As the leader of Positive Psychology in South East Asia, The School of Positive Psychology (TSPP) is holding the inaugural Positive Psychology Day on 4 May 2019. This event will be the first to be held in Singapore, and we aim to raise greater awareness of Positive Psychology – the scientific study of happiness – and to equip individuals with skills to flourish and achieve increased overall wellbeing.
The event will take place on 4 May, Saturday from 11:00 am – 6:00 pm.
Rundown for the day:
- 11:00 – 12:30 | Resilience Workshop
- 12:45 – 2:15 | Positive Reframing Workshop
- 2:30 – 4:00 | Positive Relationship Workshop
- 4:15 – 5:45 | Positive Communication Workshop
Please call 6884 5161 or whatsapp 8792 0415 should you need more clarifications.
Date: 4 May 2019
Time: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
S$20 w/GST per workshop
*SPECIAL FULL DAY access at S$60/GST
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
Resilience Workshop 11:00 – 12:30
The world we live in is different from the world our grandparents have experienced. In our world, it is often said that change is the only constant. If this is so, how does one cope with rapid changes powerfully in many areas of our lives? How does one deal with the various critical life transition periods and emerge with minimal negative impact? How does one deal effectively with unexpected circumstances that come our way? Resilience comes into play during times like these. Though complex and unique to individuals, resilience is a skill that can be learned, build upon and used throughout one’s lifetime for life’s challenges.
- Being aware of the many interfaces resilience has in daily life
- Understand how to control our perceptions and consequent negative emotions
- Improve stress coping strategies and the quality of decision-making when under stress
About the Speaker: Carol Teo
Carol is a qualified psychotherapist and positive psychology practitioner. She specializes in using various cognitive and behavioural techniques, integrating these with positive psychology principles, to help bring about positive change and empowering people in their lives. Originally from a corporate background, Carol has experienced first-hand exactly how important psychological well-being is and how it is closely tied to physical health. She now actively practices positive psychology to bring about health in body, mind and soul. This has reignited her zest for life and she is passionate about sharing and helping people around her to live life to their potential.
Positive Reframing Workshop 12:45 – 2:15
Positive reframing has always been taught as a psychotherapy approach for personal development purposes. In this workshop, participants will be exposed to different techniques in reframing perceptions to positive ones. Positive guided imagery techniques including creative visualization will be taught and demonstrated.
- Identify self-limiting thinking habits
- Utilise unconscious strengths to overcome negative thinking
- Develop a personal mental framework for building mental resilience
About the Speaker: Stephen Lew
Stephen is the founder and executive director of The School of Positive Psychology, a Singapore-based higher education institute that offers psychological centric training programs for professional and corporate development. Stephen holds a MSc. Applied Positive Psychology with a focus in Organisational Psychology and Leadership. He is also a certified psychotherapist, clinical hypnotherapist, supervisor and nominated fellow with the National Council of Psychotherapists in the U.K. As a psychotherapist and a positive psychology coach, Stephen has worked with more than 800 clients in the areas of well-being development.
Positive Relationship Workshop 2:30 – 4:00
This workshop is to facilitate the discussion on what is a positive and flourishing relationship and why is it important for couples especially parents to cultivate the habits of positive emotions in order to build greater resilience.
List the criteria for a positive relationship and know how it looks like
Understand what are positive emotions
Cultivating resilience in relationship
About the Speaker: Winifred Ling
Winifred is currently the Director at W3ave Ptd Ltd and a Couples Therapist at Promises Winslow Clinic. She obtained her second upper honours degree in Psychology from the National University of Singapore and has more than 16 years of experience in working with individuals. She develops and conducts workshops in the area of mental health, relationship, parenting, mindfulness and compassion, and applications of Positive Psychology. Winifred’s passion is working with couples, especially those with young children. She hopes that when support and skills are provided to parents in their marriage, children are enabled to develop healthily due to the stability.
Positive Communication Workshop 4:15 – 5:45
Communication is the crucial, fundamental component of lasting joy and success for anyone. The quality of our conversations has a significant impact on our lives, especially so on the relationships we build, both personal and professional levels. In most instances, most people would tend to focus on emphasizing, if not overemphasizing, on what is wrong instead of being attentive to what is right. Such a focus often lead us to embed in a negative tone, whether we communicate inwardly ((i.e., self-talk) or outwardly. And if left unchecked, our negative communication has the potential to cause us emotional, mental and physical harm. Essentially, does Positive Communication have tangible effects and benefits on our health, wellness and our relationships?
- Adopt a “what is right” orientation to communicate to impact more positively
- What could I say to engage and inspire someone effectively – instilling the feelings of hope, love, joy and vitality
- How do we positively communicate that allows us to thrive in the full spectrum of life experiences
About the Speaker: Mary-Lynn Lim
“Being purposeful to effectively impact lives meaningfully” is the driving force that keeps Mary-Lynn’s passion elevated. Mary-Lynn has over 15 years of experience across diverse cultures and industries in navigating culturally unique organisational situations that facilitate growth and well-being. She loves to help individuals connect, uncover their strengths, develop and grow positively through effective communication. She believes the way we think of ourselves internally has a significant impact on ourselves externally. Being a graduate in Mass Communications and a postgraduate in Applied Positive Psychology, her passion lies in people engagement which was developed from days where she managed public and media relations, corporate communications and events management.Get Tickets!
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