Introducing Adventures in Positive PsychologyI’m pleased to introduce our newest blog, Adventures in Positive Psychology with Joe Wilner, MA, focused on the topic of positive psychology. You’ve probably heard a thing or two about positive psychology in the past decade, because of its focus on helping people to better understand themselves and their lives to increase happiness. Sure, life can be challenging sometimes and many face a mental health concern. But that’s no reason you shouldn’t be seeking personal growth all of your life too, and find ways to increase your happiness and well-being.

Joe Wilner has a Masters Degree in Psychology and a Masters in Liberal Arts, with a concentration in Management and Leadership. Joe is a certified meditation instructor through the American Institute of Health Care Professionals (AIHC) as well as a certified coach practitioner through the Certified Coaches Federation (CCF). He is the Founder of Aspire to Grow, an organization providing coaching and training to assist students in career planning and the development of social and emotional intelligence. You can learn more about Joe over on the new blog.

Please give Joe a big Psych Central welcome over at the Adventures in Positive Psychology blog now!

 


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    Last reviewed: By John M. Grohol, Psy.D. on 25 Jan 2011
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APA Reference
Grohol, J. (2011). Introducing Adventures in Positive Psychology. Psych Central. Retrieved on October 21, 2014, from http://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2011/01/25/introducing-adventures-in-positive-psychology/

 

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