Bringing Positive Psychology Into Coaching: A Discussion With Yannick Jacob

3rd June 2020

In this brilliantly engaging conversation, Animas Centre Director Robert Stephenson is joined by Positive Psychologist, Existential Coach, Trainer and Supervisor Yannick Jacob as they dive into the world of positive psychology, and explore its relationship to coaching.

Yannick shares some of the benefits of bringing positive psychology approaches into the coaching space, how he works with positive psychology himself, as well as how you might begin to think about integrating it into your own coaching.

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We hope that you enjoy this conversation! 

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