The Pathway to Resilience: How to Effectively Regulate Emotions
Date and Time
University Centre, 441 (north elevators)
No registration is required.
This workshop is going to introduce participants to the concept of emotion regulation through experiential learning activities. Participants will leave equipped with easy-to-use tools to successfully regulate both their positive and negative emotions.
Michelle is an M.A student in Industrial and Organizational Psychology at the University of Valencia, currently doing a practical internship at the University of Guelph. Michelle has considerable experience and training in applying psychological principles to the world of work. She has previously done research on organizational justice and is currently researching collective mindfulness in high reliability organizations.
Craig is an M.A. student in Industrial and Organizational Psychology at the University of Guelph. Craig has worked on several consulting projects involving training and group facilitation. He has research experience investigating motivational processes and is currently devising new and innovative approaches to support worker well-being through evidence-based positive psychology programs.