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Every other year,IPPA hosts a global gathering of leading researchers and practitioners to share the latest research and best practices in positive psychology

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To support ongoing learning in positive psychology, IPPA hosts regular webinars with leading scholars and practitioners from our field

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Digests & Dialogues

Digests and Dialogues

Accessible overviews of pertinent topics that we can apply to our work and lives.


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Brief conversations about the application of science.

Psychological Capital
(January 2017)

Positive Psychology as Organizational Potential

An article by Donald Officer, Work & Organizations Division

Power Paradox
(August 2017)

Power Paradox in Organizations

A dialogue between Dacher Keltner, Ph.D. and Balan Nair, Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Liberty Global, facilitated by Bijal Choksi

Job Crafting
(June 2017)

Job Crafting Dialogue

A dialogue between Arnold Baker, Ph.D. and Jessica Londei-Shortall, Division Secretary

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  • Friday

    The Ultimate Wellbeing in Education Conference - Edinburgh


    Feb 28, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM (GMT)
    The Ultimate Wellbeing in Education Conference Join us for what has become a landmark series of events exploring ways in which both student wellbeing and staff wellbeing can be improved in schools, colleges, and universities. An essential day of inspiration and practical workshops focusing on how to improve wellbeing in your school .  Delegates will come away from this conference with advice on how to implement and measure wellbeing, increase student engagement, and will return with a host of practical skills and tactics to use in the classroom to improve students' wellbeing. For more information, and to register today, follow the link below. IPPA members receive a 10% registration discount by using the link below. The discount will automatically populate after clicking "Tickets" if you use the link below. F r iday, February 28, 2020 Fettes College Edinburgh, United Kingdom Website:  Click Here for Edinburgh
    Edinburgh, United Kingdom

  • Wednesday

    Neurodiversity and mental health in Positive Psychology


    Mar 4, 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM (GB)
    Are you interested in neurodiversity and mental health? Are you a Positive Psychology student or practitioner? Then put the 4th March 2020 in your diary!  11am-3pm, St Catherine's House, Tickhill Rd, Doncaster, UK, talks and workshops on how to apply PP to increase well-being, with a focus on Neurodiversity. Partnering with our awesome sponsors, the Positive Psychology Guild, the Positive Psychology Summit: UK team are holding a half-day break out event in Doncaster. Tickets can be purchased on Evenbrite The focus at this event will be on Neurodiversity and the ‘lived experience’ of Positive Psychology and how to use PP to support neurodiversity and mental well-being. These sessions will not be academic - our focus is always on the ‘applying’ of applied PP. Parking is free, and lunch will be provided.  The event will be held at St Catherine’s House, Doncaster. To keep uptodate with news of the #PPSummitUK and our events, sign-up for our mailing list Early bird tickets £59, full price £75. #doncaster #positivepsychology #wellbeing #neurodiversity #inclusion #mentalhealth #newsletter #PPSummitUK #appliedpositivepsychology
    Doncaster, United Kingdom

  • Wednesday

    PPLS Webinar: Harnessing Positive Emotion for Healthy Behavior Change with Judith Moskowitz, Ph.D.,


    Mar 4, 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM (ET)
    How can positive psychology help people respond to significant life stress in a healthier way? IPPA President, Dr. Judith Moskowitz, is a social and health psychologist whose work sheds light on this important question. In this webinar, Dr. Moskowitz will share her research findings on the adaptive role that  positive emotion  can play in helping people cope with significant physical illnesses, and then extrapolate that knowledge more broadly to support positive behavior change (e.g., increasing exercise, reducing substance use). She will also discuss the positive emotion skills intervention that her team has tested in a people experiencing various types of life stress. This webinar will be of interest to everyone, but especially to dementia caregivers and people experiencing health-related stress.