Certificate in Positive Psychology Coaching

Positive Psychology emerged as a field of scientific study in the 1990s, focusing on human potential and the makeup of happiness and wellbeing, rather than on fixing people’s problems.

The starting point of positive psychology is the belief that people want to lead meaningful and fulfilling lives, to develop themselves, and to enhance their experiences. Sharing assumptions about human nature with coaching, Positive Psychology offers us ways to apply its findings with individuals and groups.

Coaches have benefited from understanding more about the psychology of flourishing and human potential, and many coaches now integrate positive psychology into their practice.

This course will help you understand more about what motivates people, and about the pillars of a good life. You will develop a language to celebrate your clients’ strengths and become more clear about that thing that everybody seems to chase their whole life: Happiness.

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Positive Psychology Coaching

Yannick Jacob

Yannick teaches our Certificate in Existential Coaching and our Certificate in Positive Psychology Coaching. He is a lecturer on UEL’s MSc in Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching, a certified Existential Coach (MA) and Regent’s College-accredited mediator for alternative conflict resolution. He has worked with some of the leading figures in the European Positive Psychology scene and on various personal development programmes, most notably LifeClubs, the German “Schulfach Glück” (School Subject Happiness) and the Haberdasher Askes Wellbeing Curriculum.