Canadian Positive Psychology Association

What's New

Student Survey Extended

Your voice matters! This is why we are extending the deadline for the CPPA Student Survey up to May 5th to give more student members a chance to take part in the survey. 

The brief survey we are conducting aims to help launch the CPPA's new student section. Take the survey and be a founding voice!

Specifically, we would love to hear your inputs on the following:

  • A fun student event that we plan to host at the IPPA's Fifth World Congress on Positive Psychology in Montreal this July, and
  • How we can make your participation at the CPPA Conference in 2018 more meaningful. 
All it takes is about 5 minutes. So please click the link below:


Winners of the Meaning Contest

We are pleased to announce the winners of the Meaning Contest! Congratulations to our top 3: Hailey Stulp, Kimberley Wakefield, and Karim Hajee! Each of them will receive a one-year free membership to the CPPA and a copy of Emily Esfahani-Smith's book The Power of Meaning - Crafting a Life That Matters

Seven other winners will be awarded with Emily's book, namely Nicole Arnold, Julie-Anne McCarthy, Michael MacDonald, Robert Malowany, Cathy Clark, Cathy Parsons, and Susan Mifsud.

A round of applause to all who shared their stories about how positive psychology has impacted their lives! We are touched by the excellent entries you submitted, and that is why we are excited to launching similar contests in the future.  

Please view our DISCLAIMER about the uses and application of positive psychology. 

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