Positive Psychology for Coaching

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Course Description

Hello and a warm welcome to my Positive Psychology for Coaches programme!

I'm taking Udemy to the next level and am offering an accompanying Facebook group with the course as well as optional monthly live Q&A sessions with the opportunity to discuss and practice what you're learning with your fellow coaches.

After a decade of coaching clients as well as training and supervising countless life and business coaches during my time as Programme Leader of the MSc Coaching Psychology at the University of East London, I've realized that every coaching client (and indeed person as I would argue) ultimately is looking for some way of feeling good or better about themselves. Whether that's a life of meaning and purpose, finding the love of their lives, experiencing more joy, hope, security or belonging, getting a promotion or increasing their income. In the end they're always chasing some form of happiness. I don't think there are many universals in life, but I can genuinely say that all of my coaching clients so far have in some way or another been trying to influence one of the building blocks of their psychological wellbeing.

Positive psychology (PP) goes into the heart of that matter exploring the good life, people at their best and what constitutes happiness beyond positive emotions. What we know has been developed through the scientific method, is based on empirical data and two decades of research. PP's evidence-based concepts, tools and interventions have helped me work with my clients to achieve their ultimate goals and, perhaps more importantly, they've made me a happier person. And it can help you too!

After years of running these weekends successfully at Animas Centre for Coaching, one of Europe's leading coaching schools, I've decided to to follow the call of many coaches outside of the UK and make the course available to an international audience. As not to miss out on the rich discussions that take place in the class room, I've filmed over 10 hours of teaching with a group of hand-picked coaches representing a broad range (from trainee to highly experienced and across different approaches to life and business coaching as well as a coach-curious therapist) and added a private Facebook group as well as (optional) monthly live Q&A seminars via Zoom.

Coaching demos followed by an analysis and group discussion offer you a first-hand insight into how PP can be applied to the work with your clients. However, while other courses often teach you a specific way or system of "doing coaching", many years of training and supervision have taught me that "who you are is how you coach" and that it is hence important to allow you to take in what the science has to offer and help you integrate it into your existing style. The video materials are full of examples from practice, a variety of possible ways in which PP could be integrated into different coaching styles, reflective questions, further reading and (perhaps most importantly) access to your fellow learners through the private group and monthly live sessions with your course facilitator to get a chance to meet & greet and to ask questions and practice what you've learned with each other.

I'm looking forward to meeting you soon! :)
Yannick

Who this course is for:

  • Life or business coaches curious about positive psychology and/or eager to add to their coaching toolbox

Course content

20 sections • 31 lectures • 11h 40m total length

Expected Outcomes

  1. Key concepts from positive psychology science How to use Positive Psychology with coaching clients The building blocks of happiness Working with strengths Optimism, explanatory style and positive thinking Mindsets Resilience and post-traumatic growth Flow, engagement and motivation Evidence-based interventions (including meditation & mindfulness, gratitude, random acts of kindness, best possible self and exercise) Positive psychological assessment and psychometric tests Practice models for Positive Psychology Coaching How to integrate positive psychology into your existing practice The future of positive psychology Coaching demonstrations, practice instructions, monthly live Q&A sessions and access to a vibrant community of positive psychology coaches Show more Show less Requirements Be a coach, coach-in-training or have an interest in coaching (life coaching, business coaching, all approaches welcome and relevant) Description Hello and a warm welcome to my Positive Psychology for Coaches programme! I'm taking Udemy to the next level and am offering an accompanying Facebook group with the course as well as optional monthly live Q&A sessions with the opportunity to discuss and practice what you're learning with your fellow coaches. After a decade of coaching clients as well as training and supervising countless life and business coaches during my time as Programme Leader of the MSc Coaching Psychology at the University of East London, I've realized that every coaching client (and indeed person as I would argue) ultimately is looking for some way of feeling good or better about themselves. Whether that's a life of meaning and purpose, finding the love of their lives, experiencing more joy, hope, security or belonging, getting a promotion or increasing their income. In the end they're always chasing some form of happiness . I don't think there are many universals in life, but I can genuinely say that all of my coaching clients so far have in some way or another been trying to influence one of the building blocks of their psychological wellbeing. Positive psychology (PP) goes into the heart of that matter exploring the good life, people at their best and what constitutes happiness beyond positive emotions. What we know has been developed through the scientific method, is based on empirical data and two decades of research. PP's evidence-based concepts, tools and interventions have helped me work with my clients to achieve their ultimate goals and, perhaps more importantly, they've made me a happier person . And it can help you too! After years of running these weekends successfully at Animas Centre for Coaching, one of Europe's leading coaching schools, I've decided to to follow the call of many coaches outside of the UK and make the course available to an international audience. As not to miss out on the rich discussions that take place in the class room, I've filmed over 10 hours of teaching with a group of hand-picked coaches representing a broad range (from trainee to highly experienced and across different approaches to life and business coaching as well as a coach-curious therapist) and added a private Facebook group as well as (optional) monthly live Q&A seminars via Zoom. Coaching demos followed by an analysis and group discussion offer you a first-hand insight into how PP can be applied to the work with your clients. However, while other courses often teach you a specific way or system of "doing coaching", many years of training and supervision have taught me that " who you are is how you coach " and that it is hence important to allow you to take in what the science has to offer and help you integrate it into your existing style. The video materials are full of examples from practice , a variety of possible ways in which PP could be integrated into different coaching styles, reflective questions, further reading and (perhaps most importantly) access to your fellow learners through the private group and monthly live sessions with your course facilitator to get a chance to meet & greet and to ask questions and practice what you've learned with each other . I'm looking forward to meeting you soon! :) Yannick Who this course is for: Life or business coaches curious about positive psychology and/or eager to add to their coaching toolbox Show more Show less Featured review Samar Siala 6 courses 1 review Rating: 5.0 out of 5 a year ago I enjoyed this training, Yannick Jacob made the training easy to understand and digest. the team discussions also added value to the training. I look for more training materials from Yannick Jacob, he is experienced and his academic background riches the training content. I like how he makes methods and theories open for discussion and development, giving us space to think and chose what to follow. I highly recommend Yannick Jacob training Show more Show less Course content 20 sections • 31 lectures • 11h 40m total length Expand all sections Introduction 1 lecture • 7min Introduction to the course Preview 06:53 Block 1 - Welcome, introductions and overview 4 lectures • 37min Welcome to Day1 03:00 My Journey into Positive Psychology 11:02 Who’s in the room (+Positive Intervention 1) 20:13 Overview of topics covered and contracting 02:33 Block 2 - Foundations 2 lectures • 1hr 19min Making sense of happiness and positive psychology in the context of coaching 38:04 The building blocks of happiness 40:39 Demonstrations & Practice 3 lectures • 1hr 13min Practice instructions, Demonstration 1, debrief & group discussion 34:41 Demonstration 2, debrief, practice instructions and Positive Intervention 2 19:11 Positive intervention debrief, reflections from the group and recap of materials 18:42 Block 3 - Character strengths 1 lecture • 35min Working with strengths in coaching 34:37 Demonstrations & Practice 1 lecture • 27min Practice instructions, Demonstration 3, debrief and group discussion 27:20 Block 4 - Optimism, explanatory style and positive thinking 2 lectures • 1hr 6min Foundations: Optimism, explanatory style and positive thinking 31:02 Working with optimism and constructive thinking 35:07 End of Day 1 1 lecture • 14min Recap of learning, practice instructions and Positive Intervention 3 13:36 Welcome to Day 2 1 lecture • 35min Positive Intervention 4 (mindfulness) and group discussion 35:03 Block 5 - Mindsets 1 lecture • 44min Mindsets 43:56 10 more sections Instructor Yannick Jacob Fmr. Programme Leader MSc Coaching Psychology 4.2 Instructor Rating 19 Reviews 66 Students 1 Course Yannick Jacob is an Existential Coach (MA), Positive Psychologist (MA), Coach Trainer & Supervisor, Mediator (conflict resolution) and the FMR Programme Leader of the MSc Coaching Psychology at the University of East London. He works with coaches, leaders and anybody who considers themselves to be in a "position of great responsibility" to gain clarity, make choices, build resilience and navigate their life and/or business. Yannick believes in balance, awareness, helping people think and developing the courage to live across the full spectrum of human experience as the pathway to happiness. For over a decade Yannick has studied happiness, optimal human functioning and all things wellbeing (MSc Applied Positive Psychology) as well as the depths and complexities of the human condition and how they show up for people, particularly in the coaching room (MA Existential Coaching). He presents at conferences internationally and his book, An Introduction to Existential Coaching, will be published by Routledge in April 2019. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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  2. How to use Positive Psychology with coaching clients The building blocks of happiness Working with strengths Optimism, explanatory style and positive thinking Mindsets Resilience and post-traumatic growth Flow, engagement and motivation Evidence-based interventions (including meditation & mindfulness, gratitude, random acts of kindness, best possible self and exercise) Positive psychological assessment and psychometric tests Practice models for Positive Psychology Coaching How to integrate positive psychology into your existing practice The future of positive psychology Coaching demonstrations, practice instructions, monthly live Q&A sessions and access to a vibrant community of positive psychology coaches Show more Show less Requirements Be a coach, coach-in-training or have an interest in coaching (life coaching, business coaching, all approaches welcome and relevant) Description Hello and a warm welcome to my Positive Psychology for Coaches programme! I'm taking Udemy to the next level and am offering an accompanying Facebook group with the course as well as optional monthly live Q&A sessions with the opportunity to discuss and practice what you're learning with your fellow coaches. After a decade of coaching clients as well as training and supervising countless life and business coaches during my time as Programme Leader of the MSc Coaching Psychology at the University of East London, I've realized that every coaching client (and indeed person as I would argue) ultimately is looking for some way of feeling good or better about themselves. Whether that's a life of meaning and purpose, finding the love of their lives, experiencing more joy, hope, security or belonging, getting a promotion or increasing their income. In the end they're always chasing some form of happiness . I don't think there are many universals in life, but I can genuinely say that all of my coaching clients so far have in some way or another been trying to influence one of the building blocks of their psychological wellbeing. Positive psychology (PP) goes into the heart of that matter exploring the good life, people at their best and what constitutes happiness beyond positive emotions. What we know has been developed through the scientific method, is based on empirical data and two decades of research. PP's evidence-based concepts, tools and interventions have helped me work with my clients to achieve their ultimate goals and, perhaps more importantly, they've made me a happier person . And it can help you too! After years of running these weekends successfully at Animas Centre for Coaching, one of Europe's leading coaching schools, I've decided to to follow the call of many coaches outside of the UK and make the course available to an international audience. As not to miss out on the rich discussions that take place in the class room, I've filmed over 10 hours of teaching with a group of hand-picked coaches representing a broad range (from trainee to highly experienced and across different approaches to life and business coaching as well as a coach-curious therapist) and added a private Facebook group as well as (optional) monthly live Q&A seminars via Zoom. Coaching demos followed by an analysis and group discussion offer you a first-hand insight into how PP can be applied to the work with your clients. However, while other courses often teach you a specific way or system of "doing coaching", many years of training and supervision have taught me that " who you are is how you coach " and that it is hence important to allow you to take in what the science has to offer and help you integrate it into your existing style. The video materials are full of examples from practice , a variety of possible ways in which PP could be integrated into different coaching styles, reflective questions, further reading and (perhaps most importantly) access to your fellow learners through the private group and monthly live sessions with your course facilitator to get a chance to meet & greet and to ask questions and practice what you've learned with each other . I'm looking forward to meeting you soon! :) Yannick Who this course is for: Life or business coaches curious about positive psychology and/or eager to add to their coaching toolbox Show more Show less Featured review Samar Siala 6 courses 1 review Rating: 5.0 out of 5 a year ago I enjoyed this training, Yannick Jacob made the training easy to understand and digest. the team discussions also added value to the training. I look for more training materials from Yannick Jacob, he is experienced and his academic background riches the training content. I like how he makes methods and theories open for discussion and development, giving us space to think and chose what to follow. I highly recommend Yannick Jacob training Show more Show less Course content 20 sections • 31 lectures • 11h 40m total length Expand all sections Introduction 1 lecture • 7min Introduction to the course Preview 06:53 Block 1 - Welcome, introductions and overview 4 lectures • 37min Welcome to Day1 03:00 My Journey into Positive Psychology 11:02 Who’s in the room (+Positive Intervention 1) 20:13 Overview of topics covered and contracting 02:33 Block 2 - Foundations 2 lectures • 1hr 19min Making sense of happiness and positive psychology in the context of coaching 38:04 The building blocks of happiness 40:39 Demonstrations & Practice 3 lectures • 1hr 13min Practice instructions, Demonstration 1, debrief & group discussion 34:41 Demonstration 2, debrief, practice instructions and Positive Intervention 2 19:11 Positive intervention debrief, reflections from the group and recap of materials 18:42 Block 3 - Character strengths 1 lecture • 35min Working with strengths in coaching 34:37 Demonstrations & Practice 1 lecture • 27min Practice instructions, Demonstration 3, debrief and group discussion 27:20 Block 4 - Optimism, explanatory style and positive thinking 2 lectures • 1hr 6min Foundations: Optimism, explanatory style and positive thinking 31:02 Working with optimism and constructive thinking 35:07 End of Day 1 1 lecture • 14min Recap of learning, practice instructions and Positive Intervention 3 13:36 Welcome to Day 2 1 lecture • 35min Positive Intervention 4 (mindfulness) and group discussion 35:03 Block 5 - Mindsets 1 lecture • 44min Mindsets 43:56 10 more sections Instructor Yannick Jacob Fmr. Programme Leader MSc Coaching Psychology 4.2 Instructor Rating 19 Reviews 66 Students 1 Course Yannick Jacob is an Existential Coach (MA), Positive Psychologist (MA), Coach Trainer & Supervisor, Mediator (conflict resolution) and the FMR Programme Leader of the MSc Coaching Psychology at the University of East London. He works with coaches, leaders and anybody who considers themselves to be in a "position of great responsibility" to gain clarity, make choices, build resilience and navigate their life and/or business. Yannick believes in balance, awareness, helping people think and developing the courage to live across the full spectrum of human experience as the pathway to happiness. For over a decade Yannick has studied happiness, optimal human functioning and all things wellbeing (MSc Applied Positive Psychology) as well as the depths and complexities of the human condition and how they show up for people, particularly in the coaching room (MA Existential Coaching). He presents at conferences internationally and his book, An Introduction to Existential Coaching, will be published by Routledge in April 2019. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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  3. The building blocks of happiness Working with strengths Optimism, explanatory style and positive thinking Mindsets Resilience and post-traumatic growth Flow, engagement and motivation Evidence-based interventions (including meditation & mindfulness, gratitude, random acts of kindness, best possible self and exercise) Positive psychological assessment and psychometric tests Practice models for Positive Psychology Coaching How to integrate positive psychology into your existing practice The future of positive psychology Coaching demonstrations, practice instructions, monthly live Q&A sessions and access to a vibrant community of positive psychology coaches Show more Show less Requirements Be a coach, coach-in-training or have an interest in coaching (life coaching, business coaching, all approaches welcome and relevant) Description Hello and a warm welcome to my Positive Psychology for Coaches programme! I'm taking Udemy to the next level and am offering an accompanying Facebook group with the course as well as optional monthly live Q&A sessions with the opportunity to discuss and practice what you're learning with your fellow coaches. After a decade of coaching clients as well as training and supervising countless life and business coaches during my time as Programme Leader of the MSc Coaching Psychology at the University of East London, I've realized that every coaching client (and indeed person as I would argue) ultimately is looking for some way of feeling good or better about themselves. Whether that's a life of meaning and purpose, finding the love of their lives, experiencing more joy, hope, security or belonging, getting a promotion or increasing their income. In the end they're always chasing some form of happiness . I don't think there are many universals in life, but I can genuinely say that all of my coaching clients so far have in some way or another been trying to influence one of the building blocks of their psychological wellbeing. Positive psychology (PP) goes into the heart of that matter exploring the good life, people at their best and what constitutes happiness beyond positive emotions. What we know has been developed through the scientific method, is based on empirical data and two decades of research. PP's evidence-based concepts, tools and interventions have helped me work with my clients to achieve their ultimate goals and, perhaps more importantly, they've made me a happier person . And it can help you too! After years of running these weekends successfully at Animas Centre for Coaching, one of Europe's leading coaching schools, I've decided to to follow the call of many coaches outside of the UK and make the course available to an international audience. As not to miss out on the rich discussions that take place in the class room, I've filmed over 10 hours of teaching with a group of hand-picked coaches representing a broad range (from trainee to highly experienced and across different approaches to life and business coaching as well as a coach-curious therapist) and added a private Facebook group as well as (optional) monthly live Q&A seminars via Zoom. Coaching demos followed by an analysis and group discussion offer you a first-hand insight into how PP can be applied to the work with your clients. However, while other courses often teach you a specific way or system of "doing coaching", many years of training and supervision have taught me that " who you are is how you coach " and that it is hence important to allow you to take in what the science has to offer and help you integrate it into your existing style. The video materials are full of examples from practice , a variety of possible ways in which PP could be integrated into different coaching styles, reflective questions, further reading and (perhaps most importantly) access to your fellow learners through the private group and monthly live sessions with your course facilitator to get a chance to meet & greet and to ask questions and practice what you've learned with each other . I'm looking forward to meeting you soon! :) Yannick Who this course is for: Life or business coaches curious about positive psychology and/or eager to add to their coaching toolbox Show more Show less Featured review Samar Siala 6 courses 1 review Rating: 5.0 out of 5 a year ago I enjoyed this training, Yannick Jacob made the training easy to understand and digest. the team discussions also added value to the training. I look for more training materials from Yannick Jacob, he is experienced and his academic background riches the training content. I like how he makes methods and theories open for discussion and development, giving us space to think and chose what to follow. I highly recommend Yannick Jacob training Show more Show less Course content 20 sections • 31 lectures • 11h 40m total length Expand all sections Introduction 1 lecture • 7min Introduction to the course Preview 06:53 Block 1 - Welcome, introductions and overview 4 lectures • 37min Welcome to Day1 03:00 My Journey into Positive Psychology 11:02 Who’s in the room (+Positive Intervention 1) 20:13 Overview of topics covered and contracting 02:33 Block 2 - Foundations 2 lectures • 1hr 19min Making sense of happiness and positive psychology in the context of coaching 38:04 The building blocks of happiness 40:39 Demonstrations & Practice 3 lectures • 1hr 13min Practice instructions, Demonstration 1, debrief & group discussion 34:41 Demonstration 2, debrief, practice instructions and Positive Intervention 2 19:11 Positive intervention debrief, reflections from the group and recap of materials 18:42 Block 3 - Character strengths 1 lecture • 35min Working with strengths in coaching 34:37 Demonstrations & Practice 1 lecture • 27min Practice instructions, Demonstration 3, debrief and group discussion 27:20 Block 4 - Optimism, explanatory style and positive thinking 2 lectures • 1hr 6min Foundations: Optimism, explanatory style and positive thinking 31:02 Working with optimism and constructive thinking 35:07 End of Day 1 1 lecture • 14min Recap of learning, practice instructions and Positive Intervention 3 13:36 Welcome to Day 2 1 lecture • 35min Positive Intervention 4 (mindfulness) and group discussion 35:03 Block 5 - Mindsets 1 lecture • 44min Mindsets 43:56 10 more sections Instructor Yannick Jacob Fmr. Programme Leader MSc Coaching Psychology 4.2 Instructor Rating 19 Reviews 66 Students 1 Course Yannick Jacob is an Existential Coach (MA), Positive Psychologist (MA), Coach Trainer & Supervisor, Mediator (conflict resolution) and the FMR Programme Leader of the MSc Coaching Psychology at the University of East London. He works with coaches, leaders and anybody who considers themselves to be in a "position of great responsibility" to gain clarity, make choices, build resilience and navigate their life and/or business. Yannick believes in balance, awareness, helping people think and developing the courage to live across the full spectrum of human experience as the pathway to happiness. For over a decade Yannick has studied happiness, optimal human functioning and all things wellbeing (MSc Applied Positive Psychology) as well as the depths and complexities of the human condition and how they show up for people, particularly in the coaching room (MA Existential Coaching). He presents at conferences internationally and his book, An Introduction to Existential Coaching, will be published by Routledge in April 2019. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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  4. Working with strengths Optimism, explanatory style and positive thinking Mindsets Resilience and post-traumatic growth Flow, engagement and motivation Evidence-based interventions (including meditation & mindfulness, gratitude, random acts of kindness, best possible self and exercise) Positive psychological assessment and psychometric tests Practice models for Positive Psychology Coaching How to integrate positive psychology into your existing practice The future of positive psychology Coaching demonstrations, practice instructions, monthly live Q&A sessions and access to a vibrant community of positive psychology coaches Show more Show less Requirements Be a coach, coach-in-training or have an interest in coaching (life coaching, business coaching, all approaches welcome and relevant) Description Hello and a warm welcome to my Positive Psychology for Coaches programme! I'm taking Udemy to the next level and am offering an accompanying Facebook group with the course as well as optional monthly live Q&A sessions with the opportunity to discuss and practice what you're learning with your fellow coaches. After a decade of coaching clients as well as training and supervising countless life and business coaches during my time as Programme Leader of the MSc Coaching Psychology at the University of East London, I've realized that every coaching client (and indeed person as I would argue) ultimately is looking for some way of feeling good or better about themselves. Whether that's a life of meaning and purpose, finding the love of their lives, experiencing more joy, hope, security or belonging, getting a promotion or increasing their income. In the end they're always chasing some form of happiness . I don't think there are many universals in life, but I can genuinely say that all of my coaching clients so far have in some way or another been trying to influence one of the building blocks of their psychological wellbeing. Positive psychology (PP) goes into the heart of that matter exploring the good life, people at their best and what constitutes happiness beyond positive emotions. What we know has been developed through the scientific method, is based on empirical data and two decades of research. PP's evidence-based concepts, tools and interventions have helped me work with my clients to achieve their ultimate goals and, perhaps more importantly, they've made me a happier person . And it can help you too! After years of running these weekends successfully at Animas Centre for Coaching, one of Europe's leading coaching schools, I've decided to to follow the call of many coaches outside of the UK and make the course available to an international audience. As not to miss out on the rich discussions that take place in the class room, I've filmed over 10 hours of teaching with a group of hand-picked coaches representing a broad range (from trainee to highly experienced and across different approaches to life and business coaching as well as a coach-curious therapist) and added a private Facebook group as well as (optional) monthly live Q&A seminars via Zoom. Coaching demos followed by an analysis and group discussion offer you a first-hand insight into how PP can be applied to the work with your clients. However, while other courses often teach you a specific way or system of "doing coaching", many years of training and supervision have taught me that " who you are is how you coach " and that it is hence important to allow you to take in what the science has to offer and help you integrate it into your existing style. The video materials are full of examples from practice , a variety of possible ways in which PP could be integrated into different coaching styles, reflective questions, further reading and (perhaps most importantly) access to your fellow learners through the private group and monthly live sessions with your course facilitator to get a chance to meet & greet and to ask questions and practice what you've learned with each other . I'm looking forward to meeting you soon! :) Yannick Who this course is for: Life or business coaches curious about positive psychology and/or eager to add to their coaching toolbox Show more Show less Featured review Samar Siala 6 courses 1 review Rating: 5.0 out of 5 a year ago I enjoyed this training, Yannick Jacob made the training easy to understand and digest. the team discussions also added value to the training. I look for more training materials from Yannick Jacob, he is experienced and his academic background riches the training content. I like how he makes methods and theories open for discussion and development, giving us space to think and chose what to follow. I highly recommend Yannick Jacob training Show more Show less Course content 20 sections • 31 lectures • 11h 40m total length Expand all sections Introduction 1 lecture • 7min Introduction to the course Preview 06:53 Block 1 - Welcome, introductions and overview 4 lectures • 37min Welcome to Day1 03:00 My Journey into Positive Psychology 11:02 Who’s in the room (+Positive Intervention 1) 20:13 Overview of topics covered and contracting 02:33 Block 2 - Foundations 2 lectures • 1hr 19min Making sense of happiness and positive psychology in the context of coaching 38:04 The building blocks of happiness 40:39 Demonstrations & Practice 3 lectures • 1hr 13min Practice instructions, Demonstration 1, debrief & group discussion 34:41 Demonstration 2, debrief, practice instructions and Positive Intervention 2 19:11 Positive intervention debrief, reflections from the group and recap of materials 18:42 Block 3 - Character strengths 1 lecture • 35min Working with strengths in coaching 34:37 Demonstrations & Practice 1 lecture • 27min Practice instructions, Demonstration 3, debrief and group discussion 27:20 Block 4 - Optimism, explanatory style and positive thinking 2 lectures • 1hr 6min Foundations: Optimism, explanatory style and positive thinking 31:02 Working with optimism and constructive thinking 35:07 End of Day 1 1 lecture • 14min Recap of learning, practice instructions and Positive Intervention 3 13:36 Welcome to Day 2 1 lecture • 35min Positive Intervention 4 (mindfulness) and group discussion 35:03 Block 5 - Mindsets 1 lecture • 44min Mindsets 43:56 10 more sections Instructor Yannick Jacob Fmr. Programme Leader MSc Coaching Psychology 4.2 Instructor Rating 19 Reviews 66 Students 1 Course Yannick Jacob is an Existential Coach (MA), Positive Psychologist (MA), Coach Trainer & Supervisor, Mediator (conflict resolution) and the FMR Programme Leader of the MSc Coaching Psychology at the University of East London. He works with coaches, leaders and anybody who considers themselves to be in a "position of great responsibility" to gain clarity, make choices, build resilience and navigate their life and/or business. Yannick believes in balance, awareness, helping people think and developing the courage to live across the full spectrum of human experience as the pathway to happiness. For over a decade Yannick has studied happiness, optimal human functioning and all things wellbeing (MSc Applied Positive Psychology) as well as the depths and complexities of the human condition and how they show up for people, particularly in the coaching room (MA Existential Coaching). He presents at conferences internationally and his book, An Introduction to Existential Coaching, will be published by Routledge in April 2019. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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  5. Optimism, explanatory style and positive thinking Mindsets Resilience and post-traumatic growth Flow, engagement and motivation Evidence-based interventions (including meditation & mindfulness, gratitude, random acts of kindness, best possible self and exercise) Positive psychological assessment and psychometric tests Practice models for Positive Psychology Coaching How to integrate positive psychology into your existing practice The future of positive psychology Coaching demonstrations, practice instructions, monthly live Q&A sessions and access to a vibrant community of positive psychology coaches Show more Show less Requirements Be a coach, coach-in-training or have an interest in coaching (life coaching, business coaching, all approaches welcome and relevant) Description Hello and a warm welcome to my Positive Psychology for Coaches programme! I'm taking Udemy to the next level and am offering an accompanying Facebook group with the course as well as optional monthly live Q&A sessions with the opportunity to discuss and practice what you're learning with your fellow coaches. After a decade of coaching clients as well as training and supervising countless life and business coaches during my time as Programme Leader of the MSc Coaching Psychology at the University of East London, I've realized that every coaching client (and indeed person as I would argue) ultimately is looking for some way of feeling good or better about themselves. Whether that's a life of meaning and purpose, finding the love of their lives, experiencing more joy, hope, security or belonging, getting a promotion or increasing their income. In the end they're always chasing some form of happiness . I don't think there are many universals in life, but I can genuinely say that all of my coaching clients so far have in some way or another been trying to influence one of the building blocks of their psychological wellbeing. Positive psychology (PP) goes into the heart of that matter exploring the good life, people at their best and what constitutes happiness beyond positive emotions. What we know has been developed through the scientific method, is based on empirical data and two decades of research. PP's evidence-based concepts, tools and interventions have helped me work with my clients to achieve their ultimate goals and, perhaps more importantly, they've made me a happier person . And it can help you too! After years of running these weekends successfully at Animas Centre for Coaching, one of Europe's leading coaching schools, I've decided to to follow the call of many coaches outside of the UK and make the course available to an international audience. As not to miss out on the rich discussions that take place in the class room, I've filmed over 10 hours of teaching with a group of hand-picked coaches representing a broad range (from trainee to highly experienced and across different approaches to life and business coaching as well as a coach-curious therapist) and added a private Facebook group as well as (optional) monthly live Q&A seminars via Zoom. Coaching demos followed by an analysis and group discussion offer you a first-hand insight into how PP can be applied to the work with your clients. However, while other courses often teach you a specific way or system of "doing coaching", many years of training and supervision have taught me that " who you are is how you coach " and that it is hence important to allow you to take in what the science has to offer and help you integrate it into your existing style. The video materials are full of examples from practice , a variety of possible ways in which PP could be integrated into different coaching styles, reflective questions, further reading and (perhaps most importantly) access to your fellow learners through the private group and monthly live sessions with your course facilitator to get a chance to meet & greet and to ask questions and practice what you've learned with each other . I'm looking forward to meeting you soon! :) Yannick Who this course is for: Life or business coaches curious about positive psychology and/or eager to add to their coaching toolbox Show more Show less Featured review Samar Siala 6 courses 1 review Rating: 5.0 out of 5 a year ago I enjoyed this training, Yannick Jacob made the training easy to understand and digest. the team discussions also added value to the training. I look for more training materials from Yannick Jacob, he is experienced and his academic background riches the training content. I like how he makes methods and theories open for discussion and development, giving us space to think and chose what to follow. I highly recommend Yannick Jacob training Show more Show less Course content 20 sections • 31 lectures • 11h 40m total length Expand all sections Introduction 1 lecture • 7min Introduction to the course Preview 06:53 Block 1 - Welcome, introductions and overview 4 lectures • 37min Welcome to Day1 03:00 My Journey into Positive Psychology 11:02 Who’s in the room (+Positive Intervention 1) 20:13 Overview of topics covered and contracting 02:33 Block 2 - Foundations 2 lectures • 1hr 19min Making sense of happiness and positive psychology in the context of coaching 38:04 The building blocks of happiness 40:39 Demonstrations & Practice 3 lectures • 1hr 13min Practice instructions, Demonstration 1, debrief & group discussion 34:41 Demonstration 2, debrief, practice instructions and Positive Intervention 2 19:11 Positive intervention debrief, reflections from the group and recap of materials 18:42 Block 3 - Character strengths 1 lecture • 35min Working with strengths in coaching 34:37 Demonstrations & Practice 1 lecture • 27min Practice instructions, Demonstration 3, debrief and group discussion 27:20 Block 4 - Optimism, explanatory style and positive thinking 2 lectures • 1hr 6min Foundations: Optimism, explanatory style and positive thinking 31:02 Working with optimism and constructive thinking 35:07 End of Day 1 1 lecture • 14min Recap of learning, practice instructions and Positive Intervention 3 13:36 Welcome to Day 2 1 lecture • 35min Positive Intervention 4 (mindfulness) and group discussion 35:03 Block 5 - Mindsets 1 lecture • 44min Mindsets 43:56 10 more sections Instructor Yannick Jacob Fmr. Programme Leader MSc Coaching Psychology 4.2 Instructor Rating 19 Reviews 66 Students 1 Course Yannick Jacob is an Existential Coach (MA), Positive Psychologist (MA), Coach Trainer & Supervisor, Mediator (conflict resolution) and the FMR Programme Leader of the MSc Coaching Psychology at the University of East London. He works with coaches, leaders and anybody who considers themselves to be in a "position of great responsibility" to gain clarity, make choices, build resilience and navigate their life and/or business. Yannick believes in balance, awareness, helping people think and developing the courage to live across the full spectrum of human experience as the pathway to happiness. For over a decade Yannick has studied happiness, optimal human functioning and all things wellbeing (MSc Applied Positive Psychology) as well as the depths and complexities of the human condition and how they show up for people, particularly in the coaching room (MA Existential Coaching). He presents at conferences internationally and his book, An Introduction to Existential Coaching, will be published by Routledge in April 2019. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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  6. Mindsets Resilience and post-traumatic growth Flow, engagement and motivation Evidence-based interventions (including meditation & mindfulness, gratitude, random acts of kindness, best possible self and exercise) Positive psychological assessment and psychometric tests Practice models for Positive Psychology Coaching How to integrate positive psychology into your existing practice The future of positive psychology Coaching demonstrations, practice instructions, monthly live Q&A sessions and access to a vibrant community of positive psychology coaches Show more Show less Requirements Be a coach, coach-in-training or have an interest in coaching (life coaching, business coaching, all approaches welcome and relevant) Description Hello and a warm welcome to my Positive Psychology for Coaches programme! I'm taking Udemy to the next level and am offering an accompanying Facebook group with the course as well as optional monthly live Q&A sessions with the opportunity to discuss and practice what you're learning with your fellow coaches. After a decade of coaching clients as well as training and supervising countless life and business coaches during my time as Programme Leader of the MSc Coaching Psychology at the University of East London, I've realized that every coaching client (and indeed person as I would argue) ultimately is looking for some way of feeling good or better about themselves. Whether that's a life of meaning and purpose, finding the love of their lives, experiencing more joy, hope, security or belonging, getting a promotion or increasing their income. In the end they're always chasing some form of happiness . I don't think there are many universals in life, but I can genuinely say that all of my coaching clients so far have in some way or another been trying to influence one of the building blocks of their psychological wellbeing. Positive psychology (PP) goes into the heart of that matter exploring the good life, people at their best and what constitutes happiness beyond positive emotions. What we know has been developed through the scientific method, is based on empirical data and two decades of research. PP's evidence-based concepts, tools and interventions have helped me work with my clients to achieve their ultimate goals and, perhaps more importantly, they've made me a happier person . And it can help you too! After years of running these weekends successfully at Animas Centre for Coaching, one of Europe's leading coaching schools, I've decided to to follow the call of many coaches outside of the UK and make the course available to an international audience. As not to miss out on the rich discussions that take place in the class room, I've filmed over 10 hours of teaching with a group of hand-picked coaches representing a broad range (from trainee to highly experienced and across different approaches to life and business coaching as well as a coach-curious therapist) and added a private Facebook group as well as (optional) monthly live Q&A seminars via Zoom. Coaching demos followed by an analysis and group discussion offer you a first-hand insight into how PP can be applied to the work with your clients. However, while other courses often teach you a specific way or system of "doing coaching", many years of training and supervision have taught me that " who you are is how you coach " and that it is hence important to allow you to take in what the science has to offer and help you integrate it into your existing style. The video materials are full of examples from practice , a variety of possible ways in which PP could be integrated into different coaching styles, reflective questions, further reading and (perhaps most importantly) access to your fellow learners through the private group and monthly live sessions with your course facilitator to get a chance to meet & greet and to ask questions and practice what you've learned with each other . I'm looking forward to meeting you soon! :) Yannick Who this course is for: Life or business coaches curious about positive psychology and/or eager to add to their coaching toolbox Show more Show less Featured review Samar Siala 6 courses 1 review Rating: 5.0 out of 5 a year ago I enjoyed this training, Yannick Jacob made the training easy to understand and digest. the team discussions also added value to the training. I look for more training materials from Yannick Jacob, he is experienced and his academic background riches the training content. I like how he makes methods and theories open for discussion and development, giving us space to think and chose what to follow. I highly recommend Yannick Jacob training Show more Show less Course content 20 sections • 31 lectures • 11h 40m total length Expand all sections Introduction 1 lecture • 7min Introduction to the course Preview 06:53 Block 1 - Welcome, introductions and overview 4 lectures • 37min Welcome to Day1 03:00 My Journey into Positive Psychology 11:02 Who’s in the room (+Positive Intervention 1) 20:13 Overview of topics covered and contracting 02:33 Block 2 - Foundations 2 lectures • 1hr 19min Making sense of happiness and positive psychology in the context of coaching 38:04 The building blocks of happiness 40:39 Demonstrations & Practice 3 lectures • 1hr 13min Practice instructions, Demonstration 1, debrief & group discussion 34:41 Demonstration 2, debrief, practice instructions and Positive Intervention 2 19:11 Positive intervention debrief, reflections from the group and recap of materials 18:42 Block 3 - Character strengths 1 lecture • 35min Working with strengths in coaching 34:37 Demonstrations & Practice 1 lecture • 27min Practice instructions, Demonstration 3, debrief and group discussion 27:20 Block 4 - Optimism, explanatory style and positive thinking 2 lectures • 1hr 6min Foundations: Optimism, explanatory style and positive thinking 31:02 Working with optimism and constructive thinking 35:07 End of Day 1 1 lecture • 14min Recap of learning, practice instructions and Positive Intervention 3 13:36 Welcome to Day 2 1 lecture • 35min Positive Intervention 4 (mindfulness) and group discussion 35:03 Block 5 - Mindsets 1 lecture • 44min Mindsets 43:56 10 more sections Instructor Yannick Jacob Fmr. Programme Leader MSc Coaching Psychology 4.2 Instructor Rating 19 Reviews 66 Students 1 Course Yannick Jacob is an Existential Coach (MA), Positive Psychologist (MA), Coach Trainer & Supervisor, Mediator (conflict resolution) and the FMR Programme Leader of the MSc Coaching Psychology at the University of East London. He works with coaches, leaders and anybody who considers themselves to be in a "position of great responsibility" to gain clarity, make choices, build resilience and navigate their life and/or business. Yannick believes in balance, awareness, helping people think and developing the courage to live across the full spectrum of human experience as the pathway to happiness. For over a decade Yannick has studied happiness, optimal human functioning and all things wellbeing (MSc Applied Positive Psychology) as well as the depths and complexities of the human condition and how they show up for people, particularly in the coaching room (MA Existential Coaching). He presents at conferences internationally and his book, An Introduction to Existential Coaching, will be published by Routledge in April 2019. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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  7. Resilience and post-traumatic growth Flow, engagement and motivation Evidence-based interventions (including meditation & mindfulness, gratitude, random acts of kindness, best possible self and exercise) Positive psychological assessment and psychometric tests Practice models for Positive Psychology Coaching How to integrate positive psychology into your existing practice The future of positive psychology Coaching demonstrations, practice instructions, monthly live Q&A sessions and access to a vibrant community of positive psychology coaches Show more Show less Requirements Be a coach, coach-in-training or have an interest in coaching (life coaching, business coaching, all approaches welcome and relevant) Description Hello and a warm welcome to my Positive Psychology for Coaches programme! I'm taking Udemy to the next level and am offering an accompanying Facebook group with the course as well as optional monthly live Q&A sessions with the opportunity to discuss and practice what you're learning with your fellow coaches. After a decade of coaching clients as well as training and supervising countless life and business coaches during my time as Programme Leader of the MSc Coaching Psychology at the University of East London, I've realized that every coaching client (and indeed person as I would argue) ultimately is looking for some way of feeling good or better about themselves. Whether that's a life of meaning and purpose, finding the love of their lives, experiencing more joy, hope, security or belonging, getting a promotion or increasing their income. In the end they're always chasing some form of happiness . I don't think there are many universals in life, but I can genuinely say that all of my coaching clients so far have in some way or another been trying to influence one of the building blocks of their psychological wellbeing. Positive psychology (PP) goes into the heart of that matter exploring the good life, people at their best and what constitutes happiness beyond positive emotions. What we know has been developed through the scientific method, is based on empirical data and two decades of research. PP's evidence-based concepts, tools and interventions have helped me work with my clients to achieve their ultimate goals and, perhaps more importantly, they've made me a happier person . And it can help you too! After years of running these weekends successfully at Animas Centre for Coaching, one of Europe's leading coaching schools, I've decided to to follow the call of many coaches outside of the UK and make the course available to an international audience. As not to miss out on the rich discussions that take place in the class room, I've filmed over 10 hours of teaching with a group of hand-picked coaches representing a broad range (from trainee to highly experienced and across different approaches to life and business coaching as well as a coach-curious therapist) and added a private Facebook group as well as (optional) monthly live Q&A seminars via Zoom. Coaching demos followed by an analysis and group discussion offer you a first-hand insight into how PP can be applied to the work with your clients. However, while other courses often teach you a specific way or system of "doing coaching", many years of training and supervision have taught me that " who you are is how you coach " and that it is hence important to allow you to take in what the science has to offer and help you integrate it into your existing style. The video materials are full of examples from practice , a variety of possible ways in which PP could be integrated into different coaching styles, reflective questions, further reading and (perhaps most importantly) access to your fellow learners through the private group and monthly live sessions with your course facilitator to get a chance to meet & greet and to ask questions and practice what you've learned with each other . I'm looking forward to meeting you soon! :) Yannick Who this course is for: Life or business coaches curious about positive psychology and/or eager to add to their coaching toolbox Show more Show less Featured review Samar Siala 6 courses 1 review Rating: 5.0 out of 5 a year ago I enjoyed this training, Yannick Jacob made the training easy to understand and digest. the team discussions also added value to the training. I look for more training materials from Yannick Jacob, he is experienced and his academic background riches the training content. I like how he makes methods and theories open for discussion and development, giving us space to think and chose what to follow. I highly recommend Yannick Jacob training Show more Show less Course content 20 sections • 31 lectures • 11h 40m total length Expand all sections Introduction 1 lecture • 7min Introduction to the course Preview 06:53 Block 1 - Welcome, introductions and overview 4 lectures • 37min Welcome to Day1 03:00 My Journey into Positive Psychology 11:02 Who’s in the room (+Positive Intervention 1) 20:13 Overview of topics covered and contracting 02:33 Block 2 - Foundations 2 lectures • 1hr 19min Making sense of happiness and positive psychology in the context of coaching 38:04 The building blocks of happiness 40:39 Demonstrations & Practice 3 lectures • 1hr 13min Practice instructions, Demonstration 1, debrief & group discussion 34:41 Demonstration 2, debrief, practice instructions and Positive Intervention 2 19:11 Positive intervention debrief, reflections from the group and recap of materials 18:42 Block 3 - Character strengths 1 lecture • 35min Working with strengths in coaching 34:37 Demonstrations & Practice 1 lecture • 27min Practice instructions, Demonstration 3, debrief and group discussion 27:20 Block 4 - Optimism, explanatory style and positive thinking 2 lectures • 1hr 6min Foundations: Optimism, explanatory style and positive thinking 31:02 Working with optimism and constructive thinking 35:07 End of Day 1 1 lecture • 14min Recap of learning, practice instructions and Positive Intervention 3 13:36 Welcome to Day 2 1 lecture • 35min Positive Intervention 4 (mindfulness) and group discussion 35:03 Block 5 - Mindsets 1 lecture • 44min Mindsets 43:56 10 more sections Instructor Yannick Jacob Fmr. Programme Leader MSc Coaching Psychology 4.2 Instructor Rating 19 Reviews 66 Students 1 Course Yannick Jacob is an Existential Coach (MA), Positive Psychologist (MA), Coach Trainer & Supervisor, Mediator (conflict resolution) and the FMR Programme Leader of the MSc Coaching Psychology at the University of East London. He works with coaches, leaders and anybody who considers themselves to be in a "position of great responsibility" to gain clarity, make choices, build resilience and navigate their life and/or business. Yannick believes in balance, awareness, helping people think and developing the courage to live across the full spectrum of human experience as the pathway to happiness. For over a decade Yannick has studied happiness, optimal human functioning and all things wellbeing (MSc Applied Positive Psychology) as well as the depths and complexities of the human condition and how they show up for people, particularly in the coaching room (MA Existential Coaching). He presents at conferences internationally and his book, An Introduction to Existential Coaching, will be published by Routledge in April 2019. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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  8. Flow, engagement and motivation Evidence-based interventions (including meditation & mindfulness, gratitude, random acts of kindness, best possible self and exercise) Positive psychological assessment and psychometric tests Practice models for Positive Psychology Coaching How to integrate positive psychology into your existing practice The future of positive psychology Coaching demonstrations, practice instructions, monthly live Q&A sessions and access to a vibrant community of positive psychology coaches Show more Show less Requirements Be a coach, coach-in-training or have an interest in coaching (life coaching, business coaching, all approaches welcome and relevant) Description Hello and a warm welcome to my Positive Psychology for Coaches programme! I'm taking Udemy to the next level and am offering an accompanying Facebook group with the course as well as optional monthly live Q&A sessions with the opportunity to discuss and practice what you're learning with your fellow coaches. After a decade of coaching clients as well as training and supervising countless life and business coaches during my time as Programme Leader of the MSc Coaching Psychology at the University of East London, I've realized that every coaching client (and indeed person as I would argue) ultimately is looking for some way of feeling good or better about themselves. Whether that's a life of meaning and purpose, finding the love of their lives, experiencing more joy, hope, security or belonging, getting a promotion or increasing their income. In the end they're always chasing some form of happiness . I don't think there are many universals in life, but I can genuinely say that all of my coaching clients so far have in some way or another been trying to influence one of the building blocks of their psychological wellbeing. Positive psychology (PP) goes into the heart of that matter exploring the good life, people at their best and what constitutes happiness beyond positive emotions. What we know has been developed through the scientific method, is based on empirical data and two decades of research. PP's evidence-based concepts, tools and interventions have helped me work with my clients to achieve their ultimate goals and, perhaps more importantly, they've made me a happier person . And it can help you too! After years of running these weekends successfully at Animas Centre for Coaching, one of Europe's leading coaching schools, I've decided to to follow the call of many coaches outside of the UK and make the course available to an international audience. As not to miss out on the rich discussions that take place in the class room, I've filmed over 10 hours of teaching with a group of hand-picked coaches representing a broad range (from trainee to highly experienced and across different approaches to life and business coaching as well as a coach-curious therapist) and added a private Facebook group as well as (optional) monthly live Q&A seminars via Zoom. Coaching demos fol