EVENT RESCHEDULED: Now Thursday, 23 March 2017
Positive psychology is the science of individual and community thriving. It has many applications across the fields of psychology from clinical practice to education, community and organisations. If you have completed the Positive Psychology #1 workshop or have a good basic understanding of the field, then this workshop is for you. Want to extend your knowledge and explore more material around this topic?
This workshop will look at research findings from the field of positive psychology, and demonstrate ways to integrate this research and practice into your own life and professional practice.
The workshop is a mix of theory, research and applied skills delivered in an interactive and engaging format. We will cover topics such as:
- The wellbeing impact of mindfulness
- Meaning and purpose in life
- Hope, mindset and accomplishment
- How to integrate positive psychology with other psychological approaches?
This program is suitable for health professionals with an interest in wellbeing science (e.g., positive psychology, ACT, mindfulness and acceptance based approaches). This workshop is a follow up to Positive Psychology #1: Wellbeing Basics, however if you already have some prior knowledge or experience with of positive psychology you are also welcome to attend.
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will have gained:
- Extended knowledge of current positive psychology theory and research
- The ability to apply theory and research to your personal and professional life
- Understand of how positive psychology principals can be integrated with more traditional psychological frameworks.
About the presenter(s)
Jo Mitchell is a clinical psychologist with a PhD in wellbeing science. She is the Co-founder of The Mind Room, a health, wellbeing and performance psychology practice in Melbourne. She consults to a range of organizations, including the AFL Players Association, on mental health and wellbeing of individuals and groups. Jo is on the Board of Action for Happiness Australia, a community based not-for-profit. Jo’s work is informed by ACT, mindfulness and positive psychology. She has a passion for finding creative and engaging ways to share wellbeing science.
Please make sure you read the group description and details carefully before registering for a study group. CANCELLATION POLICY: As we keep study group fees to a minimum and presenters are paid according to the numbers who attend, we prefer not to provide refunds other than for 'exceptional, unforeseeable circumstances'. We are happy for you to nominate an alternative attendee or you may transfer to another study group, but only within 2 months as this adds extra admin costs. Cancellations up to 14 days prior to the study group you are registered for will receive a full refund. Cancellations within 1-13 days of the study group will receive a 50% refund. Cancellations within 24 hours of a study group will not be refunded. All cancellations must be given in writing.