Positive Psychology: Confronting the Myths and Exploring Opportunities
WHERE: New Brighton Community Center, 400 10th St NW, New Brighton, MN 55112
WHEN: February 21, 2019
$30 member, $50 non-member, $15 student members
The recent research in positive psychology has sparked significant changes in thinking and methodology for practitioners in all arenas of counseling and coaching. Yet, many of the clients we serve experience blocks and barriers due to physical, mental, and emotional challenges. Is positive psychology truly accessible to ALL individuals? Or is it a gimmicky, fluffy trend that will eventually fade?
This workshop will address some of the core critiques of positive psychology and offer stories, strategies, and tools to help our clients flourish, enhance well-being, and develop resilience to get the most out of life.
About Carmen Croonquist:
Carmen Croonquist is an executive coach, leader, and motivational speaker known for her unique ability to help individuals find clarity about their life purpose and expedite changes. President of Intentionality Coaching & Consulting Services, she uses her intuitive and strategic gifts to help clients remove beliefs/programs that limit their potential.
For the past ten years, she has devoted extensive study to positive psychology, neuroscience, brain-based success strategies, and ThetaHealing. In addition to a Master's degree in Counseling, Carmen holds several coaching certifications. She is a past-president of MCDA and a recipient of the Jules Kerlan Lifetime Achievement Award and the Marty Dockman Merit Award.
2:30-3:00 pm - Check-in
3:00-5:30 pm - Carmen Croonquist presents
5:30-6:30 pm - Networking and socializing
The National Career Development Association (NCDA) will grant 2.5 continuing education credits for this event.