National Psychology Week- Type, Stress, Pressure and Change
|Presenters||Draga Jevtic and Abigail Scott|
|Description||Recent research shows that 12% of Australians report experiencing levels of stress in the severe range, about 30% experience depressive symptoms, and about 25% experience anxiety. Why is it that some people are able to manage stress, while others are crippled by it? While stress is a necessary by-product of living in a rapidly changing world, it has both beneficial and destructive effects. How can we, as practitioners, understand and cope with this reality?
This session will examine the connection between stress and personality focusing on how to understand, recognise and approach stress, particularly how the unique Tense/Calm scale in the Golden Personality Type Profiler can assist us in understanding this. The Golden instrument is underpinned by Jung's Theory of Type as well as the Five Factor model of personality and identifies both a 4-letter Jungian type and a 5th element for stress.
|About the presenter(s)||Draga Jevtic is a registered organisational psychologist and has almost 20 years' experience in Psychology, the last 15 years in various Organisational roles both as an internal and external consultant. Draga is a Consultant Organisational Psychologist for Pearson TalentLens and member of the APS College of Organisational Psychologists (COP), Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI), and the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD).
Abigail Scott is a UK Registered Organisational Psychologist. She has held roles as an internal psychologist in the military (UK) and as an external consultant working with public and private sector organisations across the UK. Abigail is a Talent Assessment Consultant for Pearson TalentLens and has 8 years' experience in psychometric test development.
|Location||VIC Metro, Australia|
123 Queen Street, Melbourne CBD
Please contact the event organiser to confirm if this venue is wheelchair accessible
|Start/End Date||14 Nov 2012|
|Time||6 for a 6.30pm Start- 7.30pm Finish|
|Cost||Free to everyone!|
|Organiser||College of Organisational Psychologists (COP)|
|Contact Name||Jessica Towicz|