Canadian Positive Psychology Association

CPPA launches the Meaning Contest


In anticipation of our upcoming webinar Crafting a Life that Matters by Emily Esfahani Smith, CPPA is launching our meaning contest. We are excited to hear from all of you! We want to know how the study and practice of positive psychology have brought more meaning to your life? You can send us your response here

The top 3 best submissions will each receive a copy of Emily's book The Power of Meaning, and a one-year free membership to CPPA - a total value of $150 awaits! Seven other winners will also get a free book! The contest starts on March 7 and closes on April 7, 2017. Click here to get more information about the contest.


Winners will be announced during Emily’s webinar on April 12, 2017. Follow this link to register for this event. 

Why join the CPPA?

Membership in the Canadian Positive Psychology Association is an excellent way to learn about how the science of psychological well-being can improve the lives of individuals, communities, and organizations in Canada

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About the conference

The Canadian Positive Psychology Association held the 2nd Educating for Resilience Conference in November 2015. This conference was developed for teachers, counselors, educators, and positive psychology practitioners who are interested in learning about how to use Positive Psychology to increase resilience in schools. We partnered with Upper Canada College and had a complete new line-up of talented and highly inspirational speakers. It was an outstanding day of learning about how to increase resilience in schools for student, faculty, and staff.

While traditional mental health programs focus on coping with mental illness, Educating for Resilience provides the strategies and techniques to increase positive mental health and fitness - a rapidly growing focus in the teaching community. 

Watch out for the next Educating for Resilience Conference. Details to be announced soon. 

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