Upcoming Positive Psychology Conferences (2020 + 2021)

Positive Psychology Conferences

In this article, we have compiled all the upcoming positive psychology conferences and included those we know about for 2020.

If you’re interested in speaking or presenting at any of these, we have also included the official pages for each event.

These links will include the guidelines for submissions, symposia, schedules, and more information on the conferences themselves as they become available.

NOTE: At the time of updating this article, the COVID-19 virus may impact the below-mentioned conferences. Please follow the links to check their availability first.

If you have no plans to present research or host a workshop, these positive psychology conferences are still very much worth attending. Whether its simply for a chance to interact with other therapists, coaches, or positive psychology enthusiasts, they are often global gatherings of professionals from a diversity of sectors.

Here is a brief overview of what you can expect from each of the conferences, and we will continue updating this page as more events are announced.

Before you read on, we thought you might like to download our 3 Positive Psychology Exercises for free. These science-based exercises will explore fundamental aspects of positive psychology including strengths, values, and self-compassion, and will give you the tools to enhance the wellbeing of your clients, students, or employees.

You can download the free PDF here.

 


31st World Summit on Positive Psychology, Mindfulness, Psychotherapy, and Social Sciences

Positive Psychology ConferenceDate: March 27-28, 2020
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Price: Prices vary greatly, view this registration page for more accurate details.

Description: Keynotes and addresses at this year’s World Summit are going to be covering the broad theme of character strengths, more specifically, Building Strengths towards Happiness, Wellness, and Positive Education. Speaker slots have already been announced, with a special scientific session on Positive Psychology, and this established annual event is not going to disappoint.

Attendees can look forward to hearing the latest research on topics such as mindfulness, optimism, hope, self-esteem, culture, flow, with workshops on resilience and situational analysis.

Visit the official webpage.

 


Australasian Well-being in Education Conference

Wellbeing in Education ConferenceDate: April 2-4, 2020
Location: ICC, Sydney, Australia
Price: $799 for existing PESA members and $880 for non-members, who also receive a 12-month individual PESA membership

Description: Bridging Theory, Research, and Application is the theme of this year’s PESA Australasian Well-being in Education Conference, which is expecting over 500 teachers, educators, principles, researchers, and parents.

Attendees have a chance to hear from keynote speakers Cathy Freeman OAM and Rachel Elphick, as well as take part in a range of 40-minute workshops on topics like empowering students, psychological capital for teachers, and positive education in indigenous communities.

This year, the conference also features 6-minute Inspire Sessions, concentrated presentations that focus on one or two key ideas or initiatives in the field.

Visit the official webpage and register here.

 


Wellbeing in Education NZ

Wellbeing in Education ConferenceDate & Location: Christchurch, April 2-4 and Auckland, April 6-7, 2020
Price: $590 for each conference and $325 for a Christchurch workshop, held on April 4th.

Description: Wellbeing in Education, ‘He ākonga aumangea, he ākonga tū maia’ is the biggest wellbeing conference in New Zealand, and it takes place on both islands this April.

The Christchurch conference spans three days and opens with a talk by Dr. Sue Roffey on Relationships: The Heart of Changing Behavior in Schools, before a full-day program of workshops and discussions.

Educators, parents, and teachers are invited to attend events such as Lessons in Leading Change, Enhancing Hauora, Empowering Wairua, and Practical Strategies for Showing Children you Care. You will find the Auckland program packed with talks and workshops on student wellbeing, classroom strategies, strength-based education, and more.

Learn more here about the Well-being in Education Conference.

 


Flow in Practice

Flow-in-practice ConferenceDate: April 2nd, 2020
Location: London
Price: £265 for standard registrations.

Description: Flow in practice will be the first event of its kind. This one-day conference looks at real-world, practical flow applications for leadership, creativity, teams, businesses, and entrepreneurs.

The agenda features a combination of practical case studies, research, content, and practical examples, with speakers from the European Flow Researchers Network (EFRN) whose study is focused on this positive psychological experience. It’s open to any practitioners, such as coaches, consultants, HR staff, and more, who help develop and grow people in practice.

Register for the event here.

 


2020 ResilienceCon™ – CANCELLED AND POSTPONED TO 2021

ResilienceCon-2020Date: April 5-7, 2020 April 11-13, 2021
Location: Life Paths Appalachian Research Center, Monteagle, Tennessee, US.
Price: $439 for regular registration Follow the links below for updates on the cost and venue for 2021.

Description: Drs. Kalei Kanuha, Melissa Merrick, and Maury Nation are this year’s keynote speakers at the well-known ResilienceCon in Nashville, Tennessee.

As ever, the global event will showcase interview-based sessions on program issues like self-care, strength, and resilience in society, social connectedness, post-traumatic growth, and school climate.

As is the case every year, academics, students, psychology practitioners, educators, social workers, criminologists, sociologists, as well as those in prevention, public health, or related fields are welcome!

Register or visit the official website.

 


4th Conference of the DGPPF – CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Logo Positive Psychology ConferenceDate: April 15-18, 2020 Alternative date to be announced
Location: University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria
Price: Starts at €75 for Early Bird Students, with on-the-door tickets available for non-DGPPF members at €350

Description: Promoting Positivity – Re-Thinking our Future is the 2020 theme for the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Positiv-Psychologische Forschung’s first-ever conference outside Germany. This German-language event also offers an English soundtrack, and the program is a mix of practice workshops, keynotes, structured discussions, and a Young Scientists program for students.

Relevant for professionals, students, and academics with an interest in positive-psychological theory and research, instruments, and it’s open to those in a vast array of fields including technology, health, counseling, therapy, and education.

Visit the official website for updates on the new date and venue.

 


26th Annual Wisconsin Symposium on Emotion – CANCELLED AND POSTPONED TO 2021

Date: April 16–17, 2020 April 14-15, 2021
Location: University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, USA
Price: General admission is $25-$150 not including fees
Description: The Translational Neuroscience and Mental Health theme of this year’s Annual Wisconsin Symposium on Emotion covers a fascinating range of relevant topics, and opens with a free public talk by Dr. Joshua Gordon.

Students and leading scientists gather to discuss resilience in this affective neurosciences event, which for many years has looked at psychiatry, health, and the brain, among other subjects.

Visit their website for updates on the 2021 conference.

 


Wellbeing At Work Events 2020

Date: May 12th, 2020
Location: Cape Town

Date: May 21st, 2020
Location: Lisbon

Date: June 4th, 2020
Location: New York

Date: June 9th, 2020
Location: San Francisco

Date: July 8th, 2020
Location: Singapore

Date: September 16th, 2020
Location: Amsterdam

Date: September 22nd, 2020
Location: Sydney

Date: October 7th, 2020
Location: Toronto

Date: November 5th, 2020
Location: London

Date: November 29th, 2020
Location: Oman

Date: December 1st, 2020
Location: Saudi Arabia

Price: Varies with the venue, all prices are given in local currencies.

Description: Wellbeing at Work Events are where business leaders and HR practitioners can listen to and interact with academics, experts, and others in the field.

The latest developments and breakthroughs in wellbeing are presented in a one-day event. Focused on improving organizational and people performance, this is a global event held in many locations throughout the year.

 


Positive Schools 2020

Date: May 13-15 (Western Australia), May 20-22 (Queensland), May 27-29 (Victoria), June 3-5 (NSW), Australia
Location: Visit the conference page for your closest Positive Schools 2020 Conference
Price: $550 for the two days until April 30th (for Early Birds), and $570 after.

Description: Each event kicks off with a Wednesday pre-conference workshop (check whether you need separate tickets) on Putting Values Into Action. Days 1 and 2 feature talks from psychologists and industry leaders on a range of issues, so attendees can expect to learn about staff wellbeing, post-stress emotional wellbeing, mindfulness in education, and preparing students for a VUCA world.

Visit their conference page.

 


2020 Positive Business Conference

Date: May 14-15, 2020
Location: University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, Michigan, USA
Price: $945 for conference attendees, $745 for faculty staff and students

Description: Leaders, co-workers, and psychology experts will be able to take part in important conversations about how to build positive businesses this May at the University of Michigan’s popular annual event.

The conference schedule has already been posted, and features workshops and main stage sessions focused on themes like human connection, corporate activism, innovation, business sustainability, positive leadership, and positive performance.

Featured speakers, including some notable industry names, can be found on the Speakers Page.

Visit the Positive Business Conference site.

 


Fourth Polish Society of Positive Psychology Conference – CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Date: June 12-14, 2020
Location: Bydgoszcz, Poland
Price: From PLN 250 for fulltime students applying before April 20th, up to a max of PLN 550 for full payments until May 20th.
Description: This Polish Society of Positive Psychology will be about Contemporary Challenges for Positive Psychology and the deadline for abstract submissions has been extended to March 15th.

Special guests at this year’s event, which looks at recent developments in the field, include leading motivation expert Professor Robert Vallerand and emotional intelligence researcher Dr. Moïra Mikolajczak. The conference outline will be announced on April 20th.

You can visit the official site for updates on the postponement of the conference.

 


Employee Wellbeing Congress 2020

Employee Wellness ConferenceDate: June 18th, 2020
Location: London, UK
Price: £350 for Early Bird REBA Members, up to £599 for Qualifying Non-Members
Audience: For HR staff and wellbeing practitioners in large UK organizations of 500+ staff.

Description: The first speakers are already confirmed for this British event on Positive Organizations, and attendees will be able to hear case studies of mental health strategies, workforce wellbeing initiatives, and more in action.

Open only to participants who meet the above criteria, the program offers a combination of great networking opportunities, presentations, and speeches. In line with the Beyond the Tick Boxes theme, the agenda is full of plenary presentations on our business environment, the role of the government and employers in societal health, and other vital issues influencing HR decisions today.

Find out more on the official website.

 


Workplace Wellness Festival

Workplace Wellness FestivalDate: June 22-23, 2020
Location: ICC, Sydney, Australia
Price: Discounted general admission tickets are $836.5

Description: Just under 80 speakers have been confirmed to date for the second Workplace Wellness Festival, including many names from the business and academic worlds alike.

The conference days start and end with a plenary, with roundtables, workshops, and more sessions between 10:30 and 16:00. You’ll hear case studies on wellness initiatives, learn strengths-based methodologies for organizational change, and be able to participate in discussions on important positive organizational issues like mental health, culture, and work/life balance.

Visit their website.

 


10th European Conference on Positive Psychology 2020

Date: June 24-27, 2020
Location: Harpa, Reykjavik, Iceland
Price: Between ISK 70,500 (NCHP Students) and ISK 158,500 (On-site registration)

Description: Registration is now open for the 10th ECPP, which will be held in Harpa, Reykjavik. With keynote speakers like Drs. Richard Davidson, Felicia Huppert, Richard Ryan, and many more, one of the world’s largest positive psychology events will unroll with pre-conference workshops on Wednesday 24th.

Over the three main days, expect to hear from some of the world’s leading experts on positive psychology and public health, workplace wellbeing, education and society, and the global economy. Early Bird registration is open until March 20th for this renowned event, which will cover three Positive Psychology focal areas: applied research, theory and basic research, and practice.

Visit their website and an article about the ECPP on our blog.

 


2020 Educator Summit

Date: July 22-23, 2020
Location: Philadelphia, US
Price: $450, increasing to $550 on April 15th

Description: Hosted yearly by Character Lab and partners, this conference is a nexus for teachers and other educators who want to learn more about developing character in students.

The 2020 Educator Summit includes hands-on workshops with industry experts and researchers, as well as keynotes on the latest in character research. As well as being a networking event for professionals, attendees will be able to listen to talks by key names in positive education research and application, such as Dr. Mayme Hostetter and Character Lab CEO Professor Angela Duckworth.

Learn more about the conference here.

 


11th Biennial International Meaning Conference (IMEC) 2020

Date: July 30th – August 2nd, 2020
Location: Novotel, Toronto North York, Ontario, Canada
Price: $275 for a general admission day pass, up to $450 for a special, all-inclusive package.

Description: Scholarship and submissions are due on April 30th for the Biennial International Meaning Conference, and this year’s focus is From Vulnerability to Resilience & Well-being: Advances in Existential & Positive Psychology.

If you’re a practitioner or researcher interested in wellbeing factors like cultural differences, indigenous psychology, responsibility, and positive and negative emotions, this conference features a wealth of talks and paper sessions, as well as pre-conference workshops and banquets.

Keynote speakers include Dr. Blaine Fowlers, talking on virtue and flourishing, Dr. Darcia Narvaez, Dr. Robert Emmons, and more.

Find out more here.

 


18th Annual ISQOLS Conference

Date: August 25-28, 2020
Location: Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Price: $575 for Early Bird Regular Fee ISQOLS Non-members. Learn about further concessions available on the website

Description: Happiness, quality of life, and wellbeing will underpin discussions and events at this year’s International Society for Quality of Life Studies Conference, which will be the 18th annual event of its kind.

Towards a People-First Economy: A World to Win is the overarching theme, and Early Bird registrations are open until May 15th. Attendees are invited to debate some interesting questions around a people-first economy, such as what it will take to shift to a world where collective happiness – rather than profits – are the organizational priority.

Visit the ISQOLS Website.

 


3rd Positive Psychology in Practice Conference

3rd-positive-psychology-in-practice-conferenceDate: November 5-6, 2020
Location: Paris, France
Price: From €225 for a single-day student registration to €445 for 2-day standard registration

Description: This 2-day event will include workshops and speeches on positive psychology research methodology, clinical and mental health settings, education, interventions, coaching, and social change, as well as a host of other topics.

It will also be relevant for a wide practitioner audience, with educators, wellness practitioners, organizational leaders, entrepreneurs, researchers, and NGO ambassadors all welcome – a great networking opportunity.

Visit the booking website.

 


Happy Homes, Happy Society?

Date: November 12-13, 2020
Location: The Royal Society of Medicine, London
Price: £340 is the full price for delegates, but it’s £280 for Early Birds who book before May 31st

Description: Here’s a conference about the role of happy domestic situations on individual and global happiness, and it’s being hosted by the Home Renaissance Foundation (HRF).

Professional and academic delegates are welcome to attend and will have a chance to listen to some well-known keynote speakers such as Lord Layard, Professor Sonia Livingstone, Dr. Maria Bakardjieva, and Prof. Maria Pia Chirinos.

Interdisciplinary papers that cover areas such as Anthropological and Sociological Aspects of Happiness, Home automation, wellbeing at home, and more are currently being accepted.

Here is their website.

 


Happiness and Its Causes 2020

Happiness and its causesDate: November 19-20, 2020
Location: International Convention Center, Sydney, Australia
Price: $1,855 for a 4-day Gold Pass, $1,095 for a 2-day Gold Pass (not including GST)

Description:  A limited 2-for-1 early access tickets will be available on March 17th (register here).

Confirmed speakers for the world’s largest wellbeing and happiness conference include Drs. Robert Biswas-Diener, Eve Ekman, and Rick Hanson, and this year’s emphasis will be techniques and tools that promote flourishing, resilience, and recovery.

Taking place over two days, the conference will address the latest in fields like connection, mindfulness, coping, altruism, and flourishing.

Visit their website.

 


International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA) 7th World Congress on Positive Psychology

WCPP2021Date: July 15-18, 2021
Location: Vancouver, Canada
Price: TBA – Registrations are not yet open.

Description: Organized by the IPPA, the 7th Congress anniversary theme is Wellbeing for All. Thus, its focus will be inclusive positive psychology – a science encompassing all perspectives and aiming for collective happiness. Upward of 100 speakers are expected to attend, with post-congress workshops, a scientific poster gallery, and 1500+ global delegates

Here is the official website for the IPPA event

 


Do you know of any other positive psychology conferences that haven’t been listed above?

Please leave a comment!

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About the Author

Catherine Moore has a BSc in Psychology from the University of Melbourne. She enjoys researching and using her HR knowledge to write about Positive and Organizational psychology. When she isn’t getting super ‘psyched’ about her favorite topics of creativity, motivation, engagement, learning, and happiness, she loves to surf and travel.

Comments

  1. Amanda Flynn

    Dear Colleagues,
    Kindly update the Positive Psychology and Well-being 2020 event International Conference on Positive Psychology, Mindfulness, Happiness, Well-being and Mental Health on October 19-21, 2020 in Vancouver, Canada.

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  2. Marti

    Thanks for this amazing information! Will you be updating the list anytime soon?

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    • Kerry

      I’m also interested in what’s coming for 2020. We are budgeting now so early notice helps us plan. Thanks for the comprehensive list so far!

      Reply
  3. Kelsey J. O'Connor

    Hello! I just learned about this list. It’s exciting to see so much work on happiness!
    I have another conference to list: Well-Being 2020: Knowledge for informed decisions. The conference will take place March 2020 in Luxembourg. It will host presenters from all social sciences. The abstract submission deadline is October 15.
    For more information see: https://www.wellbeing2020.lu/

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  4. Johnny Goldin

    Catherine very comprehensive approach which is purposely multi-disciplinary to the max! And that’s good and I was an early adopter in the field but not being an academic I was not embraced or even treated fairly by some of the founders. However I use the principles and especially the Character Strengths and Virtues test with my clients. I’m LICSW in Lexington MA in private practice and I’d call myself an eclectic intellectual— hard to be in the USA!

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  5. Kebuya Nathaniel Nganchi

    Happy for a site like this. I’m kebuya Nathaniel. Will love to be getting more updates from here about seminars and workshops.

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  6. Anju

    Hi, I am a senior psychologist and a business leader. My book on Burnout: How to beat fatigue and thrive in an overworked world, is being published by Penguin Random House. Will be out end of July 2019. I would love to speak to someone from Positive Psychology about it. thanks.

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    • Kebuya Nathaniel Nganchi

      Hello, am kebuya Nathaniel Nganchi from the university of Bamenda. Email, nathakebu@yahoo.com. Will love to work with you and here more about your write ups

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    • Catherine Moore

      Hi Anju, nice to hear from you and thanks for getting engaged with the article.
      Your book looks interesting, will you be presenting on it at one of these upcoming Positive Psychology conferences?
      Why don’t you get in contact with us and let’s talk: https://positivepsychology.com/contact/
      Cath

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  7. Nancy Auvil

    I’d love to participate in these conferences in the future. I’m a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist working in psychiatry in San Diego California.

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  8. Leslie Crowley, MA, LPC, LCDC, EMDR trained

    thank you

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  9. zhu lan

    30th World Summit on Positive Psychology, Mindfulness, Psychotherapy and Philosophy is fake, cuz I registered on the website and pay for the online webinar, but didn’t get any email. I emailed them but also didn’t get any reply.

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  10. Ava Oleson

    Do you plan to offer any conferences for the large mental health community in Southern California/Orange County region? Did you know there are approximately as many people in SoCal as there are in the entire country of Canada? Provided the conference is marketed effectively, you’d have a large audience here and I for one would be the first to sign up! We’d love to have you here.

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    • Monica Rosser

      With a legacy of 30 years of excellence in Publishing and with a support of various societies, we are currently organizing, “4th Annual Conference on Brain Disorders, Neurology and Therapeutics” (Brain Disorders 2019) scheduled during June 10-11, 2019 at Dublin, Ireland with a theme of “Scientific insights of Brain Disorders and Neurology Research”.
      Brain Disorders 2019 includes lively debates, prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations, workshops and networking opportunities around a core of plenary and concurrent sessions in Neurology and Brain Disorders.
      We welcome your concern, questions, and comments. We are confident that you will get an unforgettable experience exploring new opportunities at our Conference.
      For more details: https://braindisorders.pulsusconference.com/
      Your positive response will be a stepping stone for the conference to make the event successful and memorable

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  11. suzanne quinney

    there is such a lot of synergy between Appreciative Inquiry and PP. We always include a section on PP in our training. could you please include this conference http://waic2019.com/index.php/programme/

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    • Cath

      Hi Suzanne,
      I’m sorry, I wasn’t quick enough!
      However, I just finished writing an article about Appreciative Inquiry and your website was an incredibly helpful resource. The past WAIC uploads were intensely useful and I made sure to recommend them as such…that article should be posted very soon. Let me know if you have another AI conference that I can update this page with.
      Thanks!
      Cath

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  12. Mia Jorge

    Thanks for sharing this with us.
    Best regards
    Mia jorge

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  13. victor

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  14. Kateryna Sylaska

    Are there any updates for conferences happening in late 2019 or 2020?
    All but one of these conferences have past and IPPA had submissions due last October.

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  15. Nicole Zavala

    Any events in Mexico?

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    • Craig Smith

      None that we are aware of at this moment, unfortunately. The page is regularly updated, so keep an eye out for future possibilities.

      Reply
  16. Matt Perelstein

    Hi. We have 2 Positive Psychology-related conferences scheduled for 2019. How do we get listed here?

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    • Craig Smith

      Hi Matt, I have sent you an email with the relevant details on how to get your conferences listed 🙂

      Reply
  17. Ram

    i want subscription here too 😉

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  18. Samita Ingle

    Dear Sir / Madam,
    Greetings for the day !
    At the outset, I would like to introduce myself Samita Ingle, have pursued my Bachelors degree in Psychology, Mumbai University, India and later pursued my Masters in Personnel management and Industrial Relations, SNDT University, Mumbai, India. I got your reference from the website and would like to know some details regarding study / research options / work options if any in USA.
    I am currently working as Manager – Corporate Relations with one of the esteemed management Institutes in Pune. But since I have strong inclination and keen interests in the field of Pyschology, Human Relations, Organisational Behaviour I intend and wish to pursue my further Research studies in the same in USA.
    In this regard it will be of great help and support to connect and discuss with you about the opportunities in this field. I will be happy to share my latest CV to you for your kind perusal.
    Hence would really appreciate if you could share your contact details so that I can reach you depending upon your convenience and availability.
    Thank you.
    Best Regards,
    Samita Ingle

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    • Sydney Webb

      Samita,
      You may want to look into Claremont Graduate University and their research opportunities in Positive Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior. I currently attend this university and it’s unique in it’s combination of organizational psychology and positive psychology. One negative part is that tuition is expensive. Pay for research as a PhD student is available, but it’s not much.
      Email me at sydney.webb@cgu.edu if you want to chat more and I can connect you with the people you need.
      Best,
      Sydney

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  19. Rosa Mendes

    We are glad to bring you with an incredible conference on Positive Psychology and Happiness 2019 on November 13-14 at Dubai, UAE with an interesting level of theme on ”Interdisciplinary perspectives towards Positive Education, Happiness, Wellness, Resilience and Wellbeing”.
    This interdisciplinary and international conference is an acting stage for Academicians, Physicians, Happiness, Positive Psychology, Mindfulness experts along with Psychologists, Psychotherapists, Psychiatrists, Mental Health professionals, Researchers, Physicians, Clinicians, Pharmacists, Social workers, Business Entrepreneurs, Healthcare professionals, Nurse practitioners, Associations and Societies, Universities and Colleges Professors, Associate Professors, Lecturers, PhD Scholars, Neurologists, Neuroscientists, Education leaders, Healthcare industries, Primary Healthcare specialists, Family Medicine specialists, Community specialists, Public Health specialists, Policy makers, Behavioral health administrators, Primary care providers, Training Institutes, Medical centers faculty and staff, Software developing companies, Manufacturing Medical Devices companies, Industry suppliers and Vendors, Advocates, Directors, Technicians, Therapists, Counselors, Care givers, Yoga, Meditation experts and Spiritual healers to discuss and exchange their innovations and new ideas.
    Abstract submission is Open Now: Call for Papers
    Collaborations and Ties
    Exhibitions & Sponsorship
    Contact: positivepsychology.lexis@gmail.com

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    • simran shah

      Can i get more details about the research topics.

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  20. Lydia Eckstein

    Please can you sign me up for the newsletter too.

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    • Craig Smith

      No problems, I have you subscribed you to the newsletter 🙂

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      • FREDRICK WEKHUYA

        Dear Craig,
        I am Fredrick, I would like to be featured as a facilitator. I have never done it before but wish to feature in one that would act as a stepping stone. Kindly help me achieve this as it would mark the beginning of a great journey. I will be grateful.
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    Please sign me up for newsletter. I look forward to the 2019 listings.
    Warmly,
    Jennifer

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  22. Gayathri Govardhan

    Psychology 2018 invites all the research scholars and experts in the field of Psychology and Behavioral Science to attend the conference “21st World Congress on Psychology and Behavioral Science” to be held on November 14-15, 2018 at San Antonio, USA under the theme Fathom the Behavioral Psychology of Humans. We are pleased to invite all the attendees, researchers, students, Presenters, Sponsors and Exhibitors to register and attend the conference Psychology 2018. The organizing committee is organizing an exciting and informative conference program including informative lectures, symposium, workshops, poster presentations and various programs for participants from all over the world. Thus, attend the conference and create a platform to share information, recent technologies and scope in the field of Psychology and Behavioral Science.

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  23. Muhammad Azeem Sabri

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  25. Onizuka Hime

    Our organizing Committee is pleased to welcome you to the International Conference on Neurology and Mental Disorders which is to be held on November 27-29, 2018 at Athens, Greece. This event is particularly an Innovatory and stimulating meeting which provides leading-edge information on two subjects, particularly Neuroscience and Mental Health. This platform provides an opportunity to each and every individual to know about the recent advancements in the field of Neuroscience and Psychiatry. It gives a great chance to exchange or share ideas and establishes collaboration amongst the eminent people across the globe and also provided B2B networking.
    Our Organizing Committee wishes you to take a challenging participation at the event and help to learn and explore extensively in this meeting.
    Conference Highlights
    • Neurology
    • Neurological Disorders
    • Stroke
    • Dementia
    • Alzheimer’s Diseases
    • Epilepsy
    • Neuroimaging and Radiology
    • Spine Disorders
    • Mental Illness
    • Types of Mental Health
    • Depression
    • Eating Disorders
    • Schizophrenia
    • Anxiety Disorder
    • Chronic Mental Illness
    • Women’s Mental Health
    If you have any sorts of queries or doubts, please feel free to drop us a mail at: vani.s.mentalhealthcongress@gmail.com
    Abstract Submission link: https://mentaldisorders.neurologyconference.com/abstract-submission.php
    Registration Submission link: https://mentaldisorders.neurologyconference.com/registration.php
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/Mental_Health18
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MentalHealthCongress2018
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mentalhealthcongress/

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  26. Kimberley Seitz

    This is a wonderful list and very helpful! Thank you.

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  27. Homework Help

    Many thanks for sharing this nice list. The main topic of this upcoming event, 10th Biennal International Meaning Conference which is being held in between August 2-5, 2018 in Vancouver, Canada, is Courage, Faith, and Meaning: Existential Positive Psychology’s Response to Adversity. Invited speakers include: Veronika Huta, Roger Tweed, Piers Worth, Pninit Russo-Netzer, Dmitry Leontiev, Julia Yang, Eileen Dowse, Laura Atwood, Yannick Jacob, Gordon Carkner, Claude-Helene Mayer, Seph Fontane Pennock, Kathy Story, and Solomon Makola.

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  29. Paulette Lawrence

    Please send 2019 conference information

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    • Khursheed AHMED

      Please send me too 2019 conference information thank you

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  30. Joseph Loy (Principals Academy, Singapore)

    This inaugural International Education Conference organised by Singapore Management University and Principals Academy brings you strategies from thought leaders and educators from top performing schools in the world, such as Westminster School (United Kingdom) and African Leadership Academy (South Africa) on how to develop agile and adaptable youth in this technological era.
    Beyond the taught curriculum, it also explores and celebrates positivity, resilience and empathy that all effective schools must promote to ensure that our students are able to thrive in a complex and volatile world.
    Check out http://www.iec.academy for more information!
    Dates: 25 and 26 July 2018 in Singapore

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  31. Ryan D'Cruz

    Hi! I am very excited to share about International Conference & Expo on Clinical Psychology which is held during October 18-20, 2018 at Amsterdam, Netherlands.
    Conference Highlights
    Following are the lists of conference major topic which will be discussed in the Clinical Psychology Conference 2018
    Clinical Psychology | Cognitive Behavioral Therapy | Mental Health | Behavioral Psychology | Clinical Neuropsychology | Psychological Disorders | Factors Affecting Psychological Disorders | Humanistic Psychology | Child and Adolescent Psychology | Abnormal Psychology| Developmental Psychology | Positive Psychology | Occupational Psychology | Social Psychology| Psychiatric Nursing| Emotion Regulation Therapy | Creative Thinking | Computational Approach in Psychology | Compulsive and Addictive Behavior | Advanced Therapeutic Approaches | Yoga, Medication and Mindfulness | Rehabilitation and Recovery | Clinical Analysis, Assessment and Diagnosis
    To know further about the conference visit our homepage: https://clinicalpsychology.psychiatryconferences.com/

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  32. Adrian Brown

    Could you please send me a program for the 2019 positive psychology conferences

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  33. Clinical Psychologist Dubai

    Thank you for updated this important even list of conferences on Psychology.

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  34. Prof. JG. Kheswa

    please notify me on the dates for 2019’s Positive Psychology Conferences.

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  35. Fariha Mela

    Please arrange some in Dubai

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  36. Ronan Estoque

    Pls sign me up for the newsletter…

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  37. Christine McGovern

    Please sign me up for the newsletter.

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  38. Christina Michaelson

    Please sign me up for the newsletter

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  39. Keaoleboga Prudence Merementsi

    Hi! I am very excited for Africa Positive Psychology Conference. I would like to know where to apply for the conference because I don’t want to miss it.

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  40. Jessie van den Heuvel

    This page has been updated on the 5th of February 2018. Please Enjoy!

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  41. Toni Barton

    Please could I get any details on any conferences in Dubai for 2018.
    Many thanks.

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  42. Abigail Adade

    Hello, am I late to apply for any conference pls?

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  43. Tohmo Florence Fulai bih

    Hello I am Tohmo Florence. Am a Cameroonian. I have a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the university of Buea. I love the field so much and will love to attend the up coming 2018 conference in Budapest,Hungary. Wish to ask how and what I need to apply for the conference.

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  44. Shubheksha Sharma

    Hi. I’m from Nepal. I’m a student of MA psychology. I have just completed 1st year. It will be a great opportunity to attend ICPDPP 2017: 19th International Conference on Psychiatric Disorders and Positive Psychology 17 -18 July 2017. What is the procedure?

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  45. Addai Gandy

    Hi, am I late to apply for the 2017 conference in Canada?

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  46. ric

    Hello, I have a question, so when the accepted papers will be published online or will be published on booklet?
    Thank you!

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  47. GK

    Hello,
    I’m interested in the Happiness & its causes conf in Sydney in June 2017.
    I know its too early now but on clicking the (here) button, the page doesn’t open up.
    Where can I get details of this conference?

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  48. Mutiu

    Its great getting to see one here in kuala lumpur. Really appreciate the efforts of everyone. Never hesitate to call for my helping hand in case you need one.

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  49. meltem kılıçcı

    Hi, I love all of them. I would want to attend some of them. What do I have to do for attendance?

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  50. Kerstin Jatho

    Thank you for the update on these events. Noticing that it’s time to put a PP event together in South Africa.

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    • Stephanie Diepering

      Hello Kerstin, yes that would be amazing! Go for it!

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  51. Katrina

    Thank you for the updated list of conferences on Positive Psychology. I am hoping to attend at least one this year.
    Katrina

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    • Stephanie Diepering

      Hello Katrina, hope you can find the one you are looking for on this list.

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  52. Tina Hallis

    What an amazing list! Thanks for pulling these together. It’s inspiring to see so many great conferences focused on Positive Psychology.

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    • Stephanie Diepering

      Hi Tina, glad you like it!

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  53. reginald Amanze

    kindly keep me posted with the latest and up-coming events in Positive Psychology around the world !

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  54. Sarah Smith

    Any news on conferences in 2017? I would love to go to at least one. Many thanks 🙂

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    • Seph Fontane Pennock

      We just updated the page Sarah. Enjoy! 🙂

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  55. Louise Lambert

    in response to those wanting a positive psychology conference in the Middle East, stay tuned, it’s in the works!

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  56. Rosalind Irving

    Please keep me posted for upcoming conferences. 2017.
    Thank you.

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  57. Chanda

    Please keep me posted for the upcoming conferences 2017

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  58. Tatiana

    Please keep me posted.

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    • Seph Fontane Pennock

      Sure thing Tatiana!

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  59. Imo Bakari

    Please keep me posted all such events going forward. I will most certainly try to attend one.
    Regards
    Imo Bakari

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  60. James Butcher

    Would be great to keep posted on positive psychology events

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  61. Mansa

    Hi Steph,
    I wish I had find this earlier. I was looking for conferences to attend in June in London. Anyway, this is a great initiative. Keep me posted!
    Thanks
    Mansa

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    • Mansa

      *found

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  62. Mutiu Salami

    Hi Seph,
    Am a PhD student writing on integrating the Islamic concept of hope and sense of gratitude into CBT. I observed almost all the conferences are taking place in Western countries. How about organising one in South-East Asia, Midde-East or Africa

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    • Uzma Mubashir

      Aoa. I loved ur topic. Such a conference in south east, middle east or Africa would be a great effort. Ur research topic is beautiful I must say

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  63. Uzma Mubashir

    Hi
    Plz keep me posted. I am interested in positive psychology conferences in December 2016 if any. Also, if you have any information about positive psychology conferences in 2017 plz share it here. Thanks

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  64. Yu Perrin

    Please keep me posted. It’s brilliant to see there are so many opportunities in joining one in Europe.
    Unfortunately the dates of Angers conference have a conflict with the F1 sessions I bought my hubby as a birthday gift and the Berlin one is only for German speakers.
    I look forward to joining one soon.
    Thank you

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  65. Janet Clarke

    Thanks for these weekly updates.
    Do you have 2017 information for any courses in Vancouver, Canada?
    thanks!
    Jan C

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    • Seph Fontane Pennock

      Hi there Janet,
      It is our pleasure to keep you posted. We currently do not have any specific information about courses in that area, but I can highly recommend you to keep an eye on our courses page. We post all new PP courses that we discover there.
      All the best,
      Seph

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  66. Bada Bukola

    Please keep me posted.

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    • Seph Fontane Pennock

      Sure thing Bada!

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  67. Helen Tabe

    I am glad to meet this site and I intend to have updates of all conferences because I run an ngo on helping orphans with objectives to counsel orphans and integrate them into the society. positive psychology is very essential in their lives

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    • Seph Fontane Pennock

      That sounds like a very noble cause Helen – keep up the amazing work. Hope our site will remain of use to you and the people you help.
      Best,
      Seph

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  68. James G. Schiller, PhD

    Why are the Positive Psychology conferences in Germany (mid-July in Cologne and Sept. in Berlin) only two (2) days while that in Angers (France) are 4 days? It is difficult to justify organizational sponsorship or payment for such a short time, especially with regard to non-profits, etc. I suggest pre- and post- meetings, seminars or related presentations (even if informal or non-academic) to extend the conference offerings and lend more justification for employer support and payment.

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    • Seph Fontane Pennock

      Unfortunately we have no say in that James. What I can tell you is that the ECPP in Angers is definitely going to be worth the travelling. Hope you get to make it to one of them!

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  69. Jackie cleary

    Please keep me posted I’m doing a Positive Psychology conference in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 2016

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    • Seph Fontane Pennock

      Will do Jackie!

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