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2nd Positive Psychology in Practice Conference

2nd Positive Psychology in Practice Conference, 24th to 25th October 2019 in Utrecht, Netherlands

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About the conference

Our upcoming conference on "Positive Psychology in Practice" will focus on cutting-edge science and the practical application of Positive Psychology Interventions in organisations and clinical settings.

Leading experts, who share a passion for Positive Psychology, will provide you with an up-to-date overview of the science of wellbeing and critically examine the emergence and development of this new field. They will explore the keys to a happy and meaningful way of life by addressing gaps, biases and exciting new ways to bring this topic forward.

The goal of this event is to promote a better understanding of what Positive Psychology actually is, the study and science behind it and how we can move beyond the theoretical to incorporate positive psychology into practical and real-life settings.

Learn from leading authorities about evidence-based positive psychology techniques and recommendations that have been shown to increase clients’ wellbeing.

Format of event:

During the two days, the event will use a range of formats: speaker keynote presentations, oral poster presentations, poster exhibitions and an interactive lunch. In between, visitors can visit our trading exhibition and get inspired by relevant products and services.

Plenary sessions will be interspersed throughout the day with question and answer sessions and panel discussions. The meeting will provide a valuable opportunity to network, share knowledge and ideas, and consider collaborative projects.

Together we can create positive networking and growth opportunities for everyone involved. 

Topics to be discussed:

😊 Science of Happiness
😊 Resilience, Well-being and Success
😊 Appreciative Inquiry
😊 Positive Psychology in the Workplace
😊 Happiness, Quality of Life, Life Satisfaction
😊 Flow State
😊 Employability
😊 Making Positive Psychology tangible
😊 SMARTER-life-GROWTH approaches
😊 Positive Psychology Coaching
😊 Experience Design
😊 HR, Leadership and Change Management
😊 Second Wave of Positive Psychology
😊 Job Crafting

Participants will gain valuable knowledge from current industry experts. This meeting will provide valuable opportunity to network, share knowledge and ideas, and consider innovative collaborative projects.

Poster exhibitions will be on display throughout the conference for presenters to discuss their work.

Delegates are invited to register their area of specialization and interest through submission of abstract proposals. If you would like to submit oral or poster presentations, please click the tab “call for papers”

Deadline for submissions:

Oral Abstracts: 30th of April 2019
Poster Abstracts: 31st of August 2019

who should Attend:

Organisational & Business Leaders
HR Staff
Healthcare Providers
Policy Makers
Psychologists
Clinicians
Clinicians & Wellbeing Practitioners
Mental Health Professionals
Researchers and Clinicians interested in post-traumatic growth research
Researchers
Universities and school teachers
Students
Anybody with the desire to live a happier and more full-filled life

 

Letter of Invitation:

Forums and Events organisers will be happy to issue a Letter of Invitation to our Conference Speakers, Poster Presenters and our Conference Attendees.

Working Language:

The conference will be held in English. There will be no simultaneous translations available.
Registration Space is limited. We encourage guests to register asap!!!

Registration Fees

15% OFF FOR GROUPS (3 DELEGATES OR MORE)
Standard Registration both days €399.00
Charity/Student Registration both days €245.00
Charity/Student Registration single day €175.00
Standard Registration single day €245.00

Details

About the conference

Our upcoming conference on "Positive Psychology in Practice" will focus on cutting-edge science and the practical application of Positive Psychology Interventions in organisations and clinical settings.

Leading experts, who share a passion for Positive Psychology, will provide you with an up-to-date overview of the science of wellbeing and critically examine the emergence and development of this new field. They will explore the keys to a happy and meaningful way of life by addressing gaps, biases and exciting new ways to bring this topic forward.

The goal of this event is to promote a better understanding of what Positive Psychology actually is, the study and science behind it and how we can move beyond the theoretical to incorporate positive psychology into practical and real-life settings.

Learn from leading authorities about evidence-based positive psychology techniques and recommendations that have been shown to increase clients’ wellbeing.

Format of event:

During the two days, the event will use a range of formats: speaker keynote presentations, oral poster presentations, poster exhibitions and an interactive lunch. In between, visitors can visit our trading exhibition and get inspired by relevant products and services.

Plenary sessions will be interspersed throughout the day with question and answer sessions and panel discussions. The meeting will provide a valuable opportunity to network, share knowledge and ideas, and consider collaborative projects.

Together we can create positive networking and growth opportunities for everyone involved. 

Topics to be discussed:

😊 Science of Happiness
😊 Resilience, Well-being and Success
😊 Appreciative Inquiry
😊 Positive Psychology in the Workplace
😊 Happiness, Quality of Life, Life Satisfaction
😊 Flow State
😊 Employability
😊 Making Positive Psychology tangible
😊 SMARTER-life-GROWTH approaches
😊 Positive Psychology Coaching
😊 Experience Design
😊 HR, Leadership and Change Management
😊 Second Wave of Positive Psychology
😊 Job Crafting

Participants will gain valuable knowledge from current industry experts. This meeting will provide valuable opportunity to network, share knowledge and ideas, and consider innovative collaborative projects.

Poster exhibitions will be on display throughout the conference for presenters to discuss their work.

Delegates are invited to register their area of specialization and interest through submission of abstract proposals. If you would like to submit oral or poster presentations, please click the tab “call for papers”

Deadline for submissions:

Oral Abstracts: 30th of April 2019
Poster Abstracts: 31st of August 2019

who should Attend:

Organisational & Business Leaders
HR Staff
Healthcare Providers
Policy Makers
Psychologists
Clinicians
Clinicians & Wellbeing Practitioners
Mental Health Professionals
Researchers and Clinicians interested in post-traumatic growth research
Researchers
Universities and school teachers
Students
Anybody with the desire to live a happier and more full-filled life

 

Letter of Invitation:

Forums and Events organisers will be happy to issue a Letter of Invitation to our Conference Speakers, Poster Presenters and our Conference Attendees.

Working Language:

The conference will be held in English. There will be no simultaneous translations available.
Registration Space is limited. We encourage guests to register asap!!!

Registration Fees

15% OFF FOR GROUPS (3 DELEGATES OR MORE)
Standard Registration both days €399.00
Charity/Student Registration both days €245.00
Charity/Student Registration single day €175.00
Standard Registration single day €245.00

Programme/Speakers

POGRAMME SUBJECT TO CHANGE

Day one

07:30 - 09:00
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Registration

 

09:10 09:30
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09:30 10:00
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Keynote Presentation: The Secret of the Cambridge Happiness Profiler (CHAP)

Patrick van Hees, MSc. A.P.P,
Director Happiness Institute Europe. International speaker, writer and consultant on happiness and professional well-being, Amsterdam, Netherlands

10:00 10:30
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Compassion for care

Salmaan Sana - invited
Change Catalyst, Consultant, and Programme Designer in Amsterdam, Netherlands

 

10:30 11:00
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Morning Coffee Break, Networking and visit of the exhibition

11:00 11:45
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"Resilience in the community, a study into exploring what matters

Symposium Chair

Keith Cowley,
Wellbeing Psychologist, Coach and Mindfulness Teacher

 

11:45 12:00
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Balanced Strengths Questionnaire (FORTE): Psychometric properties

Symposium Chair

Dafne Cataluña,
Founder of the European Institute of Positive Psychology (IEPP)

 

12:30 13:30
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Lunch Break, Networking and visit of the exhibition

 

14:15 14:30
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“Fit to Flow”: A toolkit for practitioners to identify Flow-conducive personality-, and organizational factors to create Flow-rich workplaces

Dr. Gyöngyi Kállai,
Consultant, Coach and Lecturer (ELTE University), Founder-Owner of Trendset Consulting

 

14:30 14:45
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What does Spirituality mean to you? Understanding Spirituality in the context of your client's life

Fiona English, 

Positive Psychology Speaker and Coach

 

14:45 15:00
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On non-verbal synchrony in coaching: The ripple-effect of clients’ self-regulation in organizations

Tünde Erdös,
MSc. in Executive Coaching, Ashridge Accredited Executive Coach EMCC EIA Senior Practitioner, MCC ICF

 

15:00 15:30
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Afternoon Coffee Break, Networking and visit of the exhibition

 

 

 

17:00 17:30
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Panel Discussion and Closing Remarks

17:30
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End of day one



Day two

08:00 - 09:00
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Registration

09:00 09:10
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10:10 10:40
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Morning Coffee Break, Networking and visit of the exhibition

11:40 12:10
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Experience Design

Nils Roemen
Experience designer

12:10 13:10
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Lunch Break, Networking and visit of the exhibition

14:40 15:10
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Afternoon Coffee Break, Networking and visit of the exhibition

15:45 16:00
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Fissiotherapy - an innovation among eating disorders treatment

Valery Patonich,
Director of Rehabilitation Center and the main psychotherapist Revocanda Plus

 

16:00 16:30
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16:30 17:00
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Panel Discussion and Closing Remarks

 

 

Registration Fees

24th to 25th October 2019 – Utrecht, Netherlands

15% OFF FOR GROUPS (3 DELEGATES OR MORE)
Standard Registration both days €399.00

Charity/Student Registration both days €245.00

Charity/Student Registration single day €175.00

Standard Registration single day €245.00

Getting There

VENUE INFO

 

 

Address

  • Address: Boothstraat Zaalverhuur7, Boothstraat 7, 3512 BT Utrecht
  • Tel: 030 7516113


Hidden behind a nondescript facade in the Boothstraat is a beautiful 19th century church. This monumental building has the characteristics of a clandestine church. Zaalverhuur7 has teamed up to make better use of the few square feet left in Utrecht. They have a warm, friendly and homey appearance. In addition, they donate 10% of their profits to an orphanage in Haiti and others in need.

Parking

Please note: Zaalverhuur7 has 2 locations in the centre of Utrecht. Our meeting is located at the Boothstraat.
Around the Boothstraat there are several parking options:

The cheapest way to park your car is at car park de Grifthoek (750 meters walking distance). You can buy an exit ticket at our location (€13)
Some 700 meters away, there is a car park called de Kruisstraat (€3,50/ hour)
Right next to the Boothstraat, on Janskerkhof, there are a limited amount of parking spaces (€4,71/ hour)

Parking


On foot from car park De Kruisstraat- 8 mins walking distance

1. Exit the car park and take a left on the Wittevrouwensingel;
2. Take a right and keep on going for 350 meters with the water on your right;
3. Take a right to the Wittevrouwenbrug;
4. Stay on the Wittevrouwenstraat, which turns into the Voorstraat;
5. Keep on walking straight ahead for about 200 metres, past the traffic lights;
6. On your left you will see Taco Mundo, enter the first street on your left;
7. You're now on the Boothstraat, Zaalverhuur7 is on your left in the middle of the street;
8. Have a great day ☺

Attractions of Utrecht

Utrecht's cosy centre is like an open-air museum where every brick has its own story to tell. The history of the city dates back to Roman times, with the Middle Ages also having undeniably left their mark. Utrecht is located on top of what was once the border of the Roman Empire. Countless houses, churches, monuments - and the characteristic wharves, of course - in the city commemorate that rich history. These days the city combines this its historic buildings with modern architecture, creating an interesting balance between the old and the new.

Utrecht's surroundings are of equal historical importance. The city is surrounded by impressive citadels, forts and castles, including Kasteel de Haar, the largest castle in the Netherlands. Take a tour to the forts and hear the exciting stories of the New Dutch Waterline, or climb to the top of the Utrechtse Heuvelrug: the Pyramid of Austerlitz.

 

 

Visa & Travel Information

About Utrecht
Utrecht is the Netherland's fourth largest city and also one of the oldest cities. A hub for thousands of students who attend the esteemed international research university of Utrecht, as well as musicians and artists who add to the cultural flavor of this charming canal city.

Utrecht's cosy centre is like an open-air museum where every brick has its own story to tell. The history of the city dates back to Roman times, with the Middle Ages also having undeniably left their mark. Utrecht is located on top of what was once the border of the Roman Empire. Countless houses, churches, monuments - and the characteristic wharves, of course - in the city commemorate that rich history. These days the city combines this its historic buildings with modern architecture, creating an interesting balance between the old and the new.

Utrecht's surroundings are of equal historical importance. The city is surrounded by impressive citadels, forts and castles, including Kasteel de Haar, the largest castle in the Netherlands. Take a tour to the forts and hear the exciting stories of the New Dutch Waterline, or climb to the top of the Utrechtse Heuvelrug: the Pyramid of Austerlitz.



Travel to Utrecht from Amsterdam

Arriving by plane
The nearest airport is Schiphol Amsterdam. From Schiphol you can take a train with a direct connection to Utrecht. The journey takes approximately 30 mins und trains leave every 15 minute and go straight to Utrecht Central Station. You will find the train station situated directly below the airport.

A Taxi from Schiphol Airport to Utrecht, if it is pre-booked, will cost around 80 Euro. Without booking a taxi beforehand, expect to pay around 100 Euro on the meter. Please ensure that you only book a taxi from an official taxi stand.

Arriving by train
Operators such as Eurostar, ICE International, Intercity Berlin, Intercity Brussels, TGV and Thalys offer high speed train connections from a variety of cities and airports, such as Belgium, Germany, France, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

You can take a train from Amsterdam main station to Utrecht main station approximately every 15 mins until midnight. The journey from Amsterdam to Utrecht takes about 30 mins.

Utrecht Central station - international connections

Utrecht Central Station has a direct high-speed train connection with Germany and Switzerland. Amsterdam Central Station is frequented by many international trains, connecting the Netherlands to various cities and airports in Belgium, France, Germany, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

• NS international tickets and timetables for international trains https://www.nsinternational.nl/en
• Map of all international destinations per operator: Eurostar, ICE International, Intercity Berlin, Intercity Brussels, TGV and Thalys https://www.nsinternational.nl/en/train-destinations-nsinternational/train-routes

Visa Requirements

A valid passport or travel document (valid for at least 3 months after your date of departure) is usually all you need to enter Holland. Whether or not you will require a visa depends on your nationality. Check with the Dutch Embassy or Consulate in your own country whether you require a visa. Citizens from the EU, EEA, EFTA and Schengen countries do not require a visa. For a full list of countries, please click on link below:
https://www.netherlandsandyou.nl/travel-and-residence/question-and-answer/eu-eea-efta-and-schengen-countries

You will find the addresses of the Dutch embassies and consulates and more information about visas for the Netherlands at the Ministry of Foreign affairs
https://www.government.nl/ministries/ministry-of-foreign-affairs#ref-minbuza

Letter of Invitation
Forums and Events organisers will be happy to issue a Letter of Invitation to our Conference Speakers, Poster Presenters and our Conference Attendees.

In order to receive such an invitation, you must register and pay for the conference first. You can register and pay by clicking on the below link:
https://www.forumsandevents.co.uk/2nd-positive-psychology-in-practice

Once you are fully booked onto our conference, please advise us by email at [email protected] that you wish to receive a Letter of Invitation.

Letters of invitation for visa purposes are hand signed and will be sent by regular post. Please anticipate around 6 weeks for arrival. Express mail will be offered on request, however the cost incurred for this service will be charged to you. Additionally, we are happy to send a Letter of Invitation as a pdf format by email.

Once you have received your letter of invitation, you will have to take the necessary steps to apply for your visa. Please note that you are fully responsible to make your own arrangements for getting a visa. Please contact your embassy or consulate as early as possible to find out all the necessary requirements and length of time expected to complete the visa process successfully.

For further information regarding the above, please feel free to contact us on: [email protected] [email protected]

Registration Fees

15% OFF FOR GROUPS (3 DELEGATES OR MORE)
Standard Registration both days €399.00
Charity/Student Registration both days €245.00
Charity/Student Registration single day €175.00
Standard Registration single day €245.00

Abstract Submission

 

 

Details

Call For Papers

The Deadline for abstract submissions are as follows:
Oral Abstracts: 30th of April 2019
Poster Abstracts: 31st of August 2019

 

Submission steps
1
Download the submission form (pdf) from our web site. Please note this form should be completed using Adobe Reader.
2
Fill in the form, save it and return it to: [email protected]
3
The presenting author must pay registration fee (latest 10 days after admission of abstract).
4
Wait for our feedback

The organizing committee at Forums and Events is pleased to invite you to submit original abstracts for oral- and poster presentations for our upcoming 2nd Positive Psychology conference, which will take place from the 24th of 25th October 2019 in Utrecht, Netherlands. Abstracts will be selected on a “first come first serve” basis.

Please refer to our guidelines below for more information. If you have any questions, please contact the Conference & Events Team on: [email protected]

All abstracts must be submitted and presented in English and should not be longer than 300 words. Enter the full name of your abstract exactly as it appears in your abstract document. This will be used for printing in the final programme. Author's, whose abstracts are accepted, must attend the meeting and present in person.

The Abstract should be no longer than 300 words in total.

Please structure your abstract according to the following headings:
Introduction or objective
Methods
Results
Conclusions and/or discussion
Acknowledgments


For poster abstracts, please ensure that the size of the poster should correspond to portrait DIN A0 format. Dimensions are: 1189 x 841 mm or 46.8 x 33.1 in90 x 120 cm. Ideally, each poster will be self-explanatory, but there will be a session where presenting authors are expected to be available near their poster to answer questions and engage in discussions.

All accepted abstracts will be printed in the meeting abstract book. This book will be distributed to all participants at the meeting and is included in the registration fee.

To update your abstract, please send the revised version to the Conference office: [email protected]

Submitting an oral and poster abstract is free of charge but presenting authors must register and attend the Conference should their abstract be accepted. Only fully registered and paid presenters and co-presenters will be included in the final programme.

After your abstract submission, we will confirm receipt of your abstract submission by email within 3 working days. If you do not receive this confirmation by e-mail, please contact the Organizing Committee at [email protected]



Registration Fees


15% OFF FOR GROUPS (3 DELEGATES OR MORE)
Standard Registration both days €399.00

Charity/Student Registration both days €245.00

Charity/Student Registration single day €175.00

Standard Registration single day €245.00

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Registration Fees


15% OFF FOR GROUPS (3 DELEGATES OR MORE)
Standard Registration both days €399.00

Charity/Student Registration both days €245.00

Charity/Student Registration single day €175.00

Standard Registration single day €245.00

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