Monthly Archives: July 2018

BASICS and Essencing as a Positive Psychology Clinical Intervention

July 31, 2018|

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BASICS and Essencing as a Positive Psychology Clinical Intervention

Hein Zegers (licensed clinical psychologist & multilingual researcher)

Els Verheyen (licensed clinical psychologist & social worker)

Background

The research that resulted in the development of this intervention started out as […]

A Longitudinal Study of Orthopedic Rehabilitation Patients

July 31, 2018|

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A Longitudinal Study of Orthopedic Rehabilitation Patients: Physical Activity, Subjective Health and Positive Affect

Shu Ling, Tana*, Yan Ping, Duanb, Sonia Lippkeac

aDepartment of Psychology and Methods, Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine, Jacobs University Bremen, Campus Ring 1, 28759 Bremen, Germany. Email: s.tan@jacobs-university.de

bDepartment of Physical Education, Faculty of Social Sciences, Hong Kong Baptist […]

What is Positive Clinical Psychology (PCP) and Why is it Needed?

July 31, 2018|


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What is Positive Clinical Psychology (PCP) and Why is it Needed?

Corresponding Author: Tayyab Rashid, Ph.D., C. Psych.

Clinical psychology, counselling psychology, social work, psychiatry, and other mental health domains have traditionally focused on alleviating symptoms, dysfunctions, […]

Clinical Division Webinars

July 31, 2018|

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Crisis Response Planning for Suicidal Patients: An Introduction,
presented by Craig Bryan, Psy.D.
September 17, 2018, 2:00-3:30 pm EST
PsychAlive

Description: A widely-used strategy for managing acute suicide risk is the contract for safety, also known as the no-suicide contract. Despite its widespread use across mental health and medical settings, accumulating consensus is that this approach may be ineffective. Alternative […]

Clinical Division Conferences

July 31, 2018|

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Third International Conference on Wellbeing and Public Policy
September 5-7, 2018
Wellington, New Zealand
New Zealand Parliament Buildings & Victoria University of Wellington
More Information: http://www.confer.nz/wellbeingandpublicpolicy2018/

Second International Conference on Well-Being
November 1-2, 2018
Singapore University of Social Sciences, Singapore
More Information: http://www.suss.edu.sg/microsites/SASS/WB2018/index.html

Division Leadership

July 31, 2018|

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Student Spotlight: Sierra Trudel

July 31, 2018|

Who is Sierra Trudel?

 

Hello SIPPA readers! First I’d like to explain a bit about my journey into positive psychology and how that has lead to the person I am today. My passion for positive psychology began while I was working for a yoga based retail company. This company was transformational. Beginning as a part-time employee, I was taught […]

Learn It, Be It: Grounding Through Senses

July 31, 2018|

by Sierra Trudel

SIPPA President

 
“All our knowledge begins with the senses.”

-Immanuel Kant
 

Western society is plagued with the detrimental effects of daily stress. The contemporary lifestyle in the United States, characterized by a 24/7 economy and on-the-go lifestyle, is leaving its citizens with feelings of tension, overwhelming stress, feeling rushed, and restless. These experiences often lead to damaging health effects. Stress […]

Positive Prose

July 31, 2018|

“The Hope Circuit” by Martin Seligman

From hopelessness to deeply enriched optimism, Martin Seligman examines his personal accounts with the development of the field of psychology and how positive psychology flourished. This memoir boasts compelling stories of Dr. Seligman’s major findings within psychology, including, fostering positive education, the launch of the US Army’s Master Resilience Program for soldiers, and debunking […]

Volunteer Opportunities with IPPA!

July 9, 2018|

The International Positive Psychology Association has a number of volunteer opportunities available for scholars, practitioners and students who wish to contribute to the field on a broad scale.

Opportunities range from publication editor to social media champion. Please take a moment to review IPPA’s many opportunities today!