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In our Diploma of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing we always talk about the Ripple Effect; starting with self and creating a Ripple out there in the world – whatever that may mean for each person.

Jane Sleeman

Whilst I had some prior knowledge of positive psychology concepts, undertaking the Diploma of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing was so refreshing, and I was captivated by all of it. The core modules were facilitated so well, each component was well-paced and with lots of experiential activities during the week. I also think that a course like this attracts people of a particular generosity and positivity, and whilst our group was made up of people from a range of places, industries and backgrounds, we learned so well due to the synergy in the group.

By |December 15th, 2018|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Jane Sleeman

Stephanie Noon

The Diploma boosted my confidence with helping others. Using the knowledge that I gained from the Diploma helped me develop a new approach to coaching that improved client outcomes. From this I’ve developed a Positive Education program that I run in new school for disengaged young adults. Running this program, coupled with one-on-one coaching has been quite profound for many students.

By |November 9th, 2018|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Stephanie Noon

Jane Wundersitz

The Diploma gave me the confidence and certainty I needed to be bold and courageous in my business and I feel strongly anchored to my own purpose; to ensure that the ‘science of human flourishing’ has a broad reach, is not an elitist field, and that high-quality, research-rich workplace training is accessible to every workplace and team member irrespective of their title, role, industry or location.

By |October 5th, 2018|Tags: |Comments Off on Jane Wundersitz

Rosie Garrisson

I want to share my story and how I got to where I am today using positive psychology tools. I would also like to assist people with anxiety and depression, and help them to enhance their happiness and wellbeing. I now have a formal qualification and can fulfil my passion for teaching others. The world is my oyster!

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Luke George

Personally, I have enacted the key principles of gratitude, random acts of kindness, self care, mindfulness, goal setting, relationship building, and calmness (amongst others) and notice the rewards in my decision making, outlook on life, handling of stress, continual happiness and hunger for more knowledge. I do this because I need to know it works if I am going to teach it. I walk the talk and it works.

By |May 15th, 2018|Tags: |Comments Off on Luke George

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