32nd Annual PAPJA Convention


January 25-26, 2019

DAY 1 - SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia
DAY 2 - National University, Manila

All Workshops

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Positive Me: I Value, I Mean, I Flourish
Luwalhati T. Briones
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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Positive Me: I Value, I Mean, I Flourish The workshop shall focus on valuing oneself embracing the good and the bad, making meaning out of it thus flourishing the self to be able to aid in the flourishing of others.


Reminders:

Wear comfortable clothes. Bring all of you for the workshop.

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Psychological Report Writing: A Guide for RPMs and RPSYs in the Making
Benny S. Soliman
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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The workshop is designed to guide the future psychometricians and psychologists in writing a professionally-written psychological report. The workshop will highlight the do's and dont's in preparing and writing psychological evaluation report. Further, it will elaborate the elements of a typical psychological report used in various setting such as educational, clinical, and industrial. At the end of the workshop, the participants are expected to enhance their skills in writing psychological report.


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Well-being and being Well: A Gestalt Dialogue
Kirk Patrick S. Castro
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Gestalt dialogues are the intrapersonal discourses of the topdog and underdog coined by Fritz Perls to describe a self-torture transaction that people play within themselves in order to avoid anxiety that they encounter in their environment. Understanding the dynamics between the topdog and underdog allows a person to be aware of internal conflicts which hinder him to grow. Participants will be trained in facilitating the shuttling of forces the topdog and underdog. The training will include the practice of empty chair techniques and experiments which aids in balancing of intrapsychic elements in order to lessen anxiety, distress and frustration.


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Living in the Age of Distraction: Mindful or Mind full? (An Introduction to Mindfullness Based-Cognition
Darryl C. Correa, LPT, RPm
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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According to Jon Kabbat-Zinn, Mindfulness means paying attention on purpose, moment by moment and non-judgmentally. In reality, individuals are living in the age of distraction nowadays with internet generation. People have attention difficulties, they tend to be forgetful, and the tendency of difficulty in managing their thoughts, emotions and behavior. Mindfulness has been shown to improve well-being (Carmody and Baer, 2008) and reduce psychological distress (Coffey and Hartman, 2008). Participants are expected to demonstrate an experiential understanding of mindfulness through participation in actual practice sessions such as mindful breathing, mindful eating and mindful listening-talking. Evidence-based mindfulness research will also be discuss. Overview: What is mindfulness? Why do we need to be mindful? How can we practice mindfulness in our daily lives?


Reminders:

Kindly search and read in advance about the basics of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy. Please bring pen and paper for mindful parcing and journaling activity.

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Behaviorism in Action
Christelle Ann S. Jimenez
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Behavior therapy is one of the most discussed schools of thought in psychology, it is tagged by Ernest Hilgard of Stanford University as the first force of psychology. However much discussed in text books, it is one of the most technical, strategy-driven, and scientific among the approaches, such that attempting to visualize the concepts read in textbooks is challenging for an undergraduate student. Thus, a demonstration of the modern behaviorism concepts would be helpful in visualizing how psychological concepts are applied in practice and in everyday life.


Reminders:

Prepare for a review of behaviorism theoretical concepts, demonstration, and simulation. Bring notebooks, and writing materials.

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Little Miss/Mr PSYCH: How to be confidently beautiful with a H.E.A.R.T.? Healing Empathy Affection Reaction Tolerance
Reyiel V. Pela
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Little Miss/Mr PSYCH How to be confidently beautiful with a H.E.A.R.T.? Healing Empathy Affection Reaction Tolerance Is a seminar workshop on how to maximize one's HEART in order to bring out the best holistic service to future clients and stakeholders. This is grounded from various theories in group dynamics, leadership, motivation and counseling approaches that would benefit psychology students on equipping themselves to produce better service and commitment.


Reminders:

Bring art materials Relax, enjoy and just be yourself.

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Kapit lang Beshie! Campus Based Intervention Activities for Depression and Suicide
Ryan B. Coroña
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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This workshop is intended to orient student and student leaders on activities aimed at helping peers battle depression and suicide. According to the American College Health Association (ACHA) the suicide rate among young adults, ages 15-24, has tripled and suicide is currently the second most common cause of death among college students. These young people are often away from home and friends for the first time. They're living with strangers, far from their support systems, and working under intense pressure. Promotion of close personal relationships with friends, family, faculty or staff; resiliency skills; healthy habits, including adequate sleep, diet and physical exercise could help in promoting mental health which are part of counseling services. With the growing number of students afflicted by depression and alarming rate of incidence of suicide, activities for its prevention are essential. Understanding and awareness of the nature of depression and suicide is not enough but concrete activities that would make the lives of the students more meaningful would be of great help.


Reminders:

Bring Paper and pen and creativity

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My Positive Well-Being: The Next Frontier of Mental Health Practitioners
Christian E. Jordan
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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Well-being refers to the wellness of one’s whole being – emotional, cognitive, social, and spiritual. All the more, well-being is not just about being well yourself, it is also about doing well, that is, acting in ways that increase the well-being of others. As future mental health practitioners, you should be aware of your positive well-being, because mental health practices today face dramatic and rapid changes that somehow affect your future professional practice and your own personal career path. Therefore, through this seminar workshop, you will be able to appreciate different ways to position your learnings and practices, to thrive in the challenging and changing psychological care landscape. All the more, well-being and the two inextricably components of happiness, which are the positive emotions and life satisfaction, will be defined and explained. Lastly, before we close the curtain, we will also discuss about some practical tips on how to develop your positive thinking, even though sometimes you feel like life is sinking.


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None so far

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Screening and Assessment in Substance Use Disorder Treatment
Jonathan E. Erfe
9:00 AM- 12:00
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This workshop will provide participants with an overview of the principles of screening, and assessment in substance use disorder treatment. More specifically, this workshop will introduce participants to recovery concepts and domains of assessment in substance use disorder treatment. This workshop will also introduce a screening instrument, the Alcohol, Smoking and Substance Involvement Screening Test (ASSIST), and an assessment instrument, the Addiction Severity Index (ASI). Participants will have an opportunity to practice administering, scoring, and interpreting the ASSIST. The workshop will be delivered over the course of 3 hours. The learning approach for this workshop includes facilitator-led presentations and partner-to-partner practice exercise to maximize learning.


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Depression is Real: Helping the Unspoken Soul
VENUS M. DIS-AGUEN
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Depression is real, especially to those who experience it. Identifying warning signs and helpful techniques would increase the capacity of individuals to be sensitive to their personal feelings and others as well. This workshop aims to help participants enhance the ability to become aware of the warning signs of depression and know when and how to help on the onset of the warning sign. Also, they will become informed of process of referral in terms of counseling and creating their own framework of first aid for themselves and others to prevent depression and other mental health problems.


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Practices on Nourishing the Self: Wellbeing Insights and Practice for Students
jan Gabriel Melendrez Castañeda
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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This workshop will introduce undergraduate psychology students to the concept of “well-being” in the context of potentially traumatic experiences and its potential from clinical and psycho-spiritual perspectives. The workshop will also include practices of basic techniques used in trauma healing, such as guided visualization, identifying thought errors, and reflexive questioning. This learning session is adapted from the learning session “Fostering Well-being for the LGBT Person: Insights from Advocacy and Practice” during the 55th Annual Convention of the Psychological Association of the Philippines and is intended to equip laypersons with no clinical training with practical tips to nurture their own well-being.


Reminders:

Bring anything nice to write with. Pen and paper is nice but you're welcome to bring coloring materials too!

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Crisis Intervention for Substance Used Disorders
CALVIN DAVE DEPRA GANUB
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Psychoactive substance use and substance use disorders (SUDs) continue to be major problems around the world, taking toll on global health and on social and economic functioning. the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime reports that in 2014, some 247 million people between ages 15 and 64 had used illicit substances at l;east once in the previous years. When working with clients in crisis, it is important to note that the life cycle of a crisis is short. the resolution can be positive or negative, but the crisis end. our role as mental health professionals is to work toward a positive resolution with our clients. This means helping client find more resources and develop coping mechanisms to overcome the intolerable difficulty.


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ballpen, extra papers for the activity

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Depression: Combating the dark and moving on to a brighter future.
CINDERELLA A. STA. CRUZ
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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I will be discussing depression, how to get through it and move forward to help the millennials to live a better life without thinking of ending their lives. With all the recent events of suicide that is caused by depression, I would like to extend my support to these young people to help them realize that life isw very beautiful.


Reminders:

please bring pencils.

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Building your Emotional Resilience: Coping with Pressure and Stressful Situations
NICLIE LANDAS-TIRATIRA
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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The workshop aids in helping the participants improve their sense of well-being by coping with pressure and reduce stressful situations. Emotional resilience explains how a person deal with pressure and reduce the impact oft stress. Resilience is not just your ability to bounce back, but also your capacity to adapt in the face of challenging circumstances, whilst maintaining a stable mental well-being. The activity will facilitate the identification of their life pressure and stressful situations and do workshop that will aid in the identification and application of emotional resilience as a coping mechanism.


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Master the Multinational Workplace: Everything You Need to Know About Working and Winning in Multinational Companies
Caroline F. Orani
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Whether for job aspirants, newbies, professionals, career changers, expats and workplace leaders the workshop entitled "Master the Multinational Workplace" will help participants to get the overview of the multinational environment from the ground up, learn the different job levels and corresponding pay grade for each, know the bosses of a multinational setting and their specific roles, learn a method of pricing jobs and how to negotiate a salary raise and gain life lessons from someone who has experienced the intricacies of working in a multinational setting and succeeded. Wisdom gained from finishing a degree in psychology and guidance will be used in the workshop.


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notebook, bond paper, ballpen and calculator

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Game Catcher! The Psychology of Human Relationship applied in Group Dynamics
Lyle de la Cerna
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Games are fun! It is also important in the aspect of human relationship. Games can ignite emotions, curiosity and it energizes individual to learn new things and perspective in life. Games are not simply a child’s play but rather it is a way towards self discovery. However, games should not only be the center of group dynamics but rather it should have a sense of purpose and process. The workshop is entitled as Game Catchers because this is reservoir of games that is fitting for today’s generation. It is a combination of participatory process and provides participants with new insights in the Psychology of games as a tool for human relationship.


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UNDERSTANDING AND MANAGING DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY
EVANGELINE ALIANAN BAUTISTA
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Many researches show that Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a most effective way of treating clients with depression and anxiety. This workshop is divided into 2 main parts. The first segment aims to familiarize the participants to the common symptoms of depression and anxiety. The second part aims to introduce some basic, yet useful, tools of CBT that are proven effective in dealing with depression and anxiety. Culling from various CBT techniques, the workshop intends to delve on the following dimensions : the principle of choice, emotional regulation and management, managing irrational beliefs, differentiating external and internal controls, and principles of mindfulness. Various practical exercises will be conducted in the course of the workshop.


Reminders:

bring writing (ballpen and pencil) and art materials and notebook to take down notes

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Essentials of Behavioral Observation: Developing Clinical Eye in Practice
Jericho D. Medel
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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The workshop is about the practice of developing clinical eye in assessment and providing intervention to individual with special needs. The session will provide a glimpse of the Philippines’ largest institution for abandoned, neglected and surrendered individual with special needs – Elsie Gaches Village programs and services, and how Psychological Services are included in this institution. The emphasis on the developmental domains is presented, as well as to the tools used in the practice of Psychological Services in a residential care facility. Also, aside from such orientation on the tools and developmental milestone. The core of the workshop is emphasizing the behavioral observations and progress notes in the practice using the templates and forms used in the center, and how it will be utilized during the Psychological Report Writing. Aside from its said function, the Progress notes has a great impact in providing developmental report in the center and can provide holistic view of the child. Also the behavioral observation can be a basis for further researches such as it is filed in an individual folder for references.


Reminders:

Bring your notebook and pencil/pen

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SPSS for Newbs: Data Analysis for Beginners
ian Llenares
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Statistics are essential for psychological research. The quantitative data provide evidence for describing, explaining, and predicting human behavior using population. This workshop aims to develop the mathematical ability and computer literacy skill of students through the aid of Statistical Packages for Social Sciences (SPSS) software. The objectives of the workshop are the following; review the basic concept of statistics, understand SPSS and its purpose, familiarize with the basic function in operating SPSS, demonstrate data preparation and cleaning, use SPSS for computing relationship and differences. Furthermore, prepare the results and interpretation in APA format.


Reminders:

Bring their own laptop and install the trial version of SPSS 21.0 for Lenovo, ASUS and SPSS 23.0 for MacBook.

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"Beyond the Blues: Depression and Suicide Prevention"
Renee G. Yap, RPm
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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According to WHO, Depression is a common illness worldwide, with more than 300 million people affected. Depression is different from normal sadness in everyday life. Especially if not given immediate attention, depression may become a serious health condition. At its worst, depression can lead to suicide. Suicide is the second leading cause of death in 15-29-year-olds. Participants are expected to demonstrate an experiential understanding of depression and suicide prevention through experiential learning method. They will be able to recognize sadness from depression and learn some important ways of self-care and getting help when needed. Research evidences will also be discuss.


Reminders:

Please bring pen and paper for some interactive activities.

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The Third Force: Coaching as a Profession
Jason Go
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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While most of the psychology graduates are aiming to become psychometricians and psychologists, very few even know that coaching is a profession that they can pursue. In fact, coaching is one of the highest paid profession and there are plenty of niche field to choose - executive, academic, personal, and career coaching to name a few. This workshop will (1) discuss the requirements to become a certified coach under the ICF guidelines; (2) walk the participants to create their own One-Page Career Plan; and (3) demonstrate the 3 most powerful questions that you can use to practice as a coach.


Reminders:

Read the ICF Core Competencies.

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"Because I Love Kids" The Practice of Psychology in Educational Setting
Mary Grace D. Mendoza, RPsy, RPm
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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Great opportunities await the graduates of Psychology. One can work in a corporate setting and be a Human Resource practitioner while some may opt to wear white coats and be in the clinical field. But why choose to be in school and be called “Ma’am” or “Madam”? “I am surrounded with children and that makes me happy” … “The fulfillment is unquantifiable.” In this session, the participants will get a clear view of how Psychology is practiced in the educational setting as well as its role on the formation of learners.


Reminders:

Writing materials (pen and paper)

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Executive Functioning Skills through Routine
Sean Kirsten I. Damasco, LPT
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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“It’s not about knowing what to do; It’s about doing what you know.” (Robbins, 2015) People are mostly having difficulties getting things done especially with the presence of distractions that has been created mainly by technology. Laziness is usually being blamed to it but is it merely that? This workshop aims to help students surpass day to day real life problems using the skills that help one go through life towards independence. Executive Functioning skills through routine and other practical strategies help one learn about people more by identifying the skills a person needs to improve on and ways to understand, practice or even teach them.


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Bring your devices.

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Removing the Weeds, Planting the Seeds: An Introduction to Positive Psychology
Christian Ranche
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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In our modern world, the extreme challenge of social problems, mental health problems, environmental problems, and economic recessions have contributed a lot of what makes life living complicated. Given all the negativities and complexities this life bring, the positive potentials and attributes that focus on human strengths, happiness, well-being, personal growth, and meaningful life was often taken for granted. Positive Psychology is the scientific study that makes life most worth living which focuses on wellbeing, happiness, flow, personal strengths, wisdom, creativity, imagination, and characteristics of positive groups and institutions. This session will provide future Psychometricians an introduction to the study of topics related to happiness and the positive aspects of human experience. The first part of the session will focus on the basic concepts of positive psychology (with experiential activities and exercises) while the second half will focus on real-world application to educational, clinical, and industrial settings. Furthermore, the resource person will also share his personal experience in passing the First Psychometrician Board Exam.


Reminders:

Bring pen and paper

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Let's Play! Gamification of Psychological Assessment for Individual & Group Sessions
Royce A. Hernandez
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Through the use of game-like activities, participants will be exposed to creative and/or non-traditional psychological assessment at the individual and group level. A review of assessment and psychological principles will be presented in relation to gamification principles. Practical applications will also be presented in the workshop.


Reminders:

Pen & Notebook for insights and journal writing.

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BE GAMIFIED: A Workshop on Gamification to Motivate and Engage People
Adrian C. Castillo
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Gamification is the application of game-inspired elements in non-game contexts, for example in education and industry. Drawing on the goal-setting theory, gamification helps to create fun and interactive activities to attract a wider audience and increase their motivation and engagement. The workshop is about designing gamified prototypes or projects . It walks around the concepts and designs of gamification through practical examples, and then provides participants the opportunity to work in groups to develop their own working prototypes. The workshop is suitable for all participants who are interested in using game design principles in classroom, corporate and other applicable settings.


Reminders:

Bring Art Materials

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From Roles to Positions: Introduction of Positioning Theory as a Research Method
Christoper F. Sasot
9:00 AM- 12:00
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How do people end up doing what they are doing in a society? This workshop will introduce students to Positioning theory, to explain the dynamic and negotiable aspects of social interaction, which ultimately shapes social acts, in contrast to the relatively fixed concept of roles . Specific social and interpersonal situations will be used as reference to the interaction where people ascribe rights and claim for themselves and place duties on others.


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Pen and paper only.

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Writing A Comprehensive Clinical Case Study
Christian Jasper Nicomedes
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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This workshop will teach students to write an in-depth case study that includes the following parts: General Information, Behavioral Observation, Mental Status Examination, Anamnesis, Medication, Theory, Psychological Test Interpretation, Signs and Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Recommendation.


Reminders:

Bring pen and paper if in case practice writing would be possible

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Striving for authenticity: Exploring the 3Ws and 1H of Self-Presentation
Ma. Joanna T. Anonuevo
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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The 3-hour workshop aims to explore why individuals engage in self-presentation; its nature, the different self-presentation strategies, and when it is beneficial or detrimental to one’s sense of self. The participants will be exposed to relevant materials and activities that seek to achieve heightened self-awareness in their use of self-presentation strategies in various situations. Through reflective activities, small group sharing, self-report assessment tool, and interactive discussion, participants become conscious of their self-presentation-related thoughts and behaviors, and perhaps create an initial pathway to bridge the gap between their private self-conceptions and their public self.


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2 pcs bond paper letter size ballpen

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Too Much Feelings: Handling Emotional Sensitivity
Gabrielle M. Rodriguez
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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The workshop aims to bring awareness to the presence of emotionally sensitive individuals, explaining the dynamics behind this and highlighting important points to note if one is a highly sensitive individual.


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MAKING MEANING thru EXISTENTIAL CONTROL JOURNAL PRACTICE.
MARY RACHELLE CARPISO-BATANES
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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This workshop aims to show the significant techniques, aspects, use and benefits of EXISTENTIAL CONTROL JOURNAL PRACTICE. It opts to provide participants insight on how it can foster grit, resilience and wellness as they understand the proper use control amidst everyday life concerns. Hands on practice will be done to allow them to experience therapy and directly acquire its benefits. They will be guided to see the meaning of their experience thru the stories they share thru EXISTENTIAL CONTROL JOURNAL PRACTICE. Furthermore, the workshop will inculcate in participants skills how to help others thru the said method. Questions, suggestions and feedback will be entertained during the presentation.


Reminders:

kindly bring pens and papers

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COMPETENCY BASED SELECTION INTERVIEWING
CASTO M. IGNACIO
9:00 AM- 12:00
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Competency Based Selection Interviewing This workshop will guide participants to identify competencies (characteristics that differentiate outstanding performers from average performers in personnel selection) This system follows a step by step process (analysis of job, linking skills to task, choosing the skills to interview for, develop interview questions from competencies, assessment and evaluation). The interviewer learns to build a customized interview format based on the position job description, identifies the critical skills required to perform them at a superior performance level. Learners will be able to critique, good and bad approaches via video role-play of behavioral interviewing practices.


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bring a pen for note taking

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Psychological Assessment in the Forensic Setting: The Basics
Argel B. Masanda
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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As an emerging field of psychological practice in the Philippines, Forensic Psychology has been in the spotlight in the recent national and political events. Intrinsic into its practice is the use and conduct of psychological assessment. Hence, this workshop aims to orient the students to the basics of both Forensic Psychology in the Philippines and how psychological assessment is being practiced in forensic setting. Analysis of real-world forensic cases through the use of psychological assessment will be introduced and creative presentations through group efforts will be facilitated as discursive action to tackle the art and science of the subject matter.


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Just enjoy and learn!

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Life Hacks After College
Jezrelle Paul S. Revita, RPm
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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Life after college is one of the greatest challenges faced by many young adults around the world. The anxiety and stress brought by the uncertainties of a fresh college graduate's life can sometimes be overwhelming and may also lead to a dysfunctional perspective of oneself, if not given proper attention. This seminar aims to give participating students a realistic preview of life after college and some useful life skills on how they can manage themselves and adjust their sails when looking for a suitable career and once they enter the world of work.


Reminders:

Participants are encouraged to bring their own pens and notebooks during the workshop.

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From Broken to Beautiful: Using Kintsugi Technique in Promoting Positive Student Well-being
Jazmin Joy E. Dizon
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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It’s inevitable that, even when taken the utmost care, everything will occasionally break- from suffering illness, failures to having stress in life, the list goes on. As a student, adversity is a collateral element of keeping up in academic undertakings in college. With these, this workshop will teach students how to apply the ancient principles of Kintsugi in their day-to-day lives in embracing imperfections and achieving well-being.


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bring pens/ writing materials

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SELF-CARE IS NOT SELFISH. Self-care as a personal and professional imperative.
MARY KRYSTINE P. OLIDO
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Studies estimate that anywhere between 21 and 61 percent of mental health practitioners experience signs of burnout. Personal and work factors have been found to be culprits, with an emphasis on the nature of job of these mental health practitioners. This workshop will assist attendees towards regular engagement in self-care that would help maintain and enhance health and well-being. Ethical standards of both Psychological Association of the Philippines and American Psychological Association emphasizes competent caring for the well-being of each individual. Ultimately, self-care is imperative to be more effective and competent to safeguard the welfare of mental health workers’ clients.


Reminders:

pen and paper

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Loving Statistics: The Basic Application of Statistics through Excel and SPSS
Lordy Angelo C. Santos
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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This seminar/workshop will introduce the participants to the process of data analysis using different Statistics Formula through Microsoft Excel and SPSS. This session will cover basic statistical formulas that are usually utilized by undergraduate students for their experiments and researches. It includes lectures from descriptive statistics (measures of central tendency, variability, standard scores, kurtosis, and skewness) and inferential statistics (comparing means, correlations, regression analysis, and ANOVA).


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Participants are advised to bring their own laptop with Microsoft Excel or if possible SPSS (Full or Trial version). An LCD screen or projector will be used during the presentation.

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The Power Of Social Media And The Value Of ME Beyond Social Media
Lillian Ng Gui
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Social media has gained immense popularity in the last decade and its power has left certain long-lasting effects on people. Studies shows that the increase in social media usage causes the self-esteem of individuals to decrease. One hour spent on Facebook daily results in a 5.574 decrease in the self-esteem score of an individual. Research proves there that there is a strong relationship between social media and self-esteem.


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paper and pen to write down their questions - if needed.

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Demystifying Cyberbullying: How Can I Prevent Cyberbullying from Happening to Me and My Friend?
Elmerando Taguibao Mores
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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This workshop aims to provide psychology students not just the basic understanding about cyberbullying (CB) but also strategies on how to prevent it, and acquire effective intervention in helping themselves and their friends in dealing with CB. It specifically aims to; (1) understand what (CB) is and its impact to mental health, (2) recognize their role as future helping professionals in the prevention of CB, (3) learn appropriate counseling interventions in helping the victim of CB, and (4) discuss critically the results of several studies on the phenomenon of CB.


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ADOPTING AN ATTITUDE OF CARE AND GRATITUDE FOR ALL INCLUDING ONESELF
Maryfe Roxas
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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College students today face many pressures and expectations coming from their own families, teachers and peers. However, their worst critics do not come from the people around their lives, but their own selves. Hence, self –criticism and self-doubts become their biggest challenges. Studies have shown that compassion and gratitude may serve as protective factors and buffers against low self-esteem, self-harm and depression (Bluth, 2017; Fonnesbeck, 2015) This workshop is designed to teach participants how to rewire their brains by practicing caring for oneself and gratitude. Multiple learning strategies will be utilized such as group activities and interactive discussions.


Reminders:

Bring ballpen and bond paper

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Peace Psychology: Psychologists for Peace…promoting a Life of Non-Violence
EDMONGINO J. CAMACHO
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Wars, conflicts, genocide, terrorism still exist in this millennium. The world is in crisis. However, we are at the brink of a social transformation. There is a need for deep social transformation and “non-violence” will orient this transformation. The commitment to non-violence opens us to the world of people. It removes the boundaries and fences that divide people such as religious, political, social, cultural, ethnic, and gender differences. It allows real communication and positive social changes to happen. This workshop is part of an international initiative launched by The Community for Human Development (Ang Komunidad Para sa Ikauunlad ng Tao), targeting students to be active proponents in promoting peace and non-violence in the schools and communities. The Community for Human Development is a socio-cultural organization advocating peace and nonviolence, existing in more than 80 countries worldwide. The main objective of this workshop is to capacitate and strengthen students in their crucial role as promoters for a Culture of Peace. Particularly to: (1) capacitate students in their role as Peace Promoters or Facilitators; (2) encourage school-based association of students committed to promoting peace founded on nonviolence; and (3) introduce new models of teaching/learning that would further contribute to the development of peace education. Activities will include individual reflection and writing, group interchange, summary reports by groups or consolidated groups and towards the


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Please bring paper and pen

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"TARA, USAP TAYO", (A SUICIDE AWARENESS AND PREVENTION SEMINAR-WORKSHOP)
SUSAN B. SABADO
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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The workshop will start with a Pre-Test but end with a Post-Test to be given to the students. Then next will entail a short lecture about suicide prevalence in the Philippines and its biopsychological causes, warning signs of suicide. After which, a workshop will follow wherein the participants will be divided into 4 groups. Each group will be given a problem scenario common among their age group that tackles about suicidal ideas and attempts, but will leave to the group on how to role play it. They must be able add possible intervention/s for it. Then preventive measures will be discussed further after the presentation of each group.


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Sa totoo lang, may "forever" ba talaga?: A therapeutic psychospiritual experience of God's love
Domingo R. Rayco, Jr.
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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In the midst of today's postmodern millenial world of skepticism (& subjectivism & relativism) about love and truth ("walang forever"), this workshop (a) explores the participants' personal experience of human love, (b) presents Robert Sternberg's Triangular Theory of Love and the Greek (& Biblical) concept of "agape" (faithful love), and (c) provide a therapeutic experience of God's unconditional love through a psychospiritual intervention technique combining elements of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, visualization, and bibliotherapy with the short-term objective of adopting a more positive view of self, others, and God and the long-term goal of a more positive (God-referenced) view of one's identity and sense of mission in life.


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Bring pen and paper.

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Seminar Workshop on How to Use Social Media Responsibly for Psychology Practitioner
Jaimer F. Espiritu
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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Social media and social networking seem to play an imperative part of youth lives around the world especially in the Philippines. We will not only focus on the negative impacts on communication because there are some positive impacts on communication through social media. I will explore how social media and networking strengthens and weakens communication especially for Psychology Practitioner. Accessibility that one has to the internet through smart phones, tablets, computers, and other mobile devices has made accessing information and connecting with people a touch away in some cases. People are communicating almost all day every day through texting, email, and the ever-expanding social media. The responsible use of social media has a greater impact to the youth today. It has been a continual source of news, entertainment, and education for users around the world for more than 20 years. Social media is a rising trends in the world today. Communication skills are exemplified by use of social media networking. Social media is being utilized by students, parents, businesses, and religious organizations. It is being used in many forms by many different platforms for many reasons. I am interested in the role social media plays in communication because we use some form every day and notice that it is becoming a rising trend. Facebook, Twitter, and Skype are popular social media platforms millions utilize daily. I would like to share this training to all PAPJA members the Seminar Workshop on Responsible Use of Social Media.


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I will bring the handouts, hard/soft of my presentation and prizes for the games during the workshop. Thank you.

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Evidence-Based Psychotherapies for Trauma: Lectures and Case Presentations
Kimberly Kaye C. Mata, MS (Cand.), RPm
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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The workshop will tackle the basic concepts of trauma (focusing on sexual abuse cases) that a psychology major should know. Its definition, prevalence, and the immediate responses that one should provide when faced with a trauma victim will be discussed. In addition, the facilitator will focus on discussing Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and its complex form through giving actual cases as an example (anonymity would be strictly observed). The phenomenology of the traumatized will also be included in the workshop discussion, as well as interesting trauma concepts such as dissociation, soul homelessness, distorted intimacy, and more.


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A pen and notebook for note taking will suffice.

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TINDER: A ROAD TO FOREVER OR TO NEVER? - JOURNEYING THE PSYCHOLOGY OF ONLINE DATING APPLICATIONS AND ITS IMPLICATIONS TO WELL-BEING
Angelbert Z. Hernandez
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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On the emergence of social media, it has been the most widely used platform to establish relationships and to build connections with others nowadays. Individuals also used this as an avenue to find “THE ONE” that could either give them bliss if successful or frustrations if not. The effects may also be either rewarding or depressing. In this workshop, it will unveil the development of online dating applications, common perceptions and misconceptions, current trends, repercussions and impacts to well-being and relationship readiness & commitment. The topics shall be delivered through lecturettes, self-assessments, focus group discussions and experiential learning activities.


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N/A

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Facilitation of Katatagan Program to Filipino Survivors of Disasters
Jowie L. Advincula
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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Katatagan is a resilience program designed to help Filipino survivors of disasters bounce back from stress and adversity through the facilitation of the 6 modules based from the Katatagan Program Framework. The 6 modules include Finding and Cultivating Strengths, Seeking Solutions and Support, Managing Physical Reactions, Managing Thoughts and Emotions, Engaging in Positive Activities and Moving Forward. The aim of the workshop is to provide a clear and effective guide in the implementation of the 6 modules with consideration to various environmental factors that are commonly seen in evacuation camps such as language barrier, limited physical space, time constraints, stress, etc.


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They are encouraged to bring coloring materials such as crayons or colored pens and do some of the activities incorporated in the program.

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Self-Care: Key To Taking Your Powers Back...Preventing Anxiety, Burn-out and Depression
MA. REGINA D. ATINAJA, PhD, RGC, LPT, RPsy, RPm
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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“Good Mental Health means Good Health”! Self-care is the first treatment response to everyday health conditions and common ailments. Self-care is therefore the fundamental level of health care in all societies and should be seen as a major public health resource (Webber et al. Self-Care in Health, 2013). This seminar-workshop will provide a venue for young people to recognize and understand their mental health better and learn more appropriate means of coping with anxiety, depression, stress, burn-out and bullying. It aims to encourage and empower them to live meaningful lives through relaxation techniques, mindfulness, journal writing, forgiveness intervention, movement therapy and group sharing.


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Aside from the usual multimedia /lcd and microphone, since there is movement therapy, may I request for a bigger or more spacious venue and movable armchairs for all the participants. Thank you very much

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Caring for the Environment: Green minded ka ba?
Dr. Oliver B. Sta Ana
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Climate change is affecting our environment and consequently our lives, it is essential to learn how to adapt and act responsibly for the conservation of the environment. The workshop will help the participants determine the issues, problems, and actions being done to address these concerns. The aim is to encourage student engagement in environmental psychology, particularly on water and sanitation education, and be champions for the environment for the next generation.


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Participants need to evaluate the amount of waste (solid and wastewater) they produce. Kindly bring art materials .

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Integrating Educational Psychology applied to School Counseling and Teaching across Various Levels
DR. PHILLIP RAMIR L. PUNZALAN, RPm, RGC, LPT
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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The seminar - workshop is intended to all future prospective practicing professionals in the field of Educational Psychology such as school counselor, school psychologist and a Psychology professor. The purpose of this session primarily to help the participants learning the basic dimension, essential strategies, and competencies to be used in academic educational setting through the presentation of basic counseling skills, psychological learning competencies with various group dynamics across various levels and multi-dimensional teaching psychological strategies .


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colored magazines, 5 cartolina, bond paper, post it colored papers, pentel pen

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Inside Out: An Introduction to Understanding and Managing your Anger and Other Negative Emotions
Ma. Jessica L. Quiambao
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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It has always been a practice of Philippines’ educational system to teach History, English, Science, etc but has very minimal emphasis in terms of dealing with anger, frustrations and stress which is crucial to ones’ well-being. This workshop aims to introduce basic concept of emotion and how to properly manage anger and other negative emotions by learning basic skills through evidence based techniques. Attendees will participate in group discussion to help them further understand this important construct. Workshop will be interactive with case samples and exercises.


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Bring pen.

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DEALING WITH A BROKEN HEART WITHOUT FALLING APART: COMPETENCIES FROM INNER BLOSSOMING
Maria Lourdes Llaneza - Ramos
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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In the psychological birthing for maturity, no one is exempt from having one’s heart broken at least once. Whether its from failure, loss, shattered dreams, or unexpected betrayal, hearts are broken and if not watchful, one could fall into pathological distress. Inner Blossoming, an Asian-Transpersonal approach guides us into facing adversity without falling into unnecessary misery. With its bodymindspirit paradigm, it provides research and wisdom-based competencies to skillfully struggle towards healing. Through hands-on exercises, participants shall be guided in the practice of more creative and effective coping with the “hard knocks of living” inherent in being alive on earth.


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Bring openness, wonder, and receptivity for learning; also art materials as well as a copy (hard and soft on one's cp or laptop so it can be heard) of one's favorite music and songs with lyrics for the workshop.

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Speed-up your Research Writing: How to actually use free and paid Reference/Citation Managers (Mendeley/EndNote)
Norman Mendoza
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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The aim of the workshop is to equip student researchers in the field of Psychology with a skill to structure their literature review using reference/citation managers, specifically, Mendeley and EndNote. What we have observed is that the manual inputting of in-text citations becomes a barrier to efficient research writing. We take our learnings from two peer-reviewed publications and walk the attendees through the use of the reference managers in writing. The desired outcome of this workshop is to have student researchers be able to cite-as-they-write their psychological researches.


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Students could download the Mendeley software for Mac here (https://www.mendeley.com/download-desktop/) and for Windows here (https://www.mendeley.com/download-desktop/Windows/) and install them on their respective laptops or notebook computers. A Microsoft Word application is also needed.

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"Akala Mo Lang Wala Pero Merun Meron " Psychological Resilence Among Adolescents
Joyce J. Eugenio
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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The period of adolescence is one of the life periods during which rapid physiological and psychological growth and development take place and adolescents can encounter age specific potential risks. Vulnerability, exclusion from society, stress, being neglected, abuse, harmful habits, and deprivation of family support are among the risks that adolescents may encounter. The abilities of the adolescents to struggle with and handle these risks vary with their levels of psychological resilience. Those with a higher degree of emotional resilience are able to handle the stresses that come with daily life more effectively and calmly. They are also able to manage crises more easily. Fortunately, emotional resilience is a trait that can be developed. In fact, it's a trait that is absolutely worth developing for many reasons, not the least of which is that it can transform your life and your experience of stress. Yet people generally adapt well over time to life-changing situations and stressful conditions. It involves resilience, an ongoing process that requires time and effort and engages people in taking a number of steps. This workshop is intended to help participants with taking their own road to resilience. The information within describes resilience and some factors that affect how people deal with hardship. Specifically this workshop focuses on developing and using a personal strategy for enhancing resilience specifically among adolescents of today.


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bring writing notes and pens

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Analytics in Human Resource: From Training to Development
Dr. Philip Cordova Cuizon
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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The participants will be trained on how to (1) effectively recruit and select candidates in a given post (2) drafting and assessing key performance metrics for hiring and regularizing decisions (3) analytics in payroll, compensation and benefits (4) basic labor laws needed to be considered by employees and how to apply analytics in words" (5) identifying areas of improvement and development for employees using "performance judgment scheme"


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None

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The Psychology of Emotions; From Bitterness to Bitterness, from grits to glitz!
Catherine S. Pagulayan
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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The workshop will begin with a glimpse of the psychology of emotions, why most of the time our emotions control us?! After which, the facilitator will help the participants released their suppressed emotions (angers, ifs, hatred, grudges) for them to picked themselves up and start a new perspective in life that is, to live freely and embrace the gift of life, after having the participants released their emotions, they will ask to write any words of encouragement for themselves e.g. "If no one believes me, well.. I do!" Then those words will be replied with their co-attendees e.g. someone will write on their notes "You're not alone, I believe in you! The facilitator will now close it by asking the participants to keep those notes until they reach their fullest potentials.


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Bring newspapers, Coupon Bonds, Crayons, Ball pens

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Banal na Aso, Santong Kabayo: Understanding and Dealing with Religious Addiction
Wilfredo II Francis Mina
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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Religion is an integral part of Filipino life, generally regarded as normal and beneficial. Many Filipinos practice a variety of religions with varying degrees of faith and intensity. For the young Psychology scholar, it can be difficult to tell when a practice becomes a harmful obsession and compulsion. It may seem impossible that religious belief and practice can get out of control. When passion overtakes responsibility and reason, unhealthy religiosity can damage people and their relationships rather than improve them. The workshop will elucidate correlate factors, variations, consequences, and explore interventions to promote recovery and restore resilience when religion becomes an “addiction”.


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There will be no proselytizing or discussions on dogma during the workshop.

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Qualitative Research Made Easier: Doing Qualitative Interviews and Analysis
Rudy M. Danganan Jr.
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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This workshop will give an overview about qualitative research-- it's basic assumptions, focus, and appropriation. Moreover, participants are expected to learn the practical considerations in conducting in-depth interviews. Lastly, participants will engage in specific activities to learn both theoretical and practical considerations in doing qualitative analysis-- with specific focus on thematic analysis as analytical strategy.


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-Bring markers -Participants may also bring their research/thesis interview transcript (if possible)

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Danced Therapy
Erlinda I. Payno, RGC
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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is a fun, profound and powerful workshop to catalyze inner healing thru body movements, breath work and expressive postures in releasing STRESS, pains and burdens carried from the past. The more TOTAL we are, the deeper the PEACE where healing and creativity spring from. This is not the “follow my step thing” but the “dance the soul intended to move.” Experiment and enjoy as we play, sweat, tap, dance, clap, share, celebrate and express our energies and feelings. Open to all who delights in movement and stillness, whatever shape you are in. Come and have fun!


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Wear comfy clothes, bring an eye mask or bandana and a big shawl or sheet to lie on.

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How not to write a boring psychological assessment
Jeremiah Edward A. Bohol
9:00 AM- 12:00
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Psychological assessment dominates most of the work of psychologists. It is through this that professionals bring the totality of a person and it allows them to speak to the general population. However at the same time, the analyses involved and the time it consumes could be overwhelming especially to the beginners. Some issues also involve the prevalent use of jargons and lengthy discussions. This workshop aims to teach students the necessary skills to create effective psychological assessments that are simple, concise and most of all— not boring.


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Notebook, extra paper, coloring materials

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Analyzing Discourse: Theories, Methods and Techniques
Denisse Dawn J. Giron
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Discourse Analysis investigates the social production of meaning. In this workshop, we will discourse approaches and a discussion of methodological challenges in discourse analysis. This \workshop is open to students who want to study discourse within a qualitative research design.


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Self-care in the Age of Social Media: Is It Worth The Hype?
Clowie Ann Simeon, Justine Anne Aquino, Maraiah Therese Yangson
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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This workshop is designed to help students understand how social media can impact one’s mental and self well being. Social media and self care are just few issues being talked about that needs to get more attention nowadays. Social networkings are booming aggressively and today’s generation are the ones caught in this rapid change. This four-hour workshop is created to explore the positive and negative influences of social media and different coping mechanisms that can be used to manage a stressful situation which contributes problems to their well-being. Through the activities, sharing and discussions, the students will be able to effectively identify healthy ways to maximize social media in maintaining a healthy relationship with one self and to sustain positive self-care in the long run.


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*Facilitators will be providing activity materials.

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Basic Solution-Focused Counseling for Would-be Practitioners
Jayson Parena
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Solution-Focused Counseling is a practical approach to the needs of people in these trying times. clients/counselees come to counselors and/or psychologists looking for instant answers to their woes. It seems the zeitgeist show people have become so well-informed but have also become unable to help themselves in solving their problems. Counseling is an art and science where people learn to help themselves. This workshop offers to impart the basic principles and techniques of solution-focused counseling to the future counselors and psychologists so they can better respond to the rapidly changing and growing needs of clients.


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Please be ready and open to learn.

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Becoming your own ally instead of an inner enemy: A Workshop on Mindful Self-Compassion for psychology Students
Normaliza Capistrano - Ramirez
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Mindfulness and compassion are essential qualities of a psychologist. Typically, psychology students envision their professional life in terms of how to help other people. The principle "You cannot give what you do not have," emphasises the value of equipping yourself first before you are capable of helping others. hence, this workshop is intended for psychology students to increase their emotional resiliency and wellbeing. There will be discussions and exercises on how to treat yourself like good friend when they suffer, fail, or feel inadequate. Tips on how to beat self-criticism through self-kindness and being mindful will also be provided.


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None

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ASSERTIVENESS IN THE WORKPLACE
GERALD B. PEÑARANDA, MSc., RPsy.
9:00 AM- 12:00
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This course aims to address the need for assertiveness as a coping skill which, in today’s highly competitive and fast-paced world, has become essential for survival. The knowledge inputs and practical skills that will be learned from this workshop will be beneficial to the participants in both personal and professional areas of their lives. Professionally, this workshop will prepare them for the competitive working environment they will soon face when they venture into the working world. In an age of globalization, many of the big companies here in the Philippines are multinational and highly influenced by Western culture. Thus, they can expect the working environment and people to be demanding, direct and confrontational. The knowledge inputs will include being able to recognize passive from assertive behavior, and an understanding of transactional analysis. Transactional analysis is important because the participants need to be aware if it is the child, the adult, or the parent that they use in communicating with others, and be able to distill how others communicate with them also. They will likewise be provided with an inventory that will determine if they are currently passive, aggressive, passive-aggressive, or already assertive. The participants will simulate real life scenarios wherein they will be able to app


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Awareness of the Here and Now
PAULINO C. GALVEZ
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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This is a seminar workshop incorporating Gestalt Theory that will enhance the participants’ understanding of their experiences on the polarities of life. This will teach the participants the value of the “here and now” in becoming aware of their experiences. It focuses more on the process (what is happening) than on the content (what is being discussed). The emphasis is on what is being done, thought, and felt at the moment rather than on what was, might be, could be, or should be. Resistance, conflicts and diversity are no longer perceived as problems or disturbances, but rather as opportunities to learn and develop. Creativity and effectiveness are the results.


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Participants should come on time for the workshop activity

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The Psychology of Green Behavior: Conscious and Collective Efforts in the Modern Times
LYNDON ESCONDE SANTOS
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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With the tremendous changes in our society brought by massive development, many people seem not to see that human actions directly contribute to environmental degradation and concerns. The workshop aims to present environmental issues and possible modern micro efforts to counter these issues. With the aim to teach the present generation an understanding of conscious and collective green behavior, together we can achieve for environmental sustainability and preservation.


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Wear shade of green shirt/dress/attire.

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The Jungian Mandala: Pathways to Rediscovering the Self and the Unconscious through Mandala Making and Interpretation
Sixtus Dane A. Ramos
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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The self is the center of the psyche which represents the sum total of its conscious and unconscious contents. It is the ordering principle of the person’s psychic reality. However, it is impossible to fully comprehend the self unless through symbolic representation. Carl Jung described the mandala as the ultimate symbolic expression of the self. The mandala is an instrument that can be used to explore the self and the unconscious; revealing dimensions of the psyche through artistic expression. This workshop will guide students in discovering pathways to a more profound understanding of the self through mandala creation and interpretation.


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Bring art materials, blank sheets of paper, and journal.

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Conducting Action Research in the Workplace
Jason S. Joven
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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This topic presents the different facets of action research and its relationship to basic research. It aims to equip psychology students with knowledge and skills in conducting action research. This presentation will deal with conceptualizing psychological research variable/s, determining research design, and selecting appropriate statistical treatment. Focusing on qualitative research design, the facilitator will demonstrate example on how to analyze qualitative data. Participants will be asked to craft action research proposal with the guidance of the facilitator. Recognizing the importance of research, it is not enough for graduating psychology to have knowledge on action research but eventually furnish research outputs.


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notebook

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Creative Therapy and Mindfulness for Emotionally Distressed Adolescents
MYREEN P. CLEOFE
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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Adolescence stage is characterize by several changes affecting one’s behaviors and emotions. Such changes, if not properly manage may affect their well-being, causing emotional distress. Hence, a deeper understanding of oneself and the ability to cope with these demands are essential. This three-hour seminar-workshop aims to equip the participants with knowledge and skills in dealing and coping with stressors brought about by varied demands during their stage. The participants will learn creative techniques and mindfulness through interactive and experiential activities. Processing of experience and practical application of learned skills shall be included.


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none

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Writing Publishable Research in Psychology
ALICIA Q. TABLIZO
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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This workshop aims to provide insights and drill to the participants about the trend of research nowadays. This will give them the opportunity to aim high and dream big to do quality researches which are not only for library storage and reference use by lower batches of researchers but also giving their work to be known international.


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paper and pen sample thesis work

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LIFE HACKS FOR PSYCH STUDENT THESIS WRITERS
Alain Bernard A. Andal
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Psychology students, being constantly exposed on various quantitative and qualitative researches are expected to perform well in their undergraduate thesis. However, despite their tedious trainings, many psychology students still consider research as their Waterloo. Hence, this basic seminar-workshop aims to provide psychology student thesis writers with additional skills that are intended to ease their research journeys. Research hacks on the most common research writing concerns will be shared. Some pertinent trends and issues in research will also be discussed, as well as the utilization of on-line research tools and resources. Finally, structured activities will also be provided to the participants to facilitate learning.


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None

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BASICS OF ADHD PRE-COACHING ASSESSMENT
DR. ANGELITO Z. ANTONIO
9:00 AM- 12:00
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ADHD has been known to be one of the most common developmental disorders believed to affect individuals across the lifespan. As a form of intervention, ADHD coaching has gained popularity in recent years. Using an empirically-based model for ADHD coaching, participants will get acquainted with the preliminary intake process for evaluating client's suitability to undergo coaching. Additionally, participants will gain basic skills in the administration of some of the available psychological measures prior to engaging an individual to ADHD coaching.


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Previous coursework in Psychological Testing or Assessment and Abnormal Psychology will be helpful. Interest in helping individuals diagnosed with ADHD will be an important aspect for those who would like to sign up for this workshop. Participants of this workshop are also requested to bring lead pencil number 1 and extra sheets of bond paper

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APA Style and Format for Undergraduate Research in Psychology
Gino A. Cabrera
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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This workshop aims to enhance the research skills of undergraduate students of psychology in documenting and formatting their researches following the guidelines of the American Psychological Association (APA) 6th edition. Using such format adds to the integrity and veracity of undergraduate researches which could have a publishable value in reputable scientific journals. This workshop will include a lecture and practical exercises on academic and technical writing, common writing errors to avoid, guide questions to detect errors in writing a research paper, bad habits to avoid in academic writing, the APA style and its purpose, general format and instructions in manuscript preparation, APA stylistics, and in-text citations and referencing.


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None

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Mandala, Self-awareness and Self-acceptance
Joy Ann Ngan Malapit
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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The aim of this workshop is to introduce the use drawing Mandalas in facilitating self-awareness and self-acceptance. To accomplish this, the workshop will be divided into two parts. The first part of the workshop will be a lecture to introduce important concepts about the Self in Analytical Psychology and the current empirical research studies about the Mandalas. The second part of the workshop will be experiential where the participants will be invited to create their own mandalas. The workshop hopes to encourage self-awareness and facilitate deeper self- acceptance through art activities, small group sharing, short lecture and discussions.


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bring art materials: pencil, pen and coloring materials

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Helping the Left-Behind Peers Achieve More and Live Better
Karen V. Rendeza
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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This workshop aims to highlight tips on how to better cope with the present life situation of left-behind adolescents having a mother or father or both parents away from home. Peers are oftentimes the preferred listener of their fellow adolescents in many instances of their lives especially when they are lonely or troubled. Learning how to properly deal with the concerns of adolescent left-behinds will be of great help in their coping in their day-to-day survival with life away from parent/s. Thus, these left-behind peers may be helped achieve and live a happy life despite physical distance from biological parent/s.


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art materials, paper and pen

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Realities of Sexual Assault on College Campuses
Rita P. Aringo
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Sexual Assault is defined as illegal sexual contact that usually involves force upon a person without consent or is inflicted upon a person who is incapable of giving consent (as because of age or physical or mental incapacity) or who places the assailant (such as a doctor) in a position of trust or authority (Merriam-Webster's online dictionary, 2018). It is a reality that confronts college students in universities because of powerlessness as they are considered young and vulnerable. Most often than not, cases of unwanted sexual activity are gone unreported. The major objective of this workshop is to inform students on the constitution of sexual assault, knowing what to do to prevent and handle unwanted sexual activity and give students a sense of security in campus.


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Pen and notepad

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Let's talk about it: Mental Health 101
Shiela Marie D. Manjares
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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The Youth for Mental Health Coalition is an organization of youth who spread awareness about mental health reach especially the grass root level and supports to end the stigma. In line with this, the purpose of this workshop “Let’s talk about it: Mental Health 101” is to raise Mental Health awareness, a comprehensive guide to Mental Health Act or RA 11036, and its integration to promotion of Mental Health in educational institutions, workplace and communities.


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Just their presence.

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A Glimpse of Police Psychology
MICHAEL YBERA GO
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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A GLIMPSE OF POLICE PSYCHOLOGY MICHAEL YBERA GO, MA, RPsy Abstract The Philippine police service in the 21st century have been confronted with perennial challenges such as heinous crimes, terrorism, and insurgency. In order to proactively address these challenges, police units regularly employ the services of psychologists to assist in decision making and policy development regarding different police functions such as criminal investigation and police intelligence. This main objective of this seminar workshop is to introduce to psychology students the different roles of psychologists in the field of police, operational, and investigative psychology. Police psychology provides an overview on the applications of psychological principles and methods in the recruitment, selection, training, and counseling of police officers. Operational psychology emphasize the importance of psychological services in assisting intelligence agencies in crafting operational decisions. Investigative psychology capacitates the students in psychological methods in criminal investigation. Activities will include crime scene analysis and towards the end of the workshop will provide the opportunities for the students to render their own investigative findings.


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Bring 1 black ballpen and 1 pc short bond paper

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How Much Do I Know about Mental Health, Really?: Perspectives on Overcoming Stigma
Patricia Simon
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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The need to increase mental health awareness in the Philippines is apparent, especially for Psychology majors who are expected to be frontliners in the fight against stigma. In this workshop, the Mental Health Law and the importance of community-based services will be tackled. There will be group activities focused on gathering reliable health information and resources to identify the accessibility and availability of mental health services in the students’ respective areas/regions. These are meant to guide students in reflecting on what they can do to help laypeople overcome the stigma surrounding mental illness and seek professional help.


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Please bring art materials for poster-making activity. Bringing a laptop is also an advantage, although not absolutely necessary. :)

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Adulting starter pack: Self-awareness, Self-care, Practical life techniquess
Valene Anne G. Lagunzad
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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Buhay Movement, a non-profit organization that strongly advocates mental health awareness to prevent suicide has been proactive in creating safe spaces for advocates and service-users since 2016. Living in a fast-paced world coupled with the rise of problematic social media usage; it is no coincidence that majority of the people who have voiced their struggles are millennials. In line with this, Buhay movement would want to be more active in addressing mental health concerns of millennials through the workshop “Adulting Starter Pack”. Emotional preparedness to work, job hopping and setting healthy boundaries are some of the issues that are central to the idea of being an adult. As millennials progress from college to adulthood, this workshop would utilize and explore the importance of the following : Self-awareness which aims to promote understanding of true self and own actions; Self-care which aims to maintain a healthy well-being in order to be more productive and resilient, and Practical life techniques which aim to introduce basic guidelines on how to respond to common life issues. These three pillars serve as vehicles to help millennials in navigating and experiencing a healthy and progressive transition in the next phase of their lives.


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Bring your writing materials (pen, paper, notebook, tablet)

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Becoming the S.T.A.R. Employee through Behavior-Based Interviewing Skills
Fritz Gerald G. Martin
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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The workshop would teach students how to interview using Behavior-Based techniques, as well as teach them how to prepare questions ahead of time. The workshop would focus on using the STAR Technique (Situation, Task, Action, Result). This would enable them not only become better interviewers if they decide to go to HR, but also become better candidates once they applied for jobs. The workshop would cover in-training activities that enable them to observe, become the applicant, and become the interviewer — a triad.


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The PERMA-V Model: Road to well-being and happiness
Ardyne D. Tuazon
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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The PERMA-V model of well-being is an attempt to answer what is human flourishing and what enables it? It has 6 core elements: Positive emotion, Engagement, Relationships, Meaning, Accomplishment and Vitality. This workshop will not only introduce a glimpse of positive psychology to the students but it also aims to help students apply the PERMA-V model in their life. At the end of the workshop students will be able to: a) Identify the things that make them happy and can make them fully engaged. b) Set goals to achieving more and challenging self in the activities they enjoy c) Be able to find ways to improve and enjoy relationship with family and friends d) Find meaning to their life and identify what gives them a sense of purpose.


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Bring art materials

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From Assessment to Design: How to Craft an Effective Training Design in the Workplace
Chilou L. Benitez, RPm
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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The effectiveness of a training design is largely dependent on how it relates to the goals of the organization and how it addresses the specific needs in improving the functioning of individuals, work teams, and work organization. This workshop will enable the students to: 1. Be familiar with the elements of a training design 2. Interpret the results of the tests, interviews, and other training needs assessment tools 3. Integrate the results obtained from training needs assessment 4. Create a draft for the training design using a hypothetical data 5. Discuss in groups their output and share practical insights


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HAPPINESS IN THE WORKPLACE: A Workshop in Assisting Employees to Attain Happiness
Arnel A. Diego
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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It is very hard to be creative and successful at work when an employee is feeling negative and stressed. In the study of Preston (2017), it was revealed that happy employees are up to 20% more productive than unhappy employees. In the workplace, happiness is influenced by both short-lived events and chronic conditions in the organization (Fisher, 2010). It is also influenced by stable attributes of individuals such as personality, as well as the fit between what the job/organization provides and the individual’s expectations, needs, and preferences. Understanding these contributors to happiness will improve happiness and offer some potential levers for improving happiness at work. This workshop is intended to help participants learn how to achieve happiness in the workplace and create a positive work environment. It is also intended to teach methods and strategies that employees can use to work in a happy mood at their workplace. Such will give them a sense of satisfaction and ultimately, this will result in benefits for both the organization and the individual.


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SANA AKO NALANG! On Becoming Human Resources
Jayvee G. Tamondong
9:00 AM- 12:00
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More than doing the day-to-day grind, HR’s are expected to contribute a greater good for the company. Like, understanding the business and knowing how to measure results, setting target, engaging in the world of peers and business concerns. The workshop will focus on understanding HR as career that will enable the participants have a deeper understanding of HR as a newbie and to be able to identify the key metrics needed becoming a HR. Also, to have a better understanding that it is not only a stepping stone for fresh graduates pursuing other field but having a career in HR.


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None

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I LOVE PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL: Applying the Concepts of Positive Psychology in Performance Evaluation
Ricardo C. Salunga
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Many supervisors and employees hate performance appraisal exercises. People think that they are being criticized and most of the time the evaluation focuses on what’s not working instead of the employees’ success stories and contributions. Moreover, the benefits of performance appraisals for organizations are questionable, both for the quality of organizational relationships and promoting performance. Using the concepts of positive psychology such as Strength-Based Performance Appraisal (SBPA), Goal-Setting Process, Feedforward Interview, Reflected Best-self Portrait, and 3:1 Principle, a new approach will be facilitated to build relationships, thriving individuals and performing organizations; thus, overcoming the pitfalls of the traditional performance appraisal exercise.


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Bring writing materials ie Pen and Paper

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Building Personal Resilience
Joseph C. Francisco
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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This workshop will allow participants to look at various crises and its impact on behavior, emotional reactions, expectations. Activities will provide practical steps, strategies and techniques to help build resilience for oneself and for others.


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paper and pencil

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“Sa Likod ng Litrato Iyong Matatanto: The Power of Photovoice”
WILLIAM JO SE M. BILLOTE
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Photovoice, also known as picturevoice, is a community-based participatory research methodology grounded on the principle that people are experts in their own lives. It involves the process of taking pictures that document aspects of one’s life or social reality, selecting images to reflect on and discuss, identifying issues and communicating findings to the community (Wang et. al., as cited in Iskander, 2015). This workshop aims to give participants an overview of photovoice as a research methodology. Through a short discussion and group activity, participants will become acquainted with photovoice.


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n/a

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Alpas: Creating Safe and Inclusive Spaces for LGBT+ Youth
Mary Anne Portuguez
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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Studies have shown that LGBT+ are more prone to mental health concerns than their straight counterparts. Most studies found out that it was due to rampant incidents of bullying, abuses, and discrimination among members of the LGBT+ community. This workshop intends to discuss the existing concerns among LGBT+, increase the awareness on lived experiences of LGBT+ in the Philippines, impart solid grounding on LGBT+ psychology to students, and encourage the participants to join and be part of the community that promotes healthy, inclusive, and safe space for all Filipinos.


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Coloring materials, 2 pieces of bond paper, ballpen

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States, Strokes and Scripts: Applying Transactional Analysis in Present Times
MONICA SOPHIA DL. TUASON
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Developing healthy relationships nowadays is hard work. With different forms of communication available, understanding each other seems to be a challenge. One technique used in psychotherapy that has varied applications in relationships, communications, personal development and business is Transactional Analysis (TA). Developed by Dr. Eric Berne, TA examines each unit of social interaction and identifies which part of multiple-natured person is being activated. This workshop aims to discuss TA techniques to help participants become aware of their ego states, strokes, scripts and life positions and how they can apply TA to make their relationships more fulfilling.


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none

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Creating A Mental Health Advocacy using Visual Arts
Peejay D. Bengwasan
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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This workshop aims to develop students' skills in creating their own advocacies based on their own experiences, which may be relevant to possible audiences, clients or viewers. A step-by-step example shall be presented, from conceptualization, assessment of needs from intended audience, the type of medium to be used, to an actual output. The workshop begins with a short exercise on self-awareness and discovering one's personal metaphor, which will be used to develop visual media output that may later be used as advocacy materials. Participants may have the option to do the task in pairs or in groups, with the facilitator guiding them through the workshop.


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Participants may bring art materials, preferably pencils, crayons and other coloring materials.

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Psychological Well-being: Putting its six dimensions into practice
Wilmalyn A. Awingan
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Experts advocate the importance of developing the optimal psychological health of helping professions by having a positive psychological well-being. The practice of autonomy, environmental mastery, personal growth, positive relations, purpose in life and self-acceptance as the six dimensions of psychological well-being can be of help to helping professions.


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Not applicable

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LET IT GO!: An Anger Management Based Workshop fro Almost Broken Relationships
Mara Calagui MA.,RPsy
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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Anger is a normal emotion. A powerful one that others attribute to something negative since some are challenged with how they are able to express it thereby resulting to strained relationships. The goal of this workshop is to change one's view about anger, become more aware on its nature, be able to identify its signs and signals and manage it well not to further complicate a valued relationship.


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None

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HAYST!!! HIRAP MONG KAUSAP!- PAANO B KITA MAGETCHING (Maintindihan)?
Nora Almira I. Agpasa
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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THIS WORKSHOP WOULD GIVE UNDERSTANDING ON PATTERNS OF BEHAVIOUR THAT ANNOY US AND HOW WE COULD HANDLE THEM. IT WILL GIVE US UNDERSTANDING OF OUR OWN AS WELL. THE SEMINAR WILL ALSO HIGHLIGHTS ON SOME FILIPINOS’ WAYS OF HANDLING CHALLENGING SITUATIONS BY UNDERSTANDING DIFFERENT PERSONA. THE SEMINAR WILL ECHO KEY CONCEPTS OF MIKE LEIBLING’S STRATEGIES ON GETTING ALONG WITH DIFFICULT PEOPLE.


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none

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Bakit parang kasalananan ko?: Understanding Individual differences as driver of conflicts
Malvinn V. Mendoza
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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The workshop aims to introduce the MBTI Typologies and how it can drive conflicts, the assessment debriefing process, and the corresponding activities critical to the understanding of the four dichotomies. The participants will be exposed to an experiential learning process as they delve on the inner workings of (1) where people focus their attention and get energy (Extraversion or Introversion), (2) take in information (Sensing or Intuition), (3) decide or come to a conclusion about that information (Thinking or Feeling), and (4) deal with the world around us (Judging or Perceiving). Interpretation of the MBTI Step I and Step II reports and how it can be useful for talent management, engagement, managing team cohesiveness and synergy, conflict resolution, and leadership development will be discussed.


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Participants must be aware of their MBTI Type before the workshop

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How to Assess Mental State? A Practical Guide in Conducting Mental Status Examination
Erickson A. Amion, RPsy, RPm
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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A Mental Status Examination (MSE) is typically conducted to assess the presence of cognitive, emotional, or behavioral problems. It is most of the time included as one procedure in clinical assessment. It provides an estimate on the quality of client’s functioning and is used to screen possible symptoms of psychopathology. This workshop will enable the participants to demonstrate understanding about what MSE is and its importance in the conduct of clinical assessment. There will be lecture, video segments and interactions to enhance the learning experience. Participants are expected to produce an actual MSE report and present it to the group at the end of the workshop.


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Please bring pen and paper for the write-up.

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Kelan Mali ang Tama? Awakening ethical consciousness in research and in practice
Angelo Carlo D. Pilapil
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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As issues are being raised in the scientific integrity of our profession such as practices in assessment using projective techniques, call for more rigor in research principles, theories and application were made. As the response grew, so are the risks of producing doubtful and unethical researches. The core of this training module is to teach, not only undergraduates but also teachers and practitioners to do research within the bounds of ethical research through developing ethical consciousness and creating own framework of resolving ethical dilemmas.


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Notes

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Workplace Realities: 5 Key Essentials of Career Management for Graduates
Karen D. Sacdalan
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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This 4-hour workshop will give participants a more in-depth understanding of the various realities and dynamics of organizational change, learn the adaptive ways of dealing with highly diverse workforce, know ways of boosting employee engagement, and understand importance of career management. Key insights will look into how to be change-ready, develop personal resilience, and to be discerning individuals on how to have a meaningful career.


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Bring adaptor for projector for Macbook, speakers needed for videos

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I-O's to! (Ayos To!) An I/O Bootcamp for industry-ready Psychology students
Ralph Jayson C. Pallon, MP, RPm, RPsy
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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A good number, if not majority, of Psychology graduates turn to industry practice right-after graduation. Most commonly, industry newbies join Industrial-Organizational (I/O) field as recruiters, HR assistants, payroll analyst, trainer or learning and development specialists and similar role. With the ever changing and complexing nature of businesses, owners, executive, and managers are becoming more demanding to new hires, expecting them to be more ready and well-prepared for the roles they are to occupy in the organization. And this industry-inspired 2-pronged seminar-workshop* focuses on sharing functional knowledge to participants ala-“bootcamp” style: focusing on the practicality and applicability.


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Note: Each module of the workshop is designed for one slot either a morning or afternoon slot, and we are hopeful to get approval for 2 slots. This is in coordination with IO Psychology Division Chairperson Erald Ilac.

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Paano ba to? Understanding and Dealing with the Quarter-Life Crisis
England Danne B. Castro
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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The Quarter-Life Crisis (abbreviated as QLC) experience has been widely talked about by the youth across multiple social media platforms in the turn of the 21st Century. The QLC has been described as a phase where young adults experience feelings of dissatisfaction and worthlessness brought upon by the young adult’s confusion with one’s identity and goals. This workshop aims to help psychology students to understand and cope with the QLC that they may be currently experiencing. Additionally, the workshop also intends to aid would-be psychologists in instilling resiliency, grit, and self-compassion in their clients who might experience the quarter-life crisis.


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Please bring writing materials.

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Huwag Maging Marupok: Developing Academic Grit in the Midst of Growing Emotional Fragility in the Youth
Desiderio Camitan IV
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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One tweet reads: “Students are not robots. Education is no longer healthy for us.” Recent research found that something very disturbing is happening on college campuses. Students are observed to be increasingly becoming emotionally fragile when faced with challenges. This workshop aims to: • explain why some students stop trying when faced with academic difficulties, whereas others rise to the occasion and persevere; • impart the knowledge about growth and fixed mindsets; and • equip students with the know-how of re-framing perspective in order to facilitate attitudinal and behavioral changes in line with developing academic grit.


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None

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Cognitive Reframing for Productivity
ADRIAN E. YRIGAN
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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Participants are introduced to advanced cognitive reframing techniques as applied to productivity. More often than not, students are faced with a plethora of various academic demands that overwhelm their capacity adapt. With the reframing techniques introduced in this workshop, stress level is kept at bay as productive energy is allowed to take over.


Reminders:

Part of the workshop be spent in introducticing participants to Trello--a productivity software. It would help if participants will first explore this tool before coming to the session.

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Getting Things Done: Changing Your Life Through Forming Habits
Rachelle Louise C. Chavez & Justin Vianey M. Embalsado
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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In our daily life, we tend to repeat the same behavior. We go through our day doing our tasks without hardly thinking about them too much. In other words, it becomes a habit. This workshop is divided into two parts: the first part involves understanding theories and researches about how we form habits while the second part is dedicated into teaching the different ways in forming it. Participants in the workshop would be able to gain insight and skills in changing their bad habits and forming new ones to become more productive and develop a healthier lifestyle.


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None

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Breathing Peace in Chaos: Practicing Self-Care through Emotional Awareness
Elaine Rose Salansan
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Taking time off for ourselves in our everyday hustle and desire to be productive can be a challenge. More than identifying emotions, emotional awareness provide us opportunities to better assess our environment and practices to alleviate stress and anxiety. This workshop aims to help us be more attuned to our emotions by understanding the levels of emotional awareness and simulating self-care strategies.


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None

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Movements of the Soul: The Nexus of Prayer, Spirituality and Mental Health
Philip Manuelson Arandia
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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This workshop aims to introduce the students to different practices of prayer - prayer breath, prayer dance, prayer movements, group prayer and others. It integrates the theories on spirituality and its connection to mental health and even clinical practice. The goal is to appreciate and utilize prayer as an importance resource in building capacities and personal growth potential.


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NA

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THE PINOY BACKPACKER: NARRATIVES OF TRAVEL AND PERSONAL IDENTITY
Sucelle Czarina Deacosta
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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“Who am I?” is a question many travelers will tell you is a constant companion in their journeying. This question, the desire to have it answered, or even the pursuit of respite from having to have it answered serves as that “push” to take on a new adventure and travel. One mode of travelling deemed to be “of with benefit to and motivated by a person‘s self-identity” (Jarvis & Peel, 2008) is backpacking. This workshop will discuss a study on the impact of backpacking on the formation and/or modification of the narrative identities of Filipinos self-identifying as backpackers


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none

108
Wait, Am I Adolescent or Adult: Quarter-Life Challenges and Emerging Adulthood
Anna Marie C. Abrera
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Emerging adulthood is a concept by Arnett (2000) where individuals are often left with the dependency of childhood and adolescence, and could not enter yet the enduring responsibilities that are normative in adulthood. This development typically takes place between 18-25 years old, where emerging adults often explore a variety of possible life directions in love, work, and worldviews. This seminar-workshop is aimed at educating the participants with the features of emerging adults, and helping them figure out important skills to manage common quarter-life issues. A short inventory will also be given to students for personal assessment.


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None

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A Work of HEART: A Workshop on Basic Counseling and Helping Skills
Nerizza V. Cristobal
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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This interactive workshop aims to develop basic counseling and helping skills that will help prepare students aspiring to be school counselors and counseling psychologists. Primarily, this workshop endeavors to develop listening, verbal and non-verbal communication skills among the participants. It will also provide appropriate activities that can enhance facilitating responses of students in doing peer counseling and coaching. Client-centered techniques will also be imparted to the students and how they can apply them through the use of structured learning exercises. Finally, their role and contribution in the promotion and advocacy of mental health among the youth will be discussed.


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please bring writing materials

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Hello Gender Equity, Goodbye Gender Equality!
Angelica Marie Genove Peralta
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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Gender equity is vital while gender equality is a misconception. Differentiating gender equity from gender equality is important in developing future psychologists and psychometricians who are gender empathic and not radically gender sensitive. Certain groups had been battling for gender equality which is usually an outcry against male dominance disregarding that the equality they strive for can be done in the context of freedom from bias or favoritism. The workshop will engage the participants in facilitated situational simulations to address multiple aspects including: social accountability, client and therapist safety, communication challenges, policy development, innovation and research aimed towards gender equity.


Reminders:

Bring pen and paper

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The 6 “C’s” of Critical Incident Response in Sport: Guidance for Parents, Sports Personnel and Organizations
Dr. Karen Katrina V. Trinidad
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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While the military services, airlines, industries find a systematic way of managing critical incident in the community helpful, this is of the same essence in the sports setting to adopt. Exposure to the potentialities of major injuries, triggered health conditions, loss of life, or other catastrophic consequences may leave athletes and sports personnel struggling both on and off-the-field. This 3-hour interactive workshop will educate those who are charged in taking the lead to overcome these critical incident challenges through the “6 Cs” approach and achieve collective efforts to optimize one’s performance in a given role.


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112
Application of CTRT Concepts on Facilitating Group Dynamic Activities
Abigaile Rose Mary Capay
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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This workshop will integrate the concepts of Glasser's Choice Theory and Reality Therapy in the process of facilitating structured learning activities for groups. It will include application of CTRT topics such as five basic needs, exploring the quality world and total behavior in the context of group process. At the end of the learning session, participants should be able to apply what they learned by conducting a group dynamic activity on their chosen topic with the other members of the group.


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Bring colored papers and colored markers

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Becoming Emotionally Competent: A Workshop on Understanding The Psychology of Emotions
Christine Quita
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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This workshop aims to equip the participants the knowledge and skills in understanding the psychology of emotions. The facilitator will discuss theories and conduct activities that will explain why we feel certain emotions and the reasons why we feel that way. Furthermore, emotional competence would be explored through an in-depth discussion of the skills needed in achieving emotional competence and tips on how one become emotional competent.


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bring pen and paper

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Pain is Your Friend: Why Suffering, Vulnerability and Uncertainty Are Critical to Your Growth
Via Portera
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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In this day and age when “perfection” is enshrined and the concept of positivity has been perverted into the process of avoiding pain at all costs, it is imperative to remind all of us, who are enslaved by skewed ideals of what true happiness means, that hardship is truly a great avenue for growth. When we accept pain and suffering as important and necessary aspects of our individual journeys rather than aberrations, then we stand to have a much better chance of finding meaning and significance in our lives. This seminar-workshop aspires to propagate the message of embracing pain as requisite to a full and meaningful life. Further, it aims to teach the participants the value of pain and suffering and how to develop a better and healthier perspective about their lives’ most trying situations. In so doing, they may be able to embrace all experiences, good and bad, with peace and curiosity and accept the path they are on while still aspiring to be the best versions of themselves


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None

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Positive Psychology x Mental Health
Jeremiah Paul C. Silvestre
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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For years, the field of Psychology as a science has been doing a superb job in studying human abnormality, weaknesses and damages. A lot of breakthroughs have emerged in the field of clinical psychology or abnormal psychology in order to help people live functional lives again. In 1998, during the American Psychological Association’s annual convention, a challenge was made when Martin Seligman emphasized that more than this mentioned role of the field, psychology is also the study of human strengths and virtues. Treatment is not just fixing what is broken; it is also nurturing what is best in us (Seligman, 1998). These statements presented the other side of what the science of Psychology is/should be doing and shifted the paradigm for the field to also be concern with people’s well-being and optimal living. This session aims to give an introductory discussion regarding Positive Psychology and its role in boosting mental health. Specifically, its objectives for participants are: (a) to gain an understanding of what the field of Positive Psychology is about (b) to appreciate Positive Psychology’s basic concepts, theories and research findings in relation to mental health and Filipino experiences (c) to reflect on personal experiences and apply Positive Psychology’s practical tips to everyday living A lecture-workshop focusing on the fundamentals of Positive Psychology - positive emotions, values/virtues and character strengths plus the good life, the science of happiness, thriving communities - is the design of this learning session.


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NA

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To Get Back on After the Fall: The Role of Grit and Growth Mindset
Maria Elena Cruz-Santos
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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“When there’s a goal, you feel able to overcome any problems, as there’s future success waiting for you”. But what if you failed to achieve your goals? You failed to meet the required grade for an exam, you were not able to get the promotion you have been anticipating, and you have been broken-hearted by someone you have thought to be your “forever”. Figuratively writing, you experienced a certain fall from your beautiful ride. Now, getting back on from this fall may not be an easy thing to do. In this interactive workshop that will make use of examples, cases, and group activities, participants will understand and apply passion, perseverance, and purpose, also known as Grit, and will help to change mindset into a growing one to get back on and see this “fall” as an opportunity to learn.


Reminders:

Kindly bring pen and paper.

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Sensitivity to red flag indicators for suspected exceptional children in regular class
Raymund E. Mindanao
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Children in regular class have diverse characteristics and qualities in acquisition of both academic and developmental competencies. For suspeted exceptional children, it is essential for professionals such as guidance counselors and regular teachers to be sensitive to their needs in order to address their difficulties and help reach their greatest potentials. The aim of this seminar/workshop is to create awareness and sensitivity to future professionals - in educational setting about the red flags indicators that could be the basis for psychomotor, cognitive, language, and psychosocial impairment in their students. Early detection and intervention is vital to address their educational needs, this seminar could play an important role in designing and implanting their Individualized Educational Program (IEP).


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n/a

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MENTAL TOUGHNESS: HOW TO BECOME A BETTER YOU
Jomelyn Lopez
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Workshop Objectives & Descriptions IT IS IMPERATIVE TO DEVELOP AND TRAIN OUR MIND IN ORDER TO BE HAPPY AND SUCCESSFUL IN LIFE. ONE CAN BE A BETTER PERSON IF ONE’S MIND CAN BE USED EFFECTIVELY AND EFFICIENTLY. THIS IS NECESSARY IN IMPROVING ONESELF. OUR MIND IS THE ONLY WEAPON SINCE WE ARE BORN UNARMED IN THIS WORLD KEYS TO WHAT MIND CAN DO WILL BE COMPREHENSIVE LY EXPLORED TOGETHER WITH OTHER AREAS WHERE BRAIN CAN FULLY AND POTENTIALLY MAXIMIZE ITS USE. RESULTS OF A WELL-TRAINED MIND WILL BE IMPROVED MEMORY AND CONCENTRATION, BECOMING MORE ORGANIZED AND HAVING A BETTER AND HAPPY LIFE.


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Paper and pens

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Flourishing,Thriving and Positive Psychology: Youth's Journey, Challenges and Well-being
Paola Katherina M. Gonzales
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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Adolescents experience different adversities during their journey towards adulthood. They may be faced with enourmous issues or stressors that made which made them highly vulnerable to risks and worst, dysfunction. Because the emergence of these overwhelming experiences, may lead them either to lose their battle or get lost in their path. Hence,the objectives of this proposed seminar are the following: 1.Identify and understand the developmental adversities that the youths(adolescents-emerging adults) experiences. 2.Unleash their natural protective factors which may help them to thrive and flourish as they proceed to their journeys. 3. Strengthen salutogenic strategies by enhancing relationships, coping,and self-concept. At the end of the session, the participants may continue their journey,bringing with them their personalized "gauntlet",an improved self and optimistic view towards their journey.


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Pencil with eraser Oslo papers (5pcs) Coloring materials (any of the following: water color with brush, crayons,poster paint with brush,oil pastel) Ballpoint (red,blue,black)

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Befriending the Emotional Brain: A Key to Self-regulation and Mental Health
Sally I. Maximo
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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The objective is to help participants understand how their brains developed emotionally. Through this knowing, they can be encouraged to adopt behaviors - thoughts, feelings and actions - that are effective in managing stress, enhancing mental health and ultimately achieving well-being. For the workshop portion, an experiential activity will be provided the participants on "showing up" to very difficult emotions based on the ideas of Emotional Agility by Dr. Susan David. Behaviors of emotional agility may be adopted as a way of befriending our emotional brain.


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Self-Compassion, An Introductory Workshop
Jofel Umandap
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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Research has shown that self-compassion is associated with positive emotional well-being, the ability to cope with life challenges, lower levels of anxiety and depression, healthy habits like diet and exercise, and more satisfying personal relationships. Self-compassion entails treating ourselves kindly. Instead of judging ourselves, it allows us to realistically regard ourselves, and to understand that despite our inadequacies and mistakes, we are worthy of love and respect. It allows us to feel connected to others when we suffer, rather than feeling isolated. With it, we overcome challenges with greater ease, and are motivated to make much-needed improvements in our lives.


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You may take the Self-Compassion Test (Neff, 2003) at https://self-compassion.org/test-how-self-compassionate-you-are/ Please remember your results for the workshop.

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"Happiology": Subjective Experiences,Traits and States and Subjective Well-being,
Paola Katherina M.Gonzales
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Most researches and fields in Psychology primarly focused on dealing with abnormalities and disorders. However, the emergence of Positive Psychology speedily booms the field,with a premise that human beings have natural abilities to flourish despite challenges. In connectiond, college students are very vulnerable to experiencing challenges,developmental issues and relational conflicts in their everyday lives. Because these factors are so absorbing and exhausting, they are much consumed to skepticism than optimism towards achieving life goals. These emo-socio-psycjological exhaustion may lead to maladaptive resolutions which may even aggrevate their conditions. Thus, the objectives of this seminar are the following: 1.Determine one's strengths and limitations based on their perceived Self. 2. Introduction and facilitation of Self-care and emotional management. 3.Discover positive traits and characteristics as their protective factors to thrive or succeed adversities. 4.Apply fundamental Positive Psychological interventions such as Happy disposition and mechanisms. At the end of the session, the participants have better understanding of theirselves, Kapwa and future. Equipped with their natural and essential self-care tools using positive psychology basic intercentions.Lastly, a renewed view of the Self.


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Pen and paper Oslo paper(5pcs) Crayons scissors Art papers (assorted) Glue/paste

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Discovering the Genuine Self through the Enneagram
Dario "Jun" D. Arive, Jr., MA, RPsy
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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“Your heart is the size of an ocean. Go find yourself in its hidden depths.” The main objective of this workshop is for the participants to develop a deeper understanding of one’s self through the Enneagram. From the ancient wisdom of the spiritual gurus to modern psychological insights, the Enneagram offers a powerful method of deciphering personality for productive work and meaningful relationships. The method will involve lectures and activities that will introduce participants to the psychological as well as spiritual perspective of the Enneagram - an extraordinary framework to becoming more self-aware by gently navigating the inner self or the hidden self through understanding false perceptions, traps, core psychological issues with their spiritual roots, and how to effectively deal with them.


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Just be ready and open to discovering your hidden self, and most importantly your genuine self.

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Breathing into Emotional Wounds through the Healing Art of Clay
Dr. Cariñez D. Fajarito, RPsy, RPm
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Oftentimes it is difficult for some people to understand and grasp their emotional wounds. Sometimes it may be overwhelming that it later on affects one’s psychological well-being, and sometimes permeates through one’s interpersonal relationships. In this seminar-workshop, participants will be taught on how to live moment-to-moment experiences through mindfulness, then uncover and breathe into their emotional wounds through mindfulness-based art therapy, specifically through the use of clay. Participants will be indulged in experiential mindfulness meditation exercises, and will be introduced into how clay can be used therapeutically in healing lodged and painful emotions. Participants are expected to bring one long block of clay, pillow, and a mat.


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Please bring one long block of clay, 1 bond paper, pen, pillow, and mat

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Grit: Completing the equation towards success
Loraine C. Cerezo
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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Is success equals IQ + talent? Not necessarily. In this simplistic equation, one variable is missing: GRIT. It is what makes Bill Gates, LeBron James, and Albert Einstein more alike than different. And the good news about grit is that there are proven ways to increase it. This workshop details exactly that: how grit can be cultivated to achieve one’s potential, how embodying a growth mindset can affect your overall success, and how grit can supplement what one may lack in intelligence or talent.


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Kindly bring pens or pencils to the workshop.

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"WERPA!: The Power of Effective Communication"
ANALENE A. BALA, MA, RGC
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Communication skills remain to be one of the most important skills of a person. Whether to deliver a personal message to a loved one, reporting in class, doing a job interview, or having a professional presentation, effective communication is a powerful tool that enhances through constant practice. As they say, communication skills directly relates to 85% of one’s success in life. This seminar-workshop aims to teach millenials on how communication can transform their relationships and get their most brilliant ideas across. Thus, giving them the most petmalu edge in life. Power!


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Test Development and Validation for Quantitative Researches Made Easy
Mary Grace L. Descarga
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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The workshop aims to help participants to identify the step by step process when developing a questionnaire for quantitative research. Rules on item writing, content validation, and establishing the reliability through Chronbach's alpha coefficient will be discussed. Exercises on test construction and validation will be provided to teach the students to apply it in their respective researchers.


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Bring a pen

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Thesis writing made easy: A workshop about the basics of writing a thesis proposal
Homer Yabut
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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One of the major challenges of a psychology student is to come up with a thesis topic and develop it into a full blown research. This workshop introduces to the students the basics of developing and conceptualizing a thesis topic. Common problems and pitfalls being encountered by psychology and how to address them will be discussed in the workshop. Furthermore, both quantitative and qualitative research approaches will also be tackled in order to prepare the students in their thesis writing. At the end of the workshop, the students will be equipped with some basic and practical skills that can help them in thesis writing.


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None

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Stress Management: Millenials and Post Millenials
Kristine C. Cadano
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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The millennial generation has been subject of different studies worldwide. Described by APA as more stressed compared with the older age groups that they are less capable to handle pressures, millennials are those who were born from 1981-1996, while post millenials are those born beyond 1997(Beaton, 2018 and Serafino, 2018). It is essential to understand how millenials manage pressure because it would give ideas on how the current generation could handle stress better. This session aims to identify millenials’ ways of managing stress, and from their experiences, the post millenials will discover and experience other positive mental health approaches.


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Bring Pens, notebooks and wear comfortable clothes for ease of movement (jeans, rubber shoes or sneakers)

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Empowering Young Advocates in Preventing and Managing the HOTTER and WILDER Risky-Sexual Behavior of Filipino Youth: A Workshop on Risk-Reduction Coun
USTINE JOSHUA VALENZUELA
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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The sexual behavior of Filipino youth is getting hotter and wilder. Many of them are engaging in risky sexual activities at an early age without thinking about the possible negative consequences of their behavior. This is a major contributing factor to the drastic increase of new HIV infections in the country. In order to achieve a change among youth’s sexual behavior, an important step is to improve their knowledge concerning their sexual health. Therefore, young advocates must be empowered and equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills to help their peers/other young people reduce their risky sexual behavior and promote good decision making. Likewise, this workshop is geared towards enhancement of participants’ knowledge, skills, and attitudes in providing sexual health and HIV information to promote positive behavioral change. More than this, they will be introduced to basic counseling skills necessary to implement the key practices of HIV Counseling including risk assessment, disclosure, and harm reduction.


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MENTAL HEALTH AND WORK: IMPACT, ISSUES AND GOOD PRACTICES
Henmar C. Cardiño, MP, CSIOP, DipIR, RPm
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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According to the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the World Health Organization (WHO), Mental Health problems are among the most important contributors to the burden of disease and disability worldwide. Five of 10 leading causes of disability worldwide are mental health problems. This workshop is focused on the importance of Mental Health in the workplace with the perspective of ILO and WHO here in the Philippines. The objectives of this workshop are: (1) to discuss the various changes and the evolution of work streamlined in the Industrial Period; (2) examines the importance of mental health in the workplace in general, and suggest appropriate management for workers with mental health problems; and, (3) Consider the role of the workplace in promoting good mental health practices for employees.


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Are you ready to become a millennial Leader?
Clarence G. Apostol, CHRMP, CHRP, CHRM, CIRS, IADT
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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This seminar-workshop discover how to be an effective leader in the highest calling of leadership outlined by John C. Maxwell and reshaping young Millennials who aspire to be a leader tomorrow. Want to be inspired today? The delegates will gain insight into the leadership competencies necessary to lead in today's workforce and make a positive difference. Finally, the need for a transformational leadership leading across generations influences people to think, speak, act and inspire followers to change expectations, perceptions and motivations in their life and in the lives of others.


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Pencil, Bond Paper

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The Role of Self-Care in Reducing Burnout in the Field of Psychology
Karl Anthony Rufo
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Mental health professionals are individuals responsible for promoting and offering mental health awareness and services. All mental health professionals offer different services for people’s psychological well-being. Richards, Campenni, and Muse-Burke (2010) said that counselor’s responsibilities, which are to do no harm, to benefit others, and pursue excellence in their profession, are part of the core ethical principles of counseling. That is why mental health professionals tend to be vulnerable that leads to impairment in their professional lives and weaken their therapeutic efficacy. Experts find that they are susceptible to vicarious trauma, substance abuse, relational difficulties, and depression. Thus, to remain to their ethical principles, it is essential that counselors engage in self-care to decrease the possibility of impairment and improve their well-being as well. Pope and Vasquez (2013) said that disregarding self-care can contribute to negative effects such as being able to drain the enthusiasm, joy, resilience, and meaning out of a career. It can hurt the capability to practice ethically and can sink in discouragement, compassion fatigue, and burnout.


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This workshop/seminar will enlighten the students of psychology about the importance of self-care in their future field of work. This will also let the students learn more about the different experiences in the various field of works in psychology. This will enhance their knowledge about the ethical concerns of self-care in order to lessen the effects of burnout, especially in the field of psychology.

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Forgiveness Liberates the Soul
Angelie D. Bautista
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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The primary goal of this workshop is to assist the participants to achieve a better understanding of forgiveness and to give them opportunities to experience the steps to forgiveness in the activities. Specifically, at the end of this workshop the participants are expected to: 1. Achieve a better understanding of what forgiveness means and its benefits. 2. Identify the phases of forgiveness and be enabled to assess at which particular phase they are locked through SLEs. 3. Explain the steps to forgiveness and be able to identify cognitive, affective & behavioral factors that indicate success in each step. This workshop makes use of the Psychospiritual approach to understanding forgiveness. Also, SLEs that would reinforce their coping skills and handling conflicts, which are also integral in learning to forgive, shall be facilitated.


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Bring art materials

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A "CRUNCH", Nestled ,Bundled and Delivered
Carmen Sunico-Quesada
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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EXPERIENCE SEEING THE YOUTH IN THEIR “CRUNCH”, KEEPING INTACT THE KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND THEORIES, CONSIDER THE USE OF PLAY, ART AND OTHER EXPRESSION AS A GUIDE IN WORKING WITH THEIR NEEDS AND CONCERNS AS THEY GO THROUGH MAJOR SETBACKS, ISOLATION ALL SORTS OF POSSIBLE BEHAVIOR THAT IMPLY A DRASTIC CHANGE FROM THEIR USUAL SELVES. A BATTLE WITH THE SELF, SIGNS OF HOPELESSNESS AND WORTHLESSNESS ALL BRING OUT THAT INNATE DISSATISFACTION AND A CALL FOR INTERVENTION. WHEN THIS HAPPEN THE INDIVIDUAL REACHES OUT FOR HELP OR ASSISTANCE.COME, JOIN, SEE, EXPERIENCE AND BE A PART OF THIS WORKSHOP


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Come as you are ready to listen and learn from each other.

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Achieving your Peak Performance
Dr. Rodel P. Canlas
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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Peak, if paired with the noun “mountain”—connotes that it is the top most part of everything. The idea of getting into it is exciting, however, inevitably there will be rocky and steep roads that awaits along the way which may lead people into giving up. Now being posed on the question: how well will you handle this situation? Mental power is the key. In this this interactive workshop, the attendees will have an in depth understanding of what comprises Mental Toughness and how well does it work as a mountaineering tool in achieving once peak performance and how it significantly helps our Filipino Athletes in their game.


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Bring a pen and paper.

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Being Quick to Care: Employing Mental Health First Aid
Angelie D. Bautista
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Mental health problems have become a growing concern globally. This workshop aims to provide information that is most relevant in critical situations where there are serious mental health problems. Specifically, after this session, participants are expected to: a) appropriately respond to a mental health emergency; and b) offer support to someone who appears to be in emotional distress.


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None

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THE HOW’S OF PHENOMENOLOGICAL RESEARCH: WRITING THROUGH THE SUBJECTS' CORE
Merimee T. Siena
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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Natural knowledge begins with experience and remains within the experience. Phenomenological research focuses on the descriptions of what people experience and how it is that they experience what they experienced. In the conduct of phenomenological method, a researcher must be in direct contact with the phenomenon itself, assume that he/ she does not know the phenomenon but wishes to, and use methods which will portray human experience in experiential terms (Seamon, 2000). This workshop provides the participants an overview of phenomenological research design and its tools as well as offer hands-on training in the explicitation of qualitative data.


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Laptop

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Thesis Writing 101
Ryan Francis O. Cayubit
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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The workshop is designed to equipped participants with the basic knowledge and skill needed to successfully carry out basic psychological research. It will aid the participants in conceptualizing a research project and translating said concept into a meaningful and theoretically sound research proposal. It will also provide practical tips and strategies that will help students successfully hurdle their thesis or research endeavor.


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It is recommended that participants have a research idea or topic in mind.

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Adapting Solution Focused Brief Therapy for Grief and Loss issues
Maria Angela Virata
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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Solution Focused Brief Therapy is interested in looking for client’s strengths, resources and capabilities toward managing their own problems and helping them find solutions in small, workable steps. Studies show building on successes is easier than looking at deficits. Change is more likely when individuals experience themselves as being competent, capable and successful and having some control over their lives. Participants will learn how key Solution Focused Brief Therapy questions like the miracle question, affirming strengths and resources, finding exceptions, coping and scaling can be adapted to dealing with grief and loss issues. How to help people with normal grieving vs. complicated grief will all be highlighted.


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None

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How to Test and Develop your Extrasensory Perception
Lota A. Teh
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Extrasensory perception, or ESP, consists of perception not mediated by the stimulation of the sense organs. There are different types of ESP, namely, precognition, clairvoyance, and telepathy. This workshop will focus on telepathy which is defined as thought transference from one person to another, or mind-to-mind communication. The workshop facilitator will share the results of her scientific study of ESP phenomena. The workshop participants will be made to experience simple ESP tests and exercises. They will also be taught how to improve their ESP ability.


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Please bring a pencil For PAP Secretariat--pls prepare bond papers

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FACING THE REAL WORLD: COPING WITH EARLY ADULTHOOD STRUGGLES AS PSYCH MAJORS
John Steven Ll. Terrado
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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This workshop aims to address the problems and struggles young and upcoming psychology majors will likely face in the “real world” after they graduate from college, and help develop healthy ways to cope with these struggles. Obstacles may lie ahead of graduation, like battling doubts, comparisons, and questions of one’s self-worth and potential. This workshop will help in guiding them to overcome these difficulties and flourish as young professionals; incorporating the studies and theories we have in the field of psychology.


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Kalma ka Lang Bes
Leny G. Gadiana
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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Kalma ka lang BES Recognizing that mental health problems and illnesses have become the sickness of the modern time and no one is exempted from being visited by the said condition. It is very important to be equipped with the necessary tool in dealing with depression, increasing our protective factors, and most especially be skillfull in applied suicide intervention. Kalma ka lang Bes is a lecture workshop on mental health focusing on suicide intervention. This session is ideal for small group, not more 40 participants. The learning facilitator will share the suicide intervention model from Singapore, where she received and completed her training on the said skill. The participants will have a thorough exposure and receive a detailed discussion on the step-by-step suicide intervention model. The intervention model is very easy and a must to “learn” by everyone.


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Be ready to explore and be open to all possibilities.

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Introductory Workshop in Career Planning & Development Interventions from Organizational Development (OD) Lens.
Dr. Roldan C. Ragot
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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Description & Objectives: This introductory workshop is designed to introduce to student-participants career planning & development in developing talents as a Human Resource Management Interventions from an OD lens. Career development is viewed as an effective approach to retaining and improving people at work, hence it is crucial in providing career and life learning opportunities as a strategic goal of Human Resource in any organization. Objectives: 1. To briefly introduce concepts & interventions of OD & Human Resource Management; 2. To describe career planning & development, career stages, its applications & interventions; and 3. To undergo workshop in skills audit as tool in Career Development Interventions.


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Requirements: Pen

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ANALYZING AND CORRELATING QUANTITATIVE DATA
Elvira M. Daliva
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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This workshop makes use of quantitative data generated from psychological tests or any numerical data gathered from students’ performance (e.g., GPA). Descriptive statistics (e.g., mean) will be discussed. The participants will be taught how to manipulate the data to be presented and interpret the computed Pearson r. This will also enable them to be acquainted on how to make a quantitative inquiry, particularly in psychological testing situated in the school setting.


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Bring laptop and flash drive.

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Dictionary kba? Kc U Give Meaning to my Life: A Workshop on Search for Meaning
Melvin S. Carreon
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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The increasing number of suicide incidence among Filipino teenagers nowadays is really alarming. It has been a source of concern for the psychologists and other mental health practitioners. This workshop aims to equip the student participants knowledge on why people particularly adolescents find it difficult to recognize the purpose of their existence leading to existential vacuum, which may eventually result to suicide. Anchored on existential philosophy, this workshop further seeks to guide the participants in understanding the basic foundation and therapeutic techniques and procedures in existential counseling. This undertaking includes interactive discussion and hands-on activities that the students can adopt and utilize to help fellow adolescents in understanding deeply the meaning of life, which makes it worth living.


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Please bring coloring materials like crayons, colored pens/ pencils, pastel, etc.

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STRAIGHT BUT NOT NARROW: Becoming Allies for the LGBT Community
Junix Jerald I. Delos Santos, RPm, LPT
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) psychology has recently emerged as a field in psychology. This field in psychology has tried to capture the unique lived experiences and struggles of the LGBT community. Moreover, a number of studies have focused on the mental health and well-being of LGBT persons. Factors such as prejudice and discrimination, social stigma, microaggression, and minority stress have been identified as contributory factors to LGBT mental health and well-being. In this vein, the goal of this workshop is to enhance the critical lens of psychology students in identifying and dealing with these factors, and to learn practical ways to create safe spaces and provide support for the LGBT community.


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Kindly bring a pen and a notebook.

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Developing Personal and Spiritual Growth Using the Enneagram Approach
Dr. Peter R. Go-Monilla
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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The Enneagram is a remarkable system of nine basic personality types that can provide insights on the most important psychological dynamics of our personality, as well as on developing personal and spiritual growth. Undoubtedly, the better we know ourselves and understanding our strengths and weaknesses, the more happy and fulfilling our life will be. Participants will be guided to use the Enneagram as a tool for self-discovery and self-understanding. The Workshop will explain how the Enneagram works which will be especially helpful for psychology students.


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ballpen and paper

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EMPOWERING ANXIETY ON PEER REJECTION AND BETRAYAL THROUGH MREBT
NANCY ANTICAMARA BALATAY
9:00 AM- 12:00
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THE CHALLENGE OF THIS WORKSHOP IS TO EMPLOY MREBT, A TREATMENT PACKAGE THAT WILL MAKE USE OF AN ECLECTIC APPROACH TO EMPOWER STUDENTS’ ANXIETY ON PEER REJECTION AND BETRAYAL DUE TO IRRATIONAL THINKING AND BELIEFS. THE RATIONAL SELF-ANALYSIS (FROGGATT, 2005) WILL BE UNDERTAKEN TO EVALUATE THE STUDENTS’ THINKING PROCESSES. THEY WILL BE ASSISTED IN RECOGNIZING, EVALUATING, AND RESTRUCTURING THEIR IRRATIONAL BELIEFS THROUGH DISPUTATION PROCESS. THEY WILL BE GIVEN OPPORTUNITIES TO CONTROL, STOP AND ELIMINATE THEIR RECURRING IRRATIONAL BELIEFS THROUGH THOUGHT STOPPING TECHNIQUE AND TO ASSIMILATE RELAXATION THROUGH DIAPHRAGMATIC BREATHING SO AS TO RELIEVE ANXIOUS FEELINGS. THEY WILL BE INSTRUCTED TO VIEW THE ANXIETY PROVOKING SITUATIONS TO NEW RATIONAL AND POSITIVE THINKING IN ORDER TO FORMULATE THEIR OWN REASSURING PERSONAL BELIEFS (RPB). REPETITIVE SELF-TALK OF THE STUDENTS’ RBP WILL SERVE AS RATIONAL AND POSITIVE COPING STATEMENTS TO COUNTERATTACK THEIR SELF-DEFEATING BELIEFS, AND TO GUIDE THEM ON HOW THEY SHOULD RESPOND REALISTICALLY AND POSITIVELY TO ANXIETY PROVOKING SITUATIONS. THE RPB IMAGERY WILL BE APPLIED BY HAVING A MENTAL PICTURE ON THE POSITIVE EFFECTS OF THEIR EMOTIONS AND BEHAVIORS AS THEY REPEATEDLY EXPRESS THEIR RPB DURING ANXIETY PROVOKING SITUATIONS.


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THE PARTICIPANTS WHO WILL ATTEND THE WORKSHOP MUST BE VERY ANXIOUS ABOUT PEER REJECTION AND BETRAYAL.

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The Role of Stories in my STORY: Exploring the Use of Stories in Different Areas of Practice in Psychology
Joanne Trina Moreno-Javier
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Telling stories is a natural human phenomenon. It is a fundamental tool and skill that allows expression, meaning-making, socialization and sharing of ideas. The workshop will allow the participants to see how stories are utilized in both work and life contexts. It will have activities that will give them an opportunity to see how the facilitator has utilized stories in clinical practice, corporate training, teaching and in personal interactions, especially parenting. The participants will also be introduced to strategies in storytelling, to optimize its advantage.


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Bring writing and art materials

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Affirmative Counseling for LGBTQ
Ms. Rem Moog
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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A psychoeducational workshop with interactive rainbow fun activities is designed for psychology students to be equipped with a better understanding about the affirmative counseling to LGBTQ. The workshop will focus on the following essential topics: (1) LGBTQ affirmative terms and definitions to recognize and utilize the most common, current, and inclusive language found commonly in scholarly literature; (2) Current issues and stances on LGBTQ counseling to educate psychology students the many current issues in the field that impact the lived experiences of LGBTQ individuals; (3) Introduction to basic counseling competencies designed to help students with issues related to sexual orientation, gender identity and expression (SOGIE); (4) Creating a LGBTQ affirmative environment that foster a supportive space where students feels safe and empowered to authentically discuss their SOGIE, and (5) Counseling intervention strategies that foster students empowerment, resilience and well-being.


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Kindly bring colored paper and pentel pens. 

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CBT in everyday life
Alexis G. Ramirez
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Description:

Discuss the basic premise of the Cognitive Behavioral Approach. Let the students appreciate and understand the use of this approach. Apply different techniques of Cognitive Behavioral Intervention applicable to everyday life adversity.


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Self-Care and Compassion: A Simple and Effective Tool for Future Psychology Practitioners
Dr. Ma. Joycelyn A. Go-Monilla
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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The Workshop will discuss the benefits of self-care and explain its practice as an effective tool to increase personal growth and development. If students do not learn to care for themselves, they may experience stress in their personal and academic lives, leading to burnout. In addition, self-care is found to be an important element in developing competency, compassion, and harmonious relationship with others. The Workshop describes examples of self-care practices, and share suggestions for psychology students to integrate self-care into their lives and enhance their well-being.


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Situational Leadership: Understanding Leadership Style and Team Dynamics
Dr. Melfi Caranto
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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The seminar is about dealing with different situation and applying appropriate leadership strategies that matches the different dynamics of team members. This is for current and aspiring student leaders who want to discover the potentials and /or optimize the different strengths of their teammates.


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If you have any more concerns, please do not hesitate to email me.

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