Members of IPPA’s Work and Organizations Division are in the process of electing a new President-Elect. Four applicants for the position have posted their biographies and statements of purpose online. Division members will have two weeks (until August 26, 2018) to review these applications and ask questions of the applicants in the comments section of each applicants’ post. One the […]
Call for Proposals courtesy of Special Issue Editor, Dr. Acacia C. Parks
IPPA members enjoy a discounted subscription rate to the print edition of the Journal of Positive Psychology. For more information about this benefit, members can contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Proposals are due September 1, 2018
The Journal of Positive Psychology is seeking proposals for an upcoming special issue on new advancements in the […]
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 […]
Did you miss the Positive Education Division (IPPAEd)’s pre-conference at the 9th European Conference on Positive Psychology, or IPEN’s World Positive Education Accelerator?
You are in luck! IPPAEd is holding a virtual panel webinar to hear from Division members and leaders who will share what they learned or presented at both conferences.
Update: Watch the recording of the panel discussion below!
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!
The Austrian Positive Psychology Association (APPA) will hold their annual conference on August 24 – 25, 2018, at the Institute for Positive Psychology and Mental Coaching in Graz, Austria.
The program will feature lectures and workshops on topics such as therapy and counseling, education, personal growth, and more.
Please visit the event website for further details and registration.
Will you attend or present […]
The Mexican Positive Psychology Association (SMPP) will hold their 2nd International Congress of Positive Psychology on November 9 – 10, 2018, in Mexico City, Mexico.
Attendees will connect with colleagues, learn from well-being researchers and practitioners including Dr. Margarita Tarragona (IPPA Council of Advisors) and Dr. Michael Steger (IPPA Board member), and participate in workshops and symposia on applying positive psychology […]
Frederick Brown and Lisa Miller are the co-editors of division publication The Chronicle of Advances in Positive Health and Well-Being, which has just published its first issue.
Dr. Frederick M. Brown is an Associate Professor of Psychology as well as the Director of the Human Performance Rhythms Laboratory at The Pennsylvania State University. He is a faculty member in the graduate cognitive psychology program and a teaching […]
IPPA’s Positive Health and Wellness Division recently published the first issue of its new bi-annual newsletter, Chronicle of Advances in Positive Health and Well-Being.
The publication will serve as a “reception hall” for exchanging ideas among the division’s diverse membership of basic and clinical scientists, practitioners, and trainers. It will share the latest research related to health maintenance, total well-being, and illness prevention.
IPPA’s professional and student divisions are fast becoming the primary vehicle through which members can connect, learn and contribute to our field year-round. We are seeking candidates for multiple volunteer roles within divisions.
We are currently recruiting candidates for the following elected Officer roles:
President-Elect, Work and Organizations Division
Secretary, Work and Organizations Division
President-Elect, Positive Clinical Psychology Division