Online Event: In Conversation with Lorna Mills (26.4.22, 7.30pm UK)
Practitioners helping practitioners.
Tuesday 26th April, 7.30pm-8.30pm (UK / London)
Join Lorna Mills to reflect on using Positive Psychology (PP) during challenging times, with a particular focus on mortality awareness (MA).
Lorna will talk about some of the research out there on PP and MA. She will discuss ethics and safeguarding issues before sharing a few practical examples of how PP practitioners might bring in PP Interventions that could be useful to either themselves or others, using case study examples.
She will then question how we can bring PP into these experiences in a society that shies away from these types of conversations. Finally, she will invite the audience to reflect on their own experiences and what they have found useful either personally or professionally before ending with a Q&A discussion.
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Lorna Mills – BSc (Hons), MSc, MAPPCP, MBPsS
Lorna is an executive leadership coach who works internationally. She enjoys applying positive psychology when coaching leaders through situations of organisational and personal disruption, challenge, and change.
She has an interest in second wave positive psychology and hopes to publish her creative coaching study in this area this summer. Lorna is a member of the British Psychological Society North West committee and co hosts the Merseyside Peer Practice group. She has a degree in Behavioural Sciences and an MSc in Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology.