Positive Psychology Courses, Coaching, Consultancy, Communication
Positive Psychology Training is a well-being & resilience consultancy which specialises in positive psychology in practice. We provide training, coaching, content and resources for workplace well-being and better mental health from some of the UK’s leading practitioners of positive psychology. Our purpose is to help you raise and recover your well-being and flourish in your personal and professional life. Miriam Akhtar is one of the UK’s leading practitioners of positive psychology. She partners with other highly-qualified practitioners, many of whom hold the Masters in Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP), established by Prof Martin Seligman at the University of Pennsylvania. We also work with a growing community who did their positive psychology training with us. Our expertise is applying the science for professional and personal development. We deliver well-being programmes like the Happiness Habits and other bespoke training to serve your needs. Come to an open Positive Psychology Masterclass or book one-to-one coaching. All our services draw on positive psychology knowledge to raise and recover well-being. Resources include the book Positive Psychology for Overcoming Depression: Self-help Strategies for Happiness, Inner Strength & Well-being , a guide to all the evidence-based tools and the Happiness Training Plan CD also available as a download. For the latest follow @pospsychologist on Twitter and ‘like’ the Facebook page. If you have a particular question there’s also an option to pick my brain for a bite-sized consultation.
Providers of Professional Positive Psychology Training & Coaching
We offer short courses in positive psychology for personal and professional development as well as training for coaches, psychologists and other L&D professionals in the knowledge and tools of positive psychology. We deliver well-being programmes eg. well-being at work, happiness habits and ‘taster’ sessions suitable for events, residentials and away-days. The 2-day Positive Psychology Masterclass is an open course with dates throughout the year.
Positive Youth Development is the application of positive psychology to enhance the well-being and support the development of young people. We work with charities, schools and education authorities to develop programmes in well-being and resilience for children and young people. We also train education professionals in using positive psychology in their work.
Experience the benefits of coaching with positive psychology – one-to-one sessions tailored to meet your needs and goals for your personal and professional life. Positive psychology is evidence-based coaching, drawing on the theory, research and tools of the science to help you flourish on every front. Positive psychology, wellness, life and executive coaching face-to-face, by telephone or on Skype.
Positive psychology is evidence-based self-help for depression. It is a drug-free approach which has been scientifically proven to boost your mood, overcome mild-to-moderate depression, build your resilience and protect you from relapsing into depression. You can access the tools to recover your well-being in personal coaching sessions and through the book – Positive Psychology for Overcoming Depression.
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Positive Psychology for Overcoming Depression: Self-help Strategies for Happiness, Inner Strength and Well-being is the first self-help guide to apply practical tools from the science of happiness to overcome persistent low mood.
12 scientifically-proven strategies to build positivity & resilience while alleviating and protecting you from depression. Read more.
The Happiness Training Programme Online is returning for 2015. The course is co-hosted by Miriam Akhtar and Chris Johnstone has been described as ‘transformative’. The course will run from Weds 8th April to 27th May. If you can’t wait then join Miriam for an online course based on her bestselling book Positive Psychology for Overcoming.
Positive Psychology Training is launching a new workshop on Positive Ageing for 2015. Miriam Akhtar is collaborating with Guy Robertson, the author of a new book – How to Age Positively, a handbook for later life. Both the course and book bust the myths about later life and show you how to live well, making the.
‘Clever, creative and consumed by their work.’ My summary of freelance journalists and why the mental health of media workers may be at risk. A survey by the National Union of Journalists shows that over 50% of freelance journalists have experienced depression and they hold the business of freelancing in a declining industry as largely.
A big date for Positive Psychology Training – the launch of The Happiness Training Programme ONLINE, an 8-week group coaching course, co-facilitated by Miriam Akhtar and Dr Chris Johnstone based on their CD The Happiness Training Plan. You can replay the free webinar which previews the course. The course kicks off on Weds September 24th..
Gareth Malone knows all about it, the Military Wives felt it and the people of Bristol, City of Choirs, are on to it too. Singing makes you feel good. 4 years ago I joined a gospel choir at the same time as starting a PhD. I wanted to put some ‘sunshine into the soul’ during.
It may be easier to back positive psychology when life is on the up but for me it has been the tough times that have truly shown me the value of the science of happiness. In July less than 24 hours after facilitating the Penn Resilience Programme I got a phone call which would plunge.
Recently I facilitated the Penn Resilience Programme in Hertfordshire in the very town where I had gone to school as a teenager. The school bus used to drive me straight past the Lister Hospital, which always sent a shiver down my spine, as it was where my father had a heart attack and died. Decades.