Canadian Positive Psychology Association
 

4th Educating for Resilience Conference

  • 10 Nov 2017
  • 8:30 AM - 4:15 PM
  • Branksome Hall. Toronto, ON, Canada

Registration


The Canadian Positive Psychology Association is thrilled to offer the 4th Educating for Resilience Conference. This conference brings together internationally renowned researchers, thought leaders and practitioners in resilience to share their research, practices and experience applying positive psychology in the classroom! While traditional mental health programs focus on coping with mental illness, Educating for Resilience provides two great days of scientific and practical workshops to offer you the strategies and techniques to increase positive mental health and fitness - a rapidly growing focus in the teaching community.


This year, we are partnering with CSI Annex (pre-conference) and Branksome Hall (main conference) and have a complete new line-up of talented and highly inspirational speakers. We have taken into account all that we have learned from our previous conferences and are using that to ensure that this year's conference is bigger and even more successful!


Our line up of inspirational speakers include:


Nov. 9th Pre-Conference: CSI Annex

  • Michael Unger – Keynote Speaker: Working with Children, Youth and Families with Complex Needs and Hidden Strengths: The Skills to Build Resilience


Nov. 10th Conference: Branksome Hall



Workshops by:

  • Dr. Michael Unger

    The Risk-Taker’s Advantage: How to Make Kids More Resilient by not

    Bubblewrapping Them

  • Dr. Margaret Lumley

    Positive Education Interventions from Kindergarten to Post-

    Secondary

  • Renee Jain, MAPP – Training the Next Generation of Jedis
  • Maureen McKenna – The Power of Reflective Practice

Lightning Talks by:

  • Dr. Tim Pychyl – Solving the Procrastination Puzzle
  • Patrizia Kokiy – Solution Focused Coaching Strategies for Teachers
  • Marie Helene – Building developmental relationships using the Feedforward technique
  • Louisa Jewell, MAPP – Failing Well
  • Liz Clarke – Positive Education and Ridley College: The PERMA-V approach
  • Louis Alloro, MAPP – Leveraging Social Emotional Leaders as a Strategy for School-Wide Culture Change


Refund Policy: If a refund is required, 10% of your registration fee will be deducted from your refund for processing fees. After October 27, 2017 no refunds will be granted. You may transfer your registration to someone else at any time.


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