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Resilience with Positive Psychology

The Science of Wellbeing

Course Details

Date:     TBC
Time:    10am-5pm
Venue:  College House, Townsend Street, Dublin 2
Fees:     €85 (€75 for PCI College Students & Graduates)

Positive Psychology is a science of optimum human functioning. Put simply, it is a study of you at your best. Psychologists all around the world dipped into the latest science, in an attempt to find the best activities to help you live your live to the full. Their quest culminates in an array of evidence-based interventions many of which will be discussed during this programme. This session is a story-telling of the best nuggets of positive psychology knowledge that everyone needs to know in order to live a good life. It is your treat to yourself and your family, who will reap the benefits of your newly acquired knowledge.

During this session you will discover a lot about yourself. You will:

  • Find out what your strengths are and how you can use them to cope with life challenges, improve your well-being and work performance
  • Discover a very simple evidence-based technique to help you become a more optimistic thinker
  • Explore why passion for someone or something can sometimes be bad for you
  • Learn the latest research and activities on how to overcome relationship breakup, job loss, daily frustrations or common boredom
  • Find out what you can do to become more disciplined, motivated to do the things you want to pursue, but have no energy to do.
  • Explore how you can develop courage, forgiveness, hope, perseverance and become the authentic self
  • Know what you can do to help your children become more resilient in life
  • Find out what YOU can do to boost your skills of resilience

and many more

This is an all in one session that will leave you full of ideas and inspired. It will open up the door for you into the world that could potentially change your life.



Dr. Jolanta Burke

Dr Jolanta Burke is a Senior Lecturer in Masters in Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology at the University of East London. She guest lectures in Trinity College Dublin, where she designed and delivers a module on Psychology in Business informed by Positive Psychology findings. She has published extensively and spoke at many conferences in Ireland and abroad. Last year, the Irish Times acknowledged her as one of 30 people who make Ireland a better place. Her latest book: Happiness after 30: The paradox of aging is available on Amazon. For more information please go to www.jolantaburke.com




 

What our Students Say

The enthusiasm of the facilitator and the neuroscience aspect of positive psychology is very interesting
Johanne Kenny

What our Students Say

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