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Keynote Address

Recent years have challenged us all as we have navigated unprecedented change and external forces beyond our control. In response to these times, this year's keynote address by psychologist, professor, and author, Daniel Tomasulo, PhD will explore the empowering tools of Learned Hopefulness. Filled with passion and grounded in the practice of Positive Psychology, Dr. Tomasulo is an expert speaker who will shift our perspective allowing us to break free from the hopelessness that may be weighing us down. Join us to find the inspiration we need to renew our motivation, lean on our strengths, and bring a sense of resiliency to our work and our lives.

About our speaker:

Dr. Tomasulo is an American counseling psychologist, writer, Academic Director and core faculty at the Spirituality Mind Body Institute (SMBI), Teachers College, Columbia University, and is on the teaching staff at the University of Pennsylvania where he works with Martin Seligman. He holds a Ph.D. in psychology, MFA in writing, and a Master of Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. He is a Review Editor for Frontiers in Psychology special section Positive Psychology, and honored by Teachers College, Columbia University with their 2021 Teaching Award.
In addition, Dr. Tomasulo developed Interactive Behavioral Therapy (IBT) and later Positive-Interactive Behavioral Therapy (P-IBT), forms of group psychotherapy for people with intellectual disabilities, and co-authored the American Psychological Association's first book on the subject. His latest book, Learned Hopefulness, addresses cultivating hope with strengths-based practices grounded in positive psychology. More information is available on his website: https://www.dantomasulo.com/.

Workshop Sessions

Check out these great workshops happening at the Conference!

  • Remote Support in NJ
    Technological and Moral Progress
  • Next Step, Housing!
    Using SOAR to Maximize Income, Wellness, and Recovery!
  • Joint Ventures and Partnerships
    Joining Forces to Create Supportive Housing
  • Dealing with the Staffing Crisis
    Coping with Staff Shortages, Reimaging Business Strategy, and Using IT to Fuel Employee Engagement, Retention, and Improved Outcomes.
  • Scaling Up Keeping Families Together and Connect to Home
    Breaking Down Silos Across State Agencies Through Improved Data-Sharing
  • Are You Ready for Medicaid Redetermination?
    Preventing Gaps in Coverage
  • Advancing Medicaid and Housing Supports
    New Investments in Housing Services and Housing Development
  • Finding a Home
    National Research Offers Promising Strategies to Connect People with Housing
  • Follow the Money
    Investments in Supportive Housing Create New Municipal Opportunities
  • Family Supported Housing Alternatives

Friday, November 4, 2022

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