The Power of Positive Psychology (Two-day Workshop) (PSY104-SP)
This seminar explores the rapidly growing and exciting field of positive psychology - the study of what is right with people. Through thought-provoking discussion and a variety of exercises and activities, we aim at understanding the power of positive approaches and how these lead toward greater happiness, well-being and career/life satisfaction. We will search for an understanding of happiness by touching subjects such as construction of emotion, how to identify individual strengths in ourselves and in others, how to use such strengths toward higher performance and greater fulfillment, how our language determines our sense of happiness, how to embrace imperfection to open up new possibilities and more!
Note that this seminar is not a trip to "happy camp," but rather an adventure into understanding how humans can truly flourish. Recommended for anyone who is willing to experience the joy of living.
Emiko Suzuki earned her M.S. in Media and Governance from Keio University in Japan. She is passionate about applying Psychology into our real life to make it more fulfilling. In addition to her academic background, she has a practical certification as a Tiny Habit Coach by a Stanford University professor. She has also worked at Nike, Inc., helping them improve their marketing strategy by applying Psychology. She has been active in participating and presenting at various conferences and updating her knowledge on Psychology.
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