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Psychological Well-Being Day

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6th July 2019, Hills Road 6th Form College, Cambridge.
£10 discount for first 15 bookings
Price£45.00
Description

Special Summer Offer: Members £25; Non-members £35

Enter code COUPS-WB19 at checkout, first 15 bookings ONLY

Modern life presents us with situations that can challenge our ability to thrive and flourish. Although psychology has discovered a great deal about general principles of mental health and well-being, “one size does not fit all” and it can sometimes be difficult to know how to apply this knowledge in our own lives. Through mini-lectures and practical activities, this one-day event will address: the nature of psychological well-being; individual differences; ways of enhancing well-being and resilience; and practical strategies and techniques to create a ‘toolkit’ of skills and strategies and a personal well-being action plan.

Who should attend?

  • Those wanting to enhance their own psychological well-being
  • Those with an interest in helping others with their well-being
  • Those with responsibility for other people (managers, team
    leaders, parents, partners etc.)

Content

  • The nature of psychological well-being and how it can be increased
  • Happiness and positive emotion
  • Satisfaction, purpose and meaning in life
  • Individual differences between people
  • Moving from ‘striving’ to ‘thriving’
  • How to maintain psychological well-being

Speakers

The day will be run by Jim Handley.

Jim is a BPS Chartered, HCPC Registered Occupational Psychologist who uses psychology to solve real-world problems across a very wide range of settings, with a focus on psychological well-being, resilience and behaviour change. He has designed and delivered well-being, stress management and resilience programs for public and private sector organisations managed a number of projects using behaviour change interventions to help organisations reduce their energy consumption/carbon footprint. He has written and lectured on undergraduate and postgraduate courses including: occupational psychology, personality & intelligence, cognitive psychology, biopsychosocial approaches to mental health, research methods and statistics etc. As an Open University tutor for more than twenty years, he has researched and analysed the particular challenges facing OU students. He has a well-deserved reputation for accessible, informative and entertaining presentations.

This workshop is limited to 30 delegates, so book early to avoid disappointment.

Programme

The programme for the day is available from COUPS 2019 Well-being programme.pdf

A flier for the event is also available here: Well being flier (offer).pdf

Venue

This event will be held at  the Hills Road Sixth Form College, Hills Rd, Cambridge CB2 8PE.
 
The venue is 10-15 minutes walk from Cambridge railway station and is also on several bus routes. Please follow the link below for a map and more information on travel.
 

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