Course Duration:
ONE DAY

Positive Psychology and Resilience

Evidence-driven tools for wellbeing

Drawing on decades of peer-reviewed research, this course explores what is required for human flourishing and offers a suite of practical, evidence-driven tools for increasing resilience and maintaining psycho-social wellbeing.

Drawing on decades of peer-reviewed research, this course explores what is required for human flourishing, and offers a suite of practical tools to help everyone live an optimal life.

Pragmatic, enjoyable and accessible, this course introduces a range of intentional activities to increase wellbeing and positive feelings.

This course is suitable for both:

  • those interested in enhancing personal wellbeing; and
  • professionals seeking tools and activities for use with clients.

Topics include

  • Understanding resilience
  • Learned optimism
  • Leveraging strengths
  • Planning for adversity
  • Challenging negative self-talk
  • Gratitude, creativity, humour
  • Living mindfully
  • Empathy, forgiveness, savouring
  • Positive Psychology Interventions (PPI)

This course includes

  • Engaging, up-to-date materials.
  • Take-home reference package and free online resources.
  • All day catering and beverages - with dietary needs catered for.
  • Certificate of attendance.

Individual bookings

See our calendar for all scheduled courses & book a space online now.

Group bookings

If you have a team/group of people that require training, feel free to book online on any upcoming public course. However, we can also provide dedicated courses just for you - at our premises or yours - from our catalogue or bespoke. Please contact us so that we can discuss your exact needs.

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