We Take Happiness And Well-Being Very Seriously

How do we achieve happiness and well-being?  Most people believe there is little we can do about our state of well-being – we are either happy or we are not. Nothing could be further from the truth. Happiness and well-being need to be actively pursued and science tells us how this can be done. Positive psychology is a new branch of psychology that strives to understand how to pursue lasting happiness. It is not positive thinking, it is not self help. It is a science, it is the scientific study of human flourishing. 

Partners In Thriving provides classes and workshops based on positive psychology designed to teach tools and techniques to increase well-being and procure lasting happiness. We offer “Lunch & Learns” and workshops for employees of medium to large size companies. We also work with schools delivering workshops to parents and trainings to teachers.

  • Happier Classrooms

    Parenting doesn’t come with a manual. Parenting classes usually emphasize discipline and communication rarely the importance of identifying and managing emotions. Positive psychology gives us the tools necessary to do this. Learn about the multitude of empirically based theories regarding increasing happiness and well-being. All classes include the latest research on what constitutes lasting happiness and well-being. All classes and workshops are delivered in groups of 10 or more participants. Improved quality of communication and relationships are among just a few of the benefits of participation in these workshops.

  • Happier Employees

    These experiential workshops and classes teach the skills and theory necessary to enhance well-being and foster lasting happiness.  Employee well-being and happiness translate into improved job performance. Participants learn about the multitude of empirically based theories regarding increasing well-being. We also offer employees with children in elementary school the same classes we teach in public schools. All classes and workshops are delivered in groups of 10 or more participants. 

The training on resilience was outstanding.

Teacher

Cherokee Point Elementary