Date & Time
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Dan Tomasulo, MAPP, MFA, PhD
Whether you are in a relationship, leaving one, or trying to find a new one—learning the dynamics behind your attraction and frustrations to each other is important. If you are looking to get more out of your current relationship—or the next one—this workshop will help you identify the forces at work when we are attracted, fall in and out of love—and what we can learn from the pattern of past relationships.
Drawn from relationship science and positive psychology, this workshop will help you understand and explore why you make the choices you do, why your partner makes theirs, and how to make things better—or successfully move on. This presentation is more than a lecture. You’ll learn and work together with others through a series of activities that will help you learn about yourself in relationship to others.
AN EVENING WORKSHOP
Friday, April 28, 7–10pm
Members: $55 / Nonmembers: $65
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New York Open Center
Dan is a highly sought-after international speaker on topics including positive psychology, positive education, and positive psychotherapy. He teaches Positive Psychology in the graduate program of Counseling and Clinical Psychology at Columbia University, Teachers College and holds a PhD in psychology, an MFA in writing, and is the first licensed psychologist and psychodramatist to graduate from the Master of Applied Positive Psychology program from the University of Pennsylvania in 2012. He now serves as an assistant instructor for Martin Seligman, The Father of Positive Psychology, at UPenn for the MAPP program. He is also a trial lawyer consultant, and developer of the Dare to be Happy experiential workshops for Kripalu. Recently he became Director of the New York City Certification in Positive Psychology for the Open Center. His new book: American Snake Pit, a memoir about his involvement in deinstitutionalizing the residents of Willowbrook, will be published by Stillhouse Press in March, 2018.