Moving Forward with Resilience and Perseverance

In last week’s episode of On the Red Dot, Puddleworld – a collaboration project in support of cancer by InHerShoes and TSPP – was once again featured alongside other commendable individuals. Though each of them faced different challenges, they shared a common trait – they pushed forth instead of letting setbacks get them down. Knowingly or…

Keep your 2014 New Year Resolutions with Positive Psychology

Stay on top of your NY resolutions this year with Positive Psychology! Set your goals mindfully, taking carefully into consideration all the steps that need to be taken and the meaning that they hold to you. Good luck!

In Defence of Christmas: A Positive Psychology Perspective

The route to TSPP has been a visual feast lately, thanks to Hitachi and their ornamental lights strewn all over Orchard Road. Like us folks at TSPP, you too might have noticed that the malls are crawling with Christmas shoppers. Christmas is commonly celebrated by Christians and non-Christians alike, but it has drawn its fair…

Enhancing Eustress while Coping with Distress

We deal with stress almost every day. The word “stress” always hangs on the edge whenever things get tough at work or home. According to Selye (1956), bad stress or distress is a feeling experienced when a person perceives that “demands exceed what that individual is capable of doing.” It relates to the negative physiological,…

TSPP Professional Diploma in Psychotherapy: Hands On Training

Mindy, our Psychotherapy graduate,explains why she took up our course even though she already had a Bachelor in Psychology under her belt, “At the undergraduate level, a lot of what we learn is generally quite theory-based … For an assignment, we were asked to record our work with real-life clients.” Mindy now works in the mental…