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GPWL975 - Applying Positive Psychology during Challenging Times

The COVID19 pandemic has abruptly thrown our society and ourselves into an uncomfortable place where we can easily feel overwhelmed by uncertainty and pessimistic. The need for positivity has become even more critical.

This interactive, informative, and practical webinar focuses on strategies to stay positive during this challenging time. Participants will be introduced to the PERMA model that promotes positivity within each of us. We will learn ways to build daily practices and maintain balance using the principals of positive psychology. Participants will walk away with a personal wellness action plan to help them thrive during these unprecedented times.


Learning Objectives


At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
1. Describe the PERMA model to promote positivity
2. Learn strategies to increase positivity during COVID19
3. Apply evidence-based positive psychology practices

Leaders Information



This workshop is led by Jewel Perlin, PhD, Psychologist, OPQ from the Counselling and Psychological Services, Concordia University.

Dr. Jewel Perlin is a passionate and empathetic psychologist who divides her time between her clinical practice, training and supervision, facilitating workshops, and a psychological expert on television. In her clinical practice at Concordia University Counseling and Psychological Services since 2013, she delivers cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and other evidence-based treatments to university students. In her consulting work, Dr. Jewel Perlin is a facilitator on self-care, stress management, and work life balance, as well as a guest on Montreal City TV Breakfast Television show. She received her PhD from McGill University, and is a member The Order of Psychologists of Quebec and The Order of Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists of Quebec.

This workshop is not scheduled at this time.
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