4th CANADIAN CONFERENCE - CALL FOR PROPOSALS EXTENDED UNTIL 

JANUARY 14TH, 2018


Calling All Positive Psychology Researchers, Practitioners And Academics!

 

The Call for Proposals is OPEN for submissions to the 4th Canadian Conference on Positive Psychology: Bridging Canadian Well-Being & the first ever Canadian Scientific Meeting on Well-Being!  

Be part of the Conference and showcase your work and join the CPPA in its mandate to disseminate knowledge about the science and practice of positive psychology, and to facilitate collaboration and communication amongst all parties interested in this field.


We are excited to bring the science of flourishing and wellbeing to Toronto in May 2018  Please join us!  Deadline for submission is January 14th, 2018


Contact Wayne Greenway or Dr. Greg Evans with any questions about your submissions!


Know any Positive Psychology researchers? Please share within your networks!

EDUCATING FOR RESILIENCE CONFERENCE

NOVEMBER 10TH, 2017 BRANKSOME HALL TORONTO, ON


We are so thankful to have had a wonderful turnout for this years Educating For Resilience conference. The CPPA is here to serve our members' needs for inspiration and information and it feels amazing to see it all in action. One tribe, moving forward, for the love of positive education. 

 

We strive to bring you the newest, highest quality findings from the field of positive psychology. With #EFR2017 we hope that we've delivered on that offer with our inspiration line up of keynote speakers, workshops and lighting talks. 

 

If you joined us for the conference, please click below and share your feedback from attending #EFR2017 to enter our "feedback contest". Each successful participant will get their name in a draw to win a free 1 year CPPA membership credit which can be applied to yourself or gifted to a friend!

 

ENTER FEEDBACK CONTEST HERE 

 

*Contest closes November 30, 2017

**Winner drawn December 6, 2017


Stay tuned to this space for videos from the conference...coming soon!


Upcoming events

25 May 2018 • Victoria College, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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1st CANADIAN SCIENTIFIC MEETING ON WELL BEING

WHY JOIN THE CPPA?


LEARN FROM THE EXPERTS!


Join us for the first-ever scientific meeting on well being, platform for advancing rigorous research on well being in Canada and beyond. 


Slated on May 23, 2018, it is one of the pre-events of the 4th Canadian Conference on Positive Psychology.  


For more info




Membership in the Canadian Positive Psychology Association is an excellent way to learn about how the science of psychological well-being can improve the lives of individuals, communities, and organizations in Canada


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The 2nd Educating for Resilience Conference Video for Sale!


Did you miss the last Educating for Resilience Conference in 2015?

No worries. Your school can learn resilience with our post-conference recording! Each purchase includes a full institution license. Get yours now and start building resilient classrooms.


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About the conference

The Canadian Positive Psychology Association held the 2nd Educating for Resilience Conference in November 2015. This conference was developed for teachers, counselors, educators, and positive psychology practitioners who are interested in learning about how to use Positive Psychology to increase resilience in schools. We partnered with Upper Canada College and had a complete new line-up of talented and highly inspirational speakers. It was an outstanding day of learning about how to increase resilience in schools for student, faculty, and staff.


While traditional mental health programs focus on coping with mental illness, Educating for Resilience provides the strategies and techniques to increase positive mental health and fitness - a rapidly growing focus in the teaching community. 


Watch out for the next Educating for Resilience Conference. Details to be announced soon. 


For more info please contact us at info@cppa.ca