Presenters: Jennifer Brownstein, Psy.D.; Rhea Owens, Ph.D. (host); Tayyab Rashid, Ph.D.; Willow Saloum, Psy.D.; & Margarita Tarragona, Ph.D.
Description: Leaders and practicing clinicians from the Positive Clinical Psychology Division of the International Positive Psychology Association hosted a Q&A webinar on how to continue working effectively and infusing positive psychological practices into clinical work during COVID-19. Tips, strategies, best practices, and resources in positive psychology were shared.

Recorded on April 23, 2020


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