Free Webinar - How to be a Positive Psychology Practitioner

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How to be a Positive Psychology Practitioner - a free webinar with leading positive psychology trainers/authors Miriam Akhtar and Dr Chris Johnstone.

Wednesday 18th April for an hour at 7.30pm UK time, 11.30am US PT, 2.30 US ET, 8.30pm Europe CET

We’ll be introducing the three-level framework we use in our longer trainings.

A level one practitioner is someone who applies Positive Psychology insights and practices in their own life to improve their wellbeing and quality of life.

A level two practitioner integrates positive psychology insights and practices into their work and/or other roles. At this level, positive psychology may not be your profession or speciality, but it is an influence that helps you support others to improve their quality of life. That can include supporting wellbeing in clients, patients, students, staff and team members as well as members of your family, group or community.

A level three practitioner is someone who’s chosen to make Positive Psychology their profession or a key area of expertise. You’ve undertaken trainings and built experience that deepens what you can offer others. You might also be involved in teaching or training, and contribute to building or developing this field.

Our webinar will look at each of these levels, identifying practical steps you can take to apply positive psychology in your own life, in your relationships and in your work. We’ll also look at training pathways, where whatever your starting point, you can continue to develop yourself as a practitioner of the positive psychology approach.

This webinar forms part of our free taster course available on demand throughout the month of September, and added to each week, leading to the eight-week more in-depth online course that starts on Weds 2nd May 2018

Anyone registering for this free webinar will be sent the link to join our free online mini-course that starts on April 2nd 2018 and runs through April 2018.

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