Fizza Shah has a BSc in Psychology and an additional MSc in Applied Positive Psychology from Buckinghamshire New University. Her career started with banking and then progressed to working with special needs children to voluntary college teacher for Psychology.
Her journey of change has been an inner passion to pursue Positive Well being for all with the initiation of the Positive Well being Association face book group and word press site too. My accreditations membership eligibility to The British Psychological Society, International Positive Psychology Association, one year’s experience of mentoring at Bucks new university and team member blogger.
Positive Psychology has inspired her to look at positive interventions that ignite better well being and change the way society deals with clinical issues in a more positive adaptive manner.
Focusing upon Martin Seligman’s goal of increasing Worldwide Well being by 51% by 2051 she starts her humble journey towards a positive mindset “Positive Well being for all” starting within my community first.
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Dr. Paul T. P. Wong
Dr. Paul T. P. Wong is a registered psychologist who originated Meaning-Centered Counseling and Therapy (MCCT), an integrative, existential, and positive approach to counseling, coaching, and psychotherapy. Dr. Paul is also the Founding President of the International Network on Personal Meaning (INPM) and the International Society for Existential Psychology and Psychotherapy (ISEPP), which publishes the International Journal of Existential Psychology and Psychotherapy (IJEPP). Aside from being the Editor-in-Chief of the IJEPP, he is also serving on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Humanistic Psychology. He is Professor Emeritus at Trent University and Trinity Western University, and Adjunct Professor of Saybrook University.
Currently, Dr. Paul devotes most of his time to the INPM, writing, and private practice. His autobiography is being published in weekly installments, which can be found here.
Dr Christopher Vincent
Chris has a background in Artificial Intelligence and Psychology and is currently heading the Healthcare Sector at PDD group in London. PDD is an innovation consultancy with offices in London, Hong Kong and Shanghai. Prior to joining PDD, Chris was a research associate, formally at UCL working in the University College London Interaction Centre (UCLIC) – a world leading Centre of Excellence in Human-Computer Interaction. At UCL Chris spent five years working on the EPSRC funded CHI+MED research project, investigating ways to make medical devicessafer. During this project, he developed an understanding of the relationship between human factors, behavioural sciences and design.
He has reviewed for a number of leading conferences and journals including Applied Ergonomics and the ACM Symposium on Engineering Interactive Computing Systems. He has guest lectured for the Lancaster University Safety Systems course and the UCL Patient Safety and Clinical Risk Module, as well as a series of short courses relating to the design of healthcare apps.
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