Venue: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Centre, 25 Palmerston Place, Edinburgh EH12 5AP
What is happiness?
- The psychology and physiology of joy
- The interplay in emotions
Happiness across history
The role of major life events
Predictors of happiness
- Personality factors, self-esteem, meaning, social relationships, etc.
A compassionate perspective - drive system, threat system, and soothing system
- Striving for balance in our modern world
The role of positive psychology
The role of adaptation and acceptance
- The extent and role of individual choice an a look at the 'choice point' from the ACT model
- The roles of values
- Interactive exercises?
Who should attend?This workshop is for anyone who would like to be happier. No prior knowledge or experience is required and all techniques and ideas will be fully explained and practised. All we ask is your willingness to get involved in the interactive exercises. Try them and see for yourself if they work for you. Families, social groups, those in any form of relationship, and of course, workplace colleagues are all encouraged to attend. It's always better to be happier together. Lifestyle and happiness are for all aspects of life.
Cost and how to bookThis workshop is FREE of charge but you must book a place if you wish to attend.
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Terms and conditions of booking
A. Your booking
Please note your booking is not complete until we have received payment in full from you (if applicable) and issued you with a written confirmation of your booking by email. Please do not assume you have booked a place until you have received this confirmation from us. Payments may be made using debit or credit card, but please note, we do not accept American Express.
B. Cancellation policy
We offer a cooling off period of 48 hours following receipt of the email from us confirming your booking. You must contact us in writing during this period by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to notify us of your wish to cancel your place/s. If such a notification is received, we will refund any payment that has been made in full. If no such notification is received during this period, no refund will be possible under any circumstances.
C. Running of the workshops
Please note that each workshop will only run if the minimum number of participants register by the cut off date (7 days prior to the commencement of the event/course). You will be notified as soon as possible if we are unable to run the workshops you have booked and in such circumstances we will make a full refund of any fee paid. Please note that First Psychology reserves the right to decline an offer of a place at any time, and to make a partial or full refund of any fee that has been paid.
D. Changes to the programme
Every attempt possible will be made to deliver the programme as advertised, however, where unforeseen circumstances arise, First Psychology Scotland reserves the right to make changes to the workshops without offering a refund. Where change(s) has been made, every attempt will be made to notify you in advance, where possible.
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F. Transfer of Registration
You may not transfer your place to another person under any circumstances.
G. Partial refunds due to non-attendance or missed sessions
We do not offer partial refunds (for paid events) under any circumstances.