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subjective well-being (happiness) - Continuing Psychology Education

subjective well-being (happiness) - Continuing Psychology Education

subjective well-being (happiness) - Continuing Psychology

SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING (HAPPINESS) Presented by CONTINUING PSYCHOLOGY EDUCATION INC. 2 CONTINUING EDUCATION HOURS “Happiness and misery depend as much on temperament as on fortune.” Francois de la Rochefoucauld, Maximes Course Objective The purpose of this course is to provide an understanding of the concept of happiness, entitled “subjective well-being” within psychological literature. Major topics include the demographic correlates of happiness, associated traits, the effect of personality and temperament, and theories explaining personality’s influence on happiness. Approval Continuing Psychology Education Inc. (CPE Inc.) is an NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP) and may offer NBCC-approved clock hours for events that meet NBCC requirements. The ACEP solely is responsible for all aspects of the program. Continuing Psychology Education Inc. awards 2 NBCC-approved continuing education clock hours for completion of this program (NBCC Approved Provider # 6084). Mission Statement Continuing Psychology Education provides the highest quality continuing education designed to fulfill the professional needs and interests of mental health professionals. Resources are offered to improve professional competency, maintain knowledge of the latest advancements, and meet continuing education requirements mandated by the profession. Learning Objectives Upon completion, the participant will be able to: 1. Describe major components and specific elements of happiness. 2. Discuss demographic effects, such as sex, age, income, education, etc., upon subjective well-being. 3. Acknowledge environmental effects including marriage, job satisfaction, health, leisure, competencies, etc., upon happiness. 4. Understand cause, predictors ,and correlates of happiness, and accompanying theoretical justification. 5. Explain key personality traits which promote greater well-being, such as extroversion, optimism, self-esteem, etc. 6. Determine personality and temperament effects on happiness. 7. Discuss the relationship between personality and happiness. Faculty Neil Eddington, Ph.D. Richard Shuman, MFT Copyright © 2006 Continuing Psychology Education Inc. 1 Continuing Psychology Education Inc. P.O. Box 9659 San Diego, CA 92169 FAX: (858) 272-5809 phone: 1 800 281-5068 www.texcpe.com

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