Calling all consultants, coaches, researchers, clinicians, teachers, students and anyone else interested in the field of human flourishing! Let’s get together and expand our network. In this informal event, you’ll have the opportunity to share your interests in positive psychology and make new connections. This event will take place on Thursday, February 15th at 5 pm ET and is hosted by Dr. Scott Glassman and Dr. Matthew Della Porta, faculty in PCOM’s Master of Applied Positive Psychology Program. You can register here.
What is human flourishing? I’ll be answering this question on Tuesday, March 5th at 7 pm ET / 4 pm PT in a virtual MAPP information event. Please join me there where I’ll also be presenting an overview of the Master of Applied Positive Psychology Program at PCOM and talking about how this program can have a transformative impact on your personal, academic, and professional life. You can register here.
I’m excited to be a core part of PCOM’s collaboration with the Philadelphia Union Foundation in their HeadFirst initiative, an innovative program to strengthen youth resilience and flourishing through soccer.
The Happier U program is an adaptation of Happier You that blends sports psychology and positive psychology to help soccer players develop skills to boost their overall well-being.
My 3-part “Building Habits of Happiness” series is returning to St. Joe’s Preparatory School in Philadelphia in 2024. I’m looking forward to working with the 9th grade class to awaken their collective and individual optimism, growth potential, value-based decision-making, and positive connections. I’m looking forward to continuing our work together!
Large language AI models like ChatGPT are capable of responding to users with accurate empathy in surprisingly conversational ways. In this Psychology Today post, I talk about burnout, the possibilities of artificial empathy, and how AI might assist clinicians in providing mental health support.
Katelyn Dory explains how PCOM’s Master of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) program is training her to promote positivity and mindfulness in institutions and workplaces. She also shares how PCOM’s community and faculty promote an inclusive, supportive learning environment.