Workshops

NOTE: For information about venues yet to be confirmed or any other information about these workshops please contact:
Erica Frydenberg:  e.frydenberg@unmelb.edu.au

2016:

May 7th Melbourne, May 21st Brisbane, May 22nd Sydney and May 26th Perth.

Australian Psychological Society Institute.
Coping across the life span: Developing Resilience. A one day workshop

2015:

12th June Keynote Address
College of Educational Developmental Psychology National Conference

Coping: Meeting the Challenge of Resilience Across the Lifespan

2nd July  Tel-Aviv Israel Stress Anxiety Research Society Conference
Building resilience through coping measurement and applications: From Early Years through to adulthood.

13 July  King David School Wellbeing Conference
Attitude, emotion, self-concept and the classroom
Workshop 1: Problem and emotion related coping skills in the classroom and beyond for adolescents.
Workshop 2: Problem and emotion related coping skills in the classroom and beyond for teachers, parents and children.

29 September Australian Psychological Society Conference, Gold Coast Queensland
Building resilience through coping measurement and applications and applications: From early years through to adulthood.
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SELECTED WORKSHOPS

2014    Coping as a positive psychological tool to advance wellbeing for students and their teachers
Currajong Wellbeing Conference, 23 May

2014     Families can do coping: Effective strategies for you and your child
Australian Psychological Society, NSW Branch, 13 March

2014     Preschool Productive Parenting: Train the trainers, City of Yarra, 12 and 19 March

2014     Self-Care  for professionals: Developing hardiness and coping skills
Australian Psychological Society, Victorian Branch, 1 March

2013     Coping as a Positive Psychological Tool,
Australian Psychological Society National Conference, Cairns 7 October

2013     Parents can do Coping: Effective strategies for you and your child
A train the trainer workshop for professionals   27 September

2013     What’s new in coping: A positive psychological tool to advance wellbeing and
performance from 4 to 74
Australian Psychological Society, NSW, 30 August