The Clinical Division is excited to share that Strengths-Based Resilience (SBR), a University of Toronto Scarborough program led by Division President Tayyab Rashid, was a recent recipient of the Canadian Association of College and University Student Services (CACUSS)’ Innovation Award. The award recognizes an innovative program or service that exemplifies excellence and serves as a model for other CACUSS […]
Virtual Positive Psychology Peer Consultation Group Pilot: An Interview with Margarita Tarragona and Jennifer Brownstein
Last month, IPPA’s Positive Clinical Psychology Division saw the first pilot for its virtual peer consultation group. Led by Jennifer Brownstein, Psy.D., Margarita Tarragona, Ph.D., and Tayyab Rashid, Ph.D., the group provides a platform through which practitioners can discuss and share how they use positive psychology with their clients. The group aims to provide a supportive, safe environment that […]
IPPA’s Positive Clinical Psychology Division is piloting a six-month, online “positive psychology peer consultation group” starting in March 2018, and is seeking licensed professionals and graduate students to participate.
Applying positive psychology to clinical practice is a relatively new approach. This group will aim to provide a safe space for colleagues to support and learn from each other, and through online discussions, […]
The Positive Clinical Psychology Division of the International Positive Psychology Association is seeking submissions for its peer-reviewed newsletter publication, Positive Clinical Psychology: An International Perspective. The team will accept submissions (ranging from 500 to 2,000 words depending on the type of submission) on a rolling basis. However, in order to be considered for the first issue (Winter 2018), please submit […]
The Positive Clinical Psychology Division has concluded the first round of its inaugural intervention design challenge and has identified five finalists who will present at the Fifth World Congress on Positive Psychology.
The five finalists are:
Unscripted Enactment: The Virtual Gratitude Visit (VGV) by Dan Tomasulo, Ph.D, TEP, MFA, MAPP, of Columbia University, Core Faculty, Spirit, Mind, Body Institute and Adjunct […]
The Positive Clinical Psychology Division of the International Positive Psychology Association is starting a new peer-reviewed publication: Clinical Applications of Positive Psychology: An International Perspective. The publication is intended to be an international forum that focuses on the intersection of positive psychology theory and research and evidence-based clinical practice.
Possible submission categories include:
Empirical reports of clinically based research (1,000-2,000 words)
Did you know that all five of IPPA’s divisions are planning sessions at the Fifth World Congress on Positive Psychology?
Visit the online program to learn more about division sessions, including:
IPPA’s Positive Health and Wellness Division will present the Positive Health Psychology Data Extravaganza, featuring leading researchers in the field of positive health who will share their latest findings in brief, rapid-fire presentations. The Division […]
The IPPA Clinical Division is seeking nominations for an Associate Editor and 10-12 Editorial Board members for its peer-reviewed newsletter: Clinical Applications of Positive Psychology: An International Perspective. These positions will be for a two-year term. The Associate Editor will be assigned submissions to manage by the Editor. Editorial Board members will be asked to review submissions assigned to them within […]