32nd Annual PAPJA Convention


January 25-26, 2019

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

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Group Dynamics

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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.


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Bring art materials Relax, enjoy and just be yourself.

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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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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.


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Read the ICF Core Competencies.

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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.


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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.


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Bring Art Materials

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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.


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

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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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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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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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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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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.


Reminders:

Bring colored papers and colored markers

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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.


Reminders:

Pencil, Bond Paper

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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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