#Psypop

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Please enjoy my music videos providing content on mental health research based

psychological coping skills

Shalhavit-Simcha's music videos merge research based coping skills alongside individuals sharing their experiences. She appreciates sciences' reassuring bellcurve: while research indicates what works for most people, you discover what works for YOU.

"I particularly enjoyed the song where you say 'I Love People'. Because this is the best thing that we can do while we ARE HERE in this world"

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Her Excellency Ms. Maria Teresa Mesquita Pessôa

Ambassador of Brazil in Nepal

"..I will now forever think of you as the Lady Gaga of Personal Empowerment! 

The joy, the glitter, the tackling demons until they turn into angels - what you are doing SERIOUSLY matters. And rocks!"

Shannon Cutts,

CEO MetorConnectEd

I am Art
At BBC Scotland!
Ready to sing?
Graduating Harvard
NYC Body Diversity Performance
This Skin
Love is Love! #rainbow #diversity
Body Image Song Performance
Every Color Is Beautiful
Live Your Dream
Golfing in Florida
Magical World of Fairy Festivals
Harvard University Commencement
Harvard University Happiness Project
Full Blown Self Expression
Yeah Outdoors Is Magic
Album Cover
Academic Comedian Club
Bold Leadership
UK  Burners
Be Realistic
Sister Sparkle Joy
A Visual Journey on Soul Mending
Princess of the Nile
#PloyPride Love Is Love!
Worth Getting to Know
Body Shaming Not Ok

ONLINE PERFORMANCES

Sharing with you our live performance with the little kids from the orphanage of Jeewan Utthan Children Home. Together we party on zoom playing capoeira, learning morals from the animals with wisdom of animal fu, dance dance, sing sing along, heal ourselves and others, share amazing energies 

Deep inside I REALLY believe that when we  CELEBRATE, the angels above are dancing and saying "FINALLY, they GOT IT".

#PosiPop, #PsyPop

PsyPop stands for Psychology Pop. It is a subset genre of PosiPop, which are positive songs that contain constructive messages.  

Mental Wellness is defined as “a state of well-being in which the individual realizes his or her own abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to his or her community.” (The World Health Organization, 2004). Shalhavit-Simcha writes uncommon songs based on positive psychology research. “The Mind State of Flow”, “Is it OK to Have a Bad Day”, “Gratitude Journals” and “Body Image to Soul Image” are some of the first published songs. Stay tuned for "Self Perception", Powerful Empowerment", "I Love Human Beings" and coming asap is "What Do You Want to Create?".