- Apr 29 2023
TimeIncludes a 15 minute break.
- 9:30 am - 12:45 pm
Learning to Keep Your Sense of Humour on Tough Days
This workshop is based on a Humor Training Program called The 7 Humor Habits Program. It has been successfully tested in four countries (Switzerland, Germany and Australia—as well as the USA). There is also a Japanese translation of the book containing the Training now available in Japan. The Training is contained in Paul’s book, Humor as Survival Training for a Stressed-Out world: The 7 Humor Habits Program. The focus of this Training is to first get a better understanding of your own sense of humor, and then practice the 7 key humor habits, with the ultimate goal of keeping your sense of humor on high-stress days; i.e., learning to use\ “humor” to cope with life stress—both in your work with young children and elsewhere in daily life.
Dr. Paul Mcghee is a developmental psychologist who spent 20 years teaching at the university level before quitting his academic job to become a full-time professional speaker. Paul has published 5 books and many scientific articles on children’s humor and is internationally known for his own research in the area.? Paul has received lifetime achievement awards from a) the International Society for Humor Studies, b) Oakland University and c) the Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor for both his basic research on humor and laughter and work on practical daily applications of humor.
Suitable for early learning professionals and parents.
Pro D certificate: Yes, 3 hours.
Online Registration link: https://anc.ca.apm.activecommunities.com/ygv/activity/search/detail/3339?onlineSiteId=0&from_original_cui=true
- Capacity: Spaces Available