Date & Time
10:00 am - 5:30 pm
Over the last 20 years the findings of Positive Psychology have been celebrated in education, psychotherapy, medicine, and spirituality. Taking intentional action toward your own well-being has been shown to be effective in improving your health, mood, relationships, and resilience, as well as your capacity to learn.
In this workshop with psychologist and author Dr. Dan Tomasulo, you will benefit from the latest research found in his new book, Learned Hopefulness: Harnessing the Power of Positivity to Overcome Depression, Increase Motivation, and Build Unshakable Resilience.
You will learn powerful tools and practices grounded in Positive Psychology to help you:
•Break free from self-limiting beliefs
•See your future through a more positive lens
•Start living a life of happiness and vitality
A One-Day Workshop
Sunday, June 7, 2020, 10:00 am – 5:30 pm
Members $140/ Nonmembers $160
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New York Open Center
Dan Tomasulo, PhD, MFA, MAPP, creator and director of the Open Center’s certificate training in Positive Psychology, is a psychologist, author, and assistant instructor for Martin Seligman, the founder of Positive Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania. Dan is a highly sought-after international speaker on topics such as 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 (2012). He is also a trial lawyer consultant as well as developer of the Dare to be Happy experiential workshops for the Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health. His newest book, Learned Hopefulness (2020), has been called “the best go-to book on how to use hope to relieve your depression” by Martin Seligman.
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