Online Event: In Conversation with Tia Moin (13.9.21 – 6pm)
How Positive Psychology Coaching can help you manage the challenges of the pandemic.
Monday 13th September 6-7pm (UK / London)
The Covid19 pandemic has led to the experience of significant personal and professional challenges for many over the past year and a half; and one might question what role positive psychology – often misunderstood as “happy-ology” – has to play in supporting people through the pandemic?
In this conversation, Tia will discuss research she completed in collaboration with Professor Christian van Nieuwerburgh and colleagues, at the University of East London, as well as draw on her professional experience of coaching through the pandemic to provide insight into how positive psychology coaching can support individuals through these difficult times. There will be time for discussion and questions, too.
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Tia Moin is a Positive Organisational & Coaching Psychologist with over 20 years of international consulting experience developing leaders and professionals. As an elected Committee Member of the Special Group in Coaching Psychology – British Psychological Society, she is closely involved in developing and shaping the profession of Coaching Psychology and prides herself on professional, ethical and evidence-based psychological practice. She is actively involved in researching coaching, diversity and inclusion through the University of East London and University of Reading (UK) respectively. Tia enjoys helping people to achieve the “sweet spot” between performance and wellbeing through the use of positive psychology coaching.