About this Event
Being vulnerable requires the ability to be authentic. However, vulnerability is linked with shame, and many people who are stuck in their suffering are fearful of feeling shameful. A critical component in therapy and transformation, vulnerability impacts emotional communication, and helps to build trust and psychological safety.
In this talk, we will discuss how we can be vulnerable yet feel safe at the same time. More than just about personal development, being able to be vulnerable also lead to relationship, team, and leadership development. When we are able to step through fear despite uncertainties, we will be able to build resilience and lead our most authentic lives.
About the speaker:
Stephen Lew founded The School of Positive Psychology (TSPP) in 2007 to propagate the science of positive psychology to organisations, communities and institutions.
He is also a speaker, positive psychology coach, psychotherapist, clinical hypnotherapist, lecturer and clinical supervisor. The National Council of Psychotherapists in the U.K awards him a fellowship for his dedication to the field of mental health education and training.
Stephen enjoys personal and organisational transformation related to executive coaching, positive organisational psychology and resilience leadership development. He is highly passionate about wellbeing leadership and ecological wellbeing.
Take your first step to embark on a career in mental health, and to cultivate a wholesome wellbeing in our next generation!
After the talk, we will be sharing a Course Preview – a non-obligatory information session for prospective students to learn about the various programmes offered at The School of Positive Psychology. We would love to help you jumpstart a gratifying career!
What is the course preview about? This is an opportunity for anyone interested in TSPP’s courses to visit our campus and learn more about the course structure, career pathways and entry requirements.
Attendees will be able to participate in a Q&A session, as well as to speak to our admission staff who will be around to provide advice on admissions procedures.