- Positive Psychology
Sometimes called "The Science of Happiness", positive psychology is the study of what makes some people happy while others seemed doomed to pessimism.
Started by Martin Seligman, positive psychology is not just positive thinking - "fake it 'til you make it", it is the result of over two decades of research into why people are happy.
Seligman began looking at the people who didn't behave as expected – the ones who overcame problems – the ones who were happy.
Positive psychology is about finding your strengths and using them to make a truly better life.
Our programmes are based on two decades of research by Seligman and others into what makes people happy.
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