Positive Psychology Coaching & Enhancing Resilience

Learn how to improve the wellbeing and resilience of yourself and those around you.

Positive Psychology Coaching & Enhancing Resilience

Learn how to improve the wellbeing and resilience of yourself and those around you.

Course overview

Master Resilience

This course introduces students to a range of positive psychology coaching theories, tools and techniques to help themselves and others enhance resilience.

Students will develop and reflect on various skills including client assessment, resilient coaching conversations and interventions.

This course will also provide students with the opportunity to be reflective and reflexive. In-class activities will challenge and inspire students to review their own resilience, so that they can work collaboratively with others.

This course is especially applicable for positive psychology coaches, life coaches, business coaches – as well as coaches and therapists who subscribe to evidence-based coaching approaches.

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Course Learning Objectives

During the Positive Psychology Coaching for Enhancing Resilience course, you will learn how to:

Learning Objective #1

Identify and evaluate different coaching approaches to resilience.

Learning Objective #2

Identify the level of resilience presented by others around you, such as employees or clients.

Learning Objective #3

Use positive psychology interventions to increase a person’s level of resilience.

Learning Objective #4

Practice and reflect on your own skills at coaching resilience.

Course Details

Part One

What Is Resilience?

Part Two

Assessing Resilience

Part Three

Building Resilience

Part Four

Maintaining Resilience

Virtual Graduation & Student Testimonials

Learn how the IPPC has helped and impacted coaches

"The IPPC truly embodies their values – Do Good and Prosper. If you’re looking to equip yourself with a strong foundation and practical practices of Positive Psychology and evidence-based coaching, you have come to the right place."
Sandra Tai
HR Consultant & Adjunct Mentor, Malaysia
"I’ve been coaching for 15 years and recognize the IPPC’s program as cutting edge. They combine empirical research, theories and models with real practical examples, blending fun interactive lectures with real support outside the classroom."
Satya Kartara-Leighton
CEO, BeInclusive, UK
"Every coach and leadership consultant can benefit from the IPPC’s certification program! I’m really impressed with the quality of instruction, resources, and other coaches. This program provides foundational knowledge to empower coaches and consultants."
Jason Roncoroni
Executive & Leadership Coach, US
"As a coach it’s important to stay up-to-date on the latest research and continue on your learning journey. The IPPC really supports this by having instructors who are experts in their field and they condense their learning into consumable material. The program is structured in a way that integrates nicely into your life, especially as a busy mom of four and working as leader in a large corporate global organization, flexibility is important."
Rosemarie Brennan
Vice-President, Global IT, Ireland
"I decided to commit to the IPPC’s Positive Psychology Coaching course because I was keen to understand how I could integrate my interest in and knowledge of positive psychology with my coaching practice. That’s where I found the group coaching practice sessions really valuable – a safe space to try out the theories and models discussed in the classes. I chose the IPPC because of the high calibre of the trainers and coaches plus it’s ICF certified."
Kate Thompson
Career & Leadership Coach, New Zealand
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Meet your instructor

Alison Bishop

Alison is an educator and researcher on resilience and is also a research supervisor in the Master of Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology (MAPPCP) program at the University of East London.

On top of being a certified counsellor, she is also a coach and graduate of the MAPPCP program a PhD candidate in the third year of her study into resilience in enduringly chronically challenging situations.

Alison has presented her research findings on resilience, hope, and optimism at several industry conferences. She is most inspired by the courage that people have to share their challenges and change their lives. Alison truly lives out the philosophies of positive psychology, and both the people around her and those she helps clearly see the impact and difference it has made to her own life.