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Introduction to Positive Psychology

Since the birth of Positive Psychology in 1998, there has been a fundamental shift in psychology from studying what is wrong with us, to studying what is right with us. This study of what makes life fulfilling, meaningful and worthwhile has created a new and flourishing field which has much to offer every single one of us. Professor Martin Seligman, the founder of Positive Psychology, after many years of research, created a five-sided model of well-being called the PERMA model.... [More]
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Introduction to Counselling Techniques

Psychology is the study of human behaviour. Assisting clients in their journey of change, theorists have developed therapeutic techniques. This workshop provides an introductory overview of five main therapeutic techniques which have been used by many psychologists and counsellors. Note: There will be short breaks for morning and afternoon tea and a break for lunch – lunch is NOT included. COURSE OUTLINE Cognitive-Behavioural therapy. Person-Centered therapy. Narrative therapy.... [More]
Introduction to Counselling Techniques
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Applying Behavioural Theories to Everyday Life

Psychology is the study of human behaviour. John Watson was the founder of behaviourism with his ‘Little Albert experiment’ which led to his theory of classical conditioning. Ivan Pavlov won a Nobel prize in 1904 for his work with salivating dogs and his continuing work of Classical conditioning. Edward Thorndike proposed the Law of effect with operant conditioning. Burrhus Skinner used the Skinner box extending the theory of operant conditioning. Through operant conditioning... [More]
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Positive Psychology for Seniors

Over the last 18 years, psychology has undergone a fundamental shift from focusing on what is wrong with us, to focusing on what is right with us. What are our strengths and gifts? What’s the role of hope, love, joy, serenity and other positive emotions? How can we live meaningfully at all stages of life? Professor Martin Seligman, one of the founders of Positive Psychology created the PERMA model of well-being, which stands for Positive Emotions, Engagement, Relationships Meaning... [More]

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