Hugh Kempster arrived in Australia from New Zealand in 2008 as the new Senior Chaplain of Geelong Grammar School. This was the same time that renowned positive psychologist, Marty Seligman, commenced a six-month residency at the school. The school chapel played a significant part in the implementation of Geelong Grammar's world-renowned positive psychology programme. Dr Kempster then went on to organise Australasia's first Faith and Positive Psychology conference, and has undertaken ongoing research into the theological underpinning of this new psychological discipline.
||Wednesday 18 September
||7.30 pm – 9.30 pm
||St Peter's Hall, Eastern Hill
||$15 (concession: $12)
||The Rev'd Dr Hugh Kempster|
Fr Hugh is the Vicar of St Peter's Eastern Hill. As well as his ongoing interest in positive psychology and its implementation in the parish setting, he has published research on Julian of Norwich and the Medieval Mystics.
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