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IPPA’s members-only Positive Psychology Leader Series will welcome presenter Dr. Jennifer Cheavens on October 16, 2019.
Join us for:
Hope Therapy and a Novel Approach to Psychopathology Interventions
with Jennifer Cheavens, Ph.D.
October 16, 2019
5:00 PM – 6:00 PM ET
After studying hope with C.R. Snyder and Shane Lopez and observing the association between hope and depression, suicidal ideation, and anxiety, Dr. Cheavens and colleagues […]
The 6th World Congress on Positive Psychology in Melbourne, Australia, was a great success! More than 1600 delegates from 60 countries came together to learn about the latest positive psychology science and research-based applications. We invite you to join the thousands of IPPA members who are still savoring the experience by joining IPPA today.
As a member, you will be […]
If you are curious to learn what is new in positive psychology but were unable to attend the 6th World Congress on Positive Psychology in Melbourne, Australia last month, now you can subscribe to IPPA’s 6th World Congress Highlights Pass!
Subscribe to the 6th World Congress Highlight Pass to access six featured presentations from the 6th World Congress on Positive […]
As a follow-up to her thought-provoking, TED-style talk at the 5th World Congress, Dr. Shelly Gable will be enlightening us on new research in capitalization and active constructive responding (ACR) in interpersonal relationships. This includes benefits to the person, benefits to the relationship, and the importance of perceived responsiveness as a core mechanism. She will also describe new and exciting work in […]
The impact of nature on the human psyche is felt by anyone who has strolled through the woods or gazed upon a quiet lake. Recently, researchers have theorized a concept called “nature relatedness (NR)” which has been tested in empirical settings to investigate the connection between nature and happiness, psychological well-being, and even prosocial behavior. In this webinar, Dr. […]
IPPA’s Award Program recognizes the accomplishments of leaders who make important contributions to the field through research, practice, thought-leadership, and service.
At the Sixth World Congress on Positive Psychology in Melbourne, Australia, IPPA bestowed the following awards on deserving IPPA members:
Christopher J. Peterson Gold Award
Outstanding Practitioner Award
Raymond D. Fowler Service Award
Early Career Researcher
IPPA Engage is a new members-only community that allows members to connect, learn and share information year-round and from anywhere in the world.
IPPA Engage features:
Member profiles – introduce yourself, highlight your work and experiences
Searchable member directory – find colleagues from around the world based on shared topics of interest, geography, workplace, educational background, profession, and other search […]
Flourish: A Strengths-Based Approach to Foster Resilience & Wellbeing Among University Students
June 11, 2019*
6:30PM – 7:30PM ET
Abstract: The university campus is a fertile setting for students to flourish – i.e., to grow intellectually, socially and emotionally and to translate this growth into action, habit and purpose. This webinar presents Flourish, a collaborative endeavour at the University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC), […]
Attention International Delegates! What you need to know for your trip to #Australia for the #WCPP2019!
Be sure to check your VISA status and ensure you apply early. For more information: www.ippaworldcongress.org/international-delegates
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