I had the pleasure of talking to USA Today writer Kim Painter about happiness habits for Mental Health Awareness Month. Check out the article here!
Check out WHYY-TV’s profile of A Happier You and the Master of Applied Positive Psychology Program at PCOM as part of mental health awareness month. The show is “You Oughta Know” featuring Philadelphia people, places, and events. You can watch it at 7:30 pm on Comcast 812, Fios 512, Direct TV 12. A big thanks to producer Steve Kwasnik and the great crew who were a part of this.
I am grateful to the counseling department, staff, and 9th grade students at Villa Maria Academy High School for making the Building Habits of Happiness workshop today such a success. I was so impressed by the students’ enthusiasm, courage, and kindness as we explored the 7 practices from A Happier You. From sharing strengths to getting in touch with gratitude, the level of positive energy in the auditorium was off the charts! VMA is a school that truly cares about well-being. Special thanks to Sally Jeffries for creating this opportunity.
Glad to contribute thoughts about the importance of music to happiness and quality of life in Prevention Magazine. You can read the article here.
The online Master of Applied Positive Psychology Program at PCOM is a 1-year 30 credit program that blends positive psychological theory, research and applied approaches in the areas of health behavior change, human development, education and leadership. You will explore innovative whole-person strategies to strengthen resilience at biological, social, cognitive, emotional, behavioral and spiritual levels. Plus, you will learn to critically evaluate research outcomes in positive psychology to inform practical ways of catalyzing change within clinical, community-based and corporate organizations. The degree enhances existing skill sets in counseling, education, healthcare, coaching, and business fields, as well as serving as preparation … Read the Full Post »