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This event is part of the Wellbeing seriesSpeaker
Prof. Jo HudsonSpeaker's Biography
Joanne holds an Honours degree in Physical Education and Educational Studies and a PhD in Developmental Sport Psychology, both from the University of Wales, Bangor and has taught in Higher Education for 20 years.
She is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, a British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES) Fellow and British Psychological Society (BPS) Associate Fellow, a BPS Chartered Sport and Exercise Psychologist with Health Care Professions Council Registration and holds BASES Accreditation for Research. She is Chair of the BASES Education and Teaching Special Interest Group, Behaviour Change Theme Lead for the Welsh Institute of Physical Activity, Health and Sport, a past Chair of the BPS Division of Sport and Exercise Psychology and the BPS Standing Committee for CPD and an Editorial Board Member for the International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology and the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
Her research has two key themes: (1) psychosocial aspects of physical activity and exercise in middle-aged and older adults, and, (2) reversal theory interpretations of, and applications for, optimising well-being and exercise experiences.From: 17 Nov 2022, 11 a.m.
In this session we will explore the different mental states we experience throughout the day, week and month and consider the impact that they can have on us, including our wellbeing, our productivity at work and maybe our relationships with others around use. We’ll draw on ideas from reversal theory (Apter, 2018) to understand these mental states, the reversals we do (or don’t experience) between them and how we might manage our mental states for our personal benefit. The aim is for participants to leave with some practical ideas that are easy to implement they can try out for themselves.
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