Stronger Together: Building Vitality Through Your Connections

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Networking to share positive psychology insights and practices, and forge supportive connections!

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Having strong social networks not only helps with increasing our current resilience levels, but it also builds resources that we can use in the future.

In recognising the importance of quality connections, The School of Positive Psychology has initiated Stronger Together, a wellbeing networking session held every third Thursday of the month for likeminded individuals.

This month, our discussion will revolve around Building Vitality through your Connections.

The complimentary session will combine elements of a workshop, discussion forum, and positive psychology interventions. Through identifying common difficulties, we will then share different strategies to generate even better ways to thrive.

People have an enormous capacity to collaborate, create, innovate, and help each other. And together, we are resilient. Through meaningful discussion, we can support each other by building networks, individual and collective goals.

Let’s gather to share positive psychology principles and practices, and forge connections with fellow wellbeing advocates!

Date: 18 Nov 2021 (Thu)

Time: 7.30 – 9.00pm SGT (GMT+8)

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The School of Positive Psychology is the pioneer education and training facility in Singapore and Asia established to promote the art, the science and practice of positive psychology and psychotherapy. Apart from providing education and credentialing, we promote research, training, and the dissemination of positive psychology. We are here to share the gift of joy and fulfilment using the methods offered in positive psychology.

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