How to get happy - IPPE conference

Published: Monday 1st June 2015

Interested in learning how to apply Positive Psychology principles to promote optimal performance and well-being? Check out the Institute for Positive Psychology and Education 2015 Conference: Converting Science into Practice in Sydney this Saturday, 6 June.

Saturday 6 June, 2015, Australian Catholic University, 5A Barker Road, Strathfield, NSW, 2135

The inaugural IPPE Conference will feature world-renowned authors and researchers, such as Professor Barbara Fredrickson, creator of the Broaden and Build hypothesis, and best-selling author of Positivity and Love 2.0.

Featuring fun and informative workshops, the Conference will teach you how to apply scientifically-grounded positive psychology research into practice. Learn how to implement interventions that increase health and well-being, social connectedness, and effective action.

This IPPE Conference will interest teachers, students, psychologists, health professionals, managers, leaders, and members of the public.

Bridging the gap between science and practice

During the last three decades, science has made many discoveries about how to promote thriving. Yet there is often a gap between what has been discovered in the lab and what is done in the field.

The gap is due, in part, to academics and practitioners living in different worlds. Academic researchers have lots of time to develop theories and test ideas, but often become disconnected from the demands of the practical world. Practitioners develop context-sensitive ways to promote thriving, but often lack the time to step back and explore new ways of doing things.

This Conference seeks to bridge the science/practice divide. It is unique in that it seeks to both make recent scientific breakthroughs accessible to the practitioner, and show people how to use those breakthroughs to change themselves and their world.

More Information

·         Keynotes and Workshops

·         About Our Presenters

·         IPPE Conference Program


·         $295 (Standard registration)

·         $250 (Student registration)