Seminar Topic: A Fourfold Framework for Optimal Mental Health and Balance Dynamic lecturer, progressive scholar, and one of the most prolific writers and translators of Tibetan Buddhism in the West, B. Alan Wallace, Ph.D., continually seeks innovative ways to integrate Buddhist contemplative practices with Western science to advance the study of the mind. UWC Thailand International School (UWCT) and Thanyapura Health & Sports Resort are honoured to be able to host Dr. Wallace for a two-day seminar in Phuket on November 17 & 18. The seminar is free of charge—compliments of UWCT and Thanyapura—but spaces are limited. Dr. Wallace's visit underpins the school's perspective that mindfulness is integral to a 21st-century education. About the Seminar Since the mid-twentieth century, clinical psychology has been focused primarily on the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness, while defining mental health as the simple absence of mental disease. Over the past fifteen years, a new trend in Positive Psychology has sought to augment this with more positive elements of mental health and well-being. During this seminar, four types of intelligence will be discussed that are essential for bringing about optimal mental health and balance; conative, attentional, cognitive, and emotional intelligence. Mental illness occurs when… Read full this story
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