Conference Proceedings: The International Psychology Conference Dubai (October 3, 2020)

Authors

  • Louise Lambert Editor of the Middle East Journal of Positive Psychology https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4651-929X
  • Silvia King
  • Oliver Baxter
  • Nicola Barrington

Keywords:

positive psychology, wellbeing, Middle East/North Africa, coaching, culture, positive psychology coaching

Abstract

The International Psychology Conference Dubai (IPCD) aims to act as a forum where practitioners and applied professionals can explore international knowledge and local best-practice to develop the psychology, wellbeing and human performance industry in the region. IPCD’s focus is on bringing practice-focused research and professional development opportunities to those working in the GCC and MENA region. For our first fully online conference on 3rd October 2020, under the theme “Social Identity: Co-existence in a Changing World”, presenters from around the world gave presentations, panel discussions and workshops covering a range of topics, including positive psychology. See the agenda at www.psychologygcc.com and history of IPCD at www.psych-me.com. Organizers of the conference include Dr. Kirin Hilliar, Dr. Alia Al Serkal and Cakil Agnew.

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Published

2020-12-30

How to Cite

Lambert, L., King, S., Baxter, O., & Barrington, N. (2020). Conference Proceedings: The International Psychology Conference Dubai (October 3, 2020). Middle East Journal of Positive Psychology, 6, 103–106. Retrieved from https://www.middleeastjournalofpositivepsychology.org/index.php/mejpp/article/view/113

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Regional Conference Proceedings

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