Christian faith and Positive Psychology share many foundations such as hope, mindfulness, compassion and gratitude.
So how can we use Positive Psychology to enhance and inform our faith-based teachings in schools, churches and community groups?
This one-day conference for teachers, school leaders, chaplains, psychologists and wellbeing leaders will explore:
The science of Positive Psychology
How concepts from Positive Psychology can be applied in faith-based teachings to promote wellbeing and improve mental fitness
Practical examples of how teachers are using Positive Psychology in religious and faith-based education
Michael Crossland (author, ‘Kids Don’t Get Cancer’) - hope, resilience and perseverance
Dr Katherine Thompson (author, ‘Christ Centred Mindfulness)
Leisa Aitken (Eagle Psychology) - hope and Positive Psychology
Dr Paula Robinson (Positive Psychology Institute)
Rev Tim Robinson (Knox Grammar School)
Rev Jon Humphries (Ravenswood School for Girls)
Purchase your now tickets via Humanitix.
Bookings are now open, with early bird discounts available for tickets purchased before 30 June 2019.