Intro to CAPP with Louis Alloro
Tuesday February 7, 2017 at 8pm EST.
Putting Positive Psychology into Practice Panels (P5)
P5 – Putting Positive Psychology into Practice Panels is a free program we offer on the second and fourth Tuesdays. We’ll be running a Panel Discussion featuring positive psychology practitioners discussing their experience using PP.
Classes take place at 8:00pm Eastern with Louis Alloro. Registration is free.
|January 24th||Positive Psychology in Education|
|February 21st||Positive Psychology for Parents|
|March 7th||Positive Psychology for Coaches|
|March 21st||Positive Psychology for Wellness|
|March 28th||Positive Psychology in the Business/Workplace|
Intro to CAPP
Thursday February 16, 2017 from 12 – 1pm EST
Want to know what’s coming up next?
Complete the form below and we’ll let you know what’s happening in your area. We’ll also send you a detailed description and outline about the Certificate in Positive Psychology course.
Tuesdays With Teachers
Tuesdays With Teachers: Putting Positive Psychology into Practice is a free program we offer on the second and fourth Tuesdays to share examples of how positive psychology and the research science has the potential to transform people’s lives.
Classes take place at 8:00pm Eastern, and each class features one of our faculty members. Registration is free.
Tuesdays With Teachers Schedule:
Wednesday, February 11, 2015 • 6:00 – 7:30PM PST
Join us for an intro to Positive Psychology and CAPP: Certificate in Applied Positive Psychology. Take your personal AND professional life to new heights. This will be an evening well worth your time. Hope to see you and go ahead and spread the word!
Click here to register for free!
CAPP Live Information Session
Wednesday, January 28 • 6:00PM-7:30PM
CAPP Virtual Information Session
Thursday, January 29, 2015 • 8:00PM
Come learn about our program as you sip tea in the comfort of your own home! All you need is a phone line and/or internet connection.
Wednesday, June 3 • 7:00-8:30 PM EST
Join us for an intro to Positive Psychology and CAPP: Certificate in Applied Positive Psychology. Take your personal AND professional life to new heights. Join us to learn more.
No registration needed – just show up (and bring a friend)!
Success Strategies: Resilience
Monday, February 2, 2015 • 12:00PM-1:30PM
Did you know that scientists are studying contributing factors to wellbeing and happiness — and that these are essential to success in life? Today’s topic is RESILIENCE. Come learn what it is and what science has to say about it’s AMAZINGLY tremendous effect on our wellbeing — with practical tools for everyday application.
Be a part of this SOMO (SOcial-eMOtional) Learning Lab and gain access to
your personal power to get SO’MO of what you want out of life AND work.
Strategies are grounded in research from fields like positive psychology, mindfulness, cognitive neuroscience, mind-body medicine, business best practice and more.
Feel free to bring your lunch!
Impact Hub Philadelphia inspires and advances ideas for a better world. Around the world, Impact Hub provides place, content, and community for people taking collaborative action. You can learn more about Impact Hub Philadelphia at: http://philadelphia.impacthub.net and please feel free to come early (or stay late) and check out/use the space prior to our Meetup.
Special Event: Peak Performance for Athletes
Wednesday, February 4 • 7:00PM
Calling all athletes interested in PEAK performance: Come learn what science has to say about mindset, resilience, rejuvenation and more.
We will have information on our Certificate in Applied Positive Psychology (CAPP) program as well.
Event is free and 20% off in-store shopping.
Tuesdays with Teachers: Vulnerability
Tuesday September 6, 2016 • 8:00 PM
You know that uncomfortable feeling of admitting you don’t have all the answers, or that feeling raw exposure of being the first to say I love you? When we put ourselves in a place of emotional risk and uncertainty, it makes us feel vulnerable. When we experience the discomfort of vulnerability, we often perceive it as a sign of weakness and try to quickly avoid that feeling of emotional exposure. However, far from being a weakness, the capacity to embrace vulnerability is an incredible strength. Learn how working with the discomfort of vulnerability can be a catalyst for deeper connection, courageous action, and serve as an antidote to combat shame.
Tuesdays with Teachers: Purpose
Tuesday September 13, 2016 • 8:00 PM
Who am I? Why am I here? What is my purpose on earth? Positive Psychology can offer answers. Using proven tools to uncover your true strengths, passions, and wisdom, you can identify your true essence, and create a path forward in life. In this week’s Tuesdays with Teachers, CAPP Miami faculty, Carin Rockind will help you navigate your purpose. Also known as “PurposeGirl”, she will use science to discuss why the search is so hard, what purpose actually is, and offer a framework to begin uncovering your purpose. Join us for this inspiring and motivating session.
CAPP Info Night
Tuesday September 20, 2016 • 8:00 PM
Do you have questions about Positive Psychology? Would you like to know more about how the CAPP program can help you make a bigger difference in people’s lives?
Tonight will give you the opportunity to connect with our CAPP Faculty, experience a taste of the Certificate in Applied Positive Psychology content, learn flourishing tools that you can apply into your personal and professional life and learn more about how people use PP.
Tuesdays with Teachers: CBT+ from ABC to ABCDEFGHI
Tuesday September 27, 2016 • 8:00 PM
Cognitive behavioral therapy is considered to be one of the most effective forms of therapy. It’s been around since the 1960s and is a therapeutic approach to helping people who are stuck in an emotional state such as depression or anxiety. We’ve taken the best of CBT and given it a 2016 makeover based on positive psychology research and years of experience working with students, clients and teams. Join us for this overview of CBT and learn about our approach to CBT+. It will give you a simple formula for working through life’s challenges and help you navigate helping others do the same.
Tuesdays with Teachers: Willpower
Tuesday October 11, 2016 • 8:00 PM
Whenever I mention that I am delivering a workshop on willpower, so many people say ‘Teach me!’ Many of us know what the ‘right’ thing to do is. So why do so many of struggle to reach our goals? Often it is because we lack the knowledge we need to stay self-regulated. Willpower gives us the strength to show up in the world in ways that we want to show up. Do you want to know how to more easily control your food cravings, exercise habits, focus, emotions and financial spending? In this one-hour webinar Louisa Jewell will share the latest insights about the science of willpower, how it gets depleted and how you can get more of it in your life. Learn how to stay focused, resist temptation, conquer procrastination and create healthy habits to empower you to live your best life.
About Bill Fair, MAPP, JD
Bill has a passion for helping people to pursue their full potential in both their professional and personal lives. A proven business leader and manager with over two decades of experience coaching and leading an international team for one of the world’s largest financial services firms, Bill believes that people who are flourishing in their lives are not only happier but are more efficient, effective, creative and make fewer mistakes, not to mention a lot more fun to be around. Bill received his Masters degree in Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania and utilizes the tools and techniques produced by positive psychology’s rigorous scientific study, to help individuals and organizations to flourish. Bill’s other passions include his family, fitness, travel, and skiing.
About Sherri Fisher, MAPP, JD
As a Positive Psychology pioneer, Sherri is the world’s first learning specialist to have earned University of Pennsylvania’s MAPP degree. She co-authored the first study to explore efforts to measure the extent to which positive psychology interventions, some of which have already been shown to increase happiness and resilience and decrease the likelihood of depression, can be employed toward those ends within school systems. She is co-author of the popular positive education book SMART Strengths: Building Character, Resilience and Relationships in Youth. Sherri has also written over 50 Positive Psychology research-based articles and has contributed to the books Resilience and Gratitude.
About Carin Rockind, MAPP
A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania (where she has also served as adjunct faculty) Carin was one of the first 250 people in the world to earn a Masters in Applied Positive Psychology. She has spent years at the intersection where science meets real life, helping people leverage one to improve the other, building upon their strengths, breaking free of old obstacles, regaining courage and learning how to create lives they love. Carin is a regular contributor to national media: She’s the Motivation Expert for YouBeauty.com, has appeared on NBC, CBS, PBS, NPR, Crains Business, and is the Happiness Guru on Sirius XM’s Cosmo Radio. She also hosts her own show, “Happy Hour,” on the Lifestyle Talk Radio Network. Most recently, she became an international best-selling author for her contribution to Pebbles in the Pond: Wave Three.