Existential Psychology for the Self (1-day programme)
What is the meaning of life? Is there a point to our existence? And, amidst heaps of tasks and responsibilities, how do we achieve true freedom and find purpose in what we do?
At an era where we are constantly bombarded with sensory and information overload, self-care has never been more important. Paying attention to our inner life should be a priority, not a luxury. Using principles and concepts from Existential Psychology, we can discover new insights for the self and grow.
If you find yourself pondering about your purpose in life, or face existential dilemmas in relationships and career path, Existential Psychology could help you pave the way for a more deliberate and meaningful way of being in the world. This 1-day programme allows you to perceive the world from an Existential lens and develop new skills to flourish and thrive.
What You Will Learn
Through the lens of existential philosophical ideas and psychological knowledge of personal growth, the course will examine:
- Ways to craft meaning in life.
- The notion of “feeling stuck” and how to address it.
- How to “be anxious in the right way” and its role in establishing new habits for positive life change.
- Insights and skills relevant to accomplishing the best version of oneself
- How to ‘feel at home with oneself’
Date: 24 Aug 2019 (Sat)
Award: Certificate in Existential Psychology for the Self
S$642 w/GST for Existential Psychology for the Self
10% Early Bird – Valid till 15 July 2019
10% Discount for APACS members / Local & Overseas Students (present valid ID or student pass for verification)
The School of Positive Psychology 100 Orchard Road #03-20/21,
Concorde Hotel & Shopping Mall S(238840)
Nearest MRT stations: Somerset MRT / Dhoby Ghaut MRT
About the Speaker: Professor Aneta D. Tunariu
Dr Aneta is a Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological Society, Professor of Applied Psychology and the Dean of a pioneering School of Psychology in London, UK. Aneta is active in the national and international arenas through her work as a seasoned lecturer, researcher, consultant and practitioner. Her overarching specialism is the development and implementation of Psychological Interventions that are underpinned by Existential Philosophy and its translation into psychological and therapeutic practice.