The only positive psychology organization with an International Leader Position
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Find a mentor! SIPPA’s Mentoring Program was developed as a way to provide a continued commitment to providing students support at all levels of professional growth and development. This program helps connect current graduate and undergraduate students with professionals and other graduate students who are interested in providing mentorship. The vision and intention of the program are to create authentic and meaningful relationships within the positive psychology community and to see our community grow and thrive. You can now use IPPA Engage to search for available mentors! Just click on Member Directory and select Find Mentors to search for a mentor near you or with your interests.
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SIPPA’s Student Speaker Series celebrates the student experience and perspective through live online interviews and presentations with students who are making an impact in the field of positive psychology. The Series will provide an opportunity for students to learn from one another, as well as to build speaking and presentation skills in front of an international community.
Rémi Thériault ~ Investigating the Effects of Mental Versus Embodied Perspective -Taking on Prejudice
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East meets West: Integrative Medicine, Positive Psychology, and Self-Care
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Positive Psychology and Tic Disorders
Positive Psychology and Ageing – Acceptance, Hope and Self-compassion in Older Adults
Excellence in Teaching
SIPPA welcomes applications from prospective student presenters on a rolling basis. Please send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your application should include 1) a CV, and 2) a brief letter of interest including an explanation of why you want to be our next student speaker and a description of your proposed presentation topic (with relevant citations for the science your work or presentation will include). Referenced research should be published in peer-reviewed journals. Applications of the science should be accompanied by references to the science upon which the application is based as well as evidence of its effectiveness. Submissions should avoid commercialism. Questions? Contact us at email@example.com
Judith Moskowitz, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL, United States
Positive Psychology Interventions (PPIs) are specifically aimed at ...
Sonja Lyubomirsky UC Riverside, Santa Monica, CALIFORNIA, United States
Nearly two decades ago, Lyubomirsky and colleagues introduced the happiness pie chart to provide ...
Wilibald Ruch, University of Zurich, Zürich, ZüRICH, Switzerland
Strengths research has started at the 1999 Cayman taxonomy meeting ("The Roots of A Positive Life") ...
Martin Seligman & Mandy Seligman,
University of Pennsylvania, WYNNEWOOD, PENNSYLVANIA, United States
We present a personal history of the founding of Positive ...
Meike Bartels, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Amsterdam, NOORD HOLLAND, Netherlands Abstract: Well-being and its assumed relationship with health benefits constitute a growing area of ...
Congratulations to the Positive Health and Wellness Division for producing a "Data Blitz" at the 6th World Congress on Positive Psychology. Watch the video to learn from some of the ...
Congratulations to the IPPAEd Division for producing a wonderful session at the 6th World Congress. Watch the video to learn more about how positive education looks in China, UK, South ...
Congratulations to members of the Positive Clinical Psychology Division who participated in the 2nd Clinical Case Study Challenge. Please watch five practitioners present their cases ...
Congratulations to the Work and Organizations Division members for producing the 2nd Annual Positive Organizational Intervention Challenge. Click below to watch the finalists' presentations ...
IPPA and the esteemed speakers at the 6th World Congress on Positive Psychology are proud to present you with this collection of 30 videos! This video collection includes keynote and ...
One page summaries.
Brief conversations about the application of science.
A dialogue between Donald Officer, Work and Org Division, Jane Dutton and Monica Worline
An article by Donald Officer, Work & Organizations Division
A dialogue between Dacher Keltner, Ph.D. and Balan Nair, Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Liberty Global, facilitated by Bijal Choksi
A dialogue between Arnold Baker, Ph.D. and Jessica Londei-Shortall, Division Secretary
Digests & Dialogues
Meghana (Meg) Warren
Joel Milam, PhD
Gail Ironson M.D., Ph.D.
Dr. Sandeep Kulshrestha, CEO
Rhea Owens, PhD.
Dr. Willow Saloum, Psy.D
Tayyab Rashid, Ph.D.
Past Division President
Peer Consultation Group Co-Leader & Executive Clinical Council Member
Peer Consultation Group Co-Leader & Membership Representative
Executive Clinical Council Member
Matthew A. White, PhD
Dr. Margaret Kern
Mrs. Mahabbeh Mowakket
Secretary, Communication & Community Lead
SIPPA Newsletter Editor
Student Speaker Series Co-Chair
Monica Elvira Gutierrez Mesino
Positive Work and Organizations: Research and Practice (PWORP), focuses on promoting the study and application of positive psychological concepts in organizational settings.
THE CHRONICLE OF ADVANCES IN POSITIVE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
Abstract: After studying hope with C.R. Snyder and Shane Lopez and observing the association between ...
IPPA's student division, SIPPA, is pleased to present the first installment in a new, volunteer-led webinar ...
Abstract: As a follow-up to her thought-provoking, TED-style talk at the 5 th World Congress, Dr. ...
The official, peer-reviewed publication of the Clinical Division of the International Positive Psychology Association. It is intended to be an international forum that focuses on the intersection of positive psychology theory and research and evidence-based clinical practice.