And why does it matter?

Positive Psychology is the ground-breaking scientific study of what makes us feel good, function well and flourish. 

Applying the research findings from Positive Psychology makes it possible for us to work more effectively and have a higher quality of life, by enabling us to discover and apply our unique strengths, providing the tools to become more resilient in the face of set-backs, and helping us build strong and sustainable relationships with others, whether at work, at home or in the community.

Positive psychology is based on research evidence. It’s usually common sense. ‘Practical, useful and simple’, is how a client summed it up. Positive psychology enables you to (re)discover and focus on the things that are most important in your life.

Bridget Grenville-Cleave MAPP, MBA, FCCA, Assoc. CIPD



How to apply the science of flourishing and optimal functioning in the workplace, community and other settings. This hands-on approach will give you the tools to use positive psychology in coaching, training and learning & development. Co-trained by Miriam Akhtar (UEL MAPP)

  • Foundation and Advanced Masterclasses
  • Suitable for personal and professional development
  • 6 – 60 participants
  • Evidence-based well-being techniques
  • Practical, engaging and fun
  • Takeaway training materials
  • Online and face to face
  • Now in its 12th year

Bespoke training plans individually created to help businesses achieve their key goals through increased employee wellbeing.

  • Bespoke training programmes
  • From 1-2 hours to 1-2 weeks
  • From 6 to 60 participants
  • Evidence-based well-being techniques
  • Practical, engaging and fun
  • Online and face to face

Drawing on Positive Psychology and Cognitive Psychology, the Bounce Back! Resiliance and Well-being Programme has been designed and developed by educational psychologists Dr. Toni Noble and Dr. Helen McGrath. It has over 10 years of practical application. Bounce Back! has been shown to :

  • improve educational attainment
  • improve pupil attendance
  • encourage positive behaviour for learning
  • increase teachers’ well-being and resilience