHE

UNLOCKING JOY, POSITIVITY, AND RESILIENCE

Get ready for an uplifting and empowering experience as Ros shares her knowledge on the multifaceted aspects of positive wellbeing. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to learn from one of the leading voices in the field of Positive Psychology! Let’s unlock the secrets to a happier, more resilient life together!

The Laughter Effect-book on The SHTICK

"THE LAUGHTER EFFECT" WAS LAUNCHED BY COMEDIAN RACHEL BERGER.

Join Ros and Henry as they discuss pathways to joy, levity and humour.

The 'MORE LAUGHTER' Wellbeing Framework

Laughter wellbeing at LearnX Live Summit 2016

Ros discusses her MORE LAUGHTER Wellbeing Framework – a formula to activate positive wellbeing, informed by positive psychology and laughter for wellbeing philosophies. It evolved following Ros‘s bowel cancer diagnosis, to promote healing and wellbeing in the face of illness and adversity. 

Laughter and Optimism, Resilience & Wellbeing

THE HABITS OF AN OPTIMISM

Hosted by The Centre for Optimism’s Chief Optimism Officer Victor Perton and Level Up TV’s Ahmad Imam. Featuring Ros, together with Mary Kay Morrison, author of “Using Humor to Maximize Living” and Noirin Mosley, Creator of Project Optimism.

ABC TV INTERVIEW - THE "LAUGH OUT LOUD (LOL) LAUGHTER YOGA PROGRAM

Laughter - The Elixir of Youth

Ros and La Trobe University colleague, Dr Julie Ellis discuss the success of their “Laugh out Loud (LOL)” program, facilitated in Residential Aged Care Facilities across Victoria. 

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Yes, Taylor Swift Is Actually Good For Your Mental Health

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They say it’s the best medicine...

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Is laughter really the best medicine?

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Why we need to laugh more for our health

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The Party Show

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Could laughing more make us happier and less stressed?

The Laughter Effect is building health and wellbeing

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The health Benefits of laugher are no joke

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Explore the science behind your smile

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Embrace positive experiences in 2022

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3 ways to live well into old age

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Preserving our sense of humour during COVID

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How do we share smiles while wearing a mask?

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Take pleasure in the small things to ease stress

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Life lessons learned from lockdown

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Time to power yourself with compassion

ANXIOUS ABOUT COVID? IT'S OKAY TO BE TERRIFIED

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How to still have a fun Christmas when you're isolating

Love in the time of Coronavirus

Dads’ time to shine online: how laughter can connect and heal

'When I was diagnosed with bowel cancer, I wanted to hide and cry. I did this instead.'

My Shock Diagnosis Of Bowel Cancer Got Me Thinking About How We Define The Disease

7 Reasons Why People Need To Laugh

Want To Live A Long And Happy Life? Start Laughing More Today

Laughter yoga the best medicine at Moorabbin