Reframing 'What's Wrong' to 'What's Strong'

Changing the paradigm in response to rising mental health challenges through positive psychology coaching

Coaching for Young People

Our unique coaching approach equips children and adolescents with strategies and tools to feel empowered to deal with life's adversities.

Helping you to help them (and yourself)! Whether struggling with relationships, or feeling disconnected with yourself, we'll give you practical solutions to take action.

Parent Coaching & Mentoring

Through leadership coaching and teacher training, we help you build a shared language across schools so everyone feels heard and valued.

Educators & Leaders

We are Positive Education UK & Ireland, and we celebrate 'what's right' with people, simplifying cutting-edge positive psychology research into practical, non-clinical strategies for enhancing mental fitness and wellbeing

We champion coaching over therapy, to build on the strengths of individuals, and groups, equipping them with practical strategies and tools which they can apply to most of life’s challenges and positively influence others. In a world often fixated on what's wrong, we shift the perspective to reinforce positive internal beliefs, transforming how people view themselves and their surroundings, driving positive change.

Positive Psychology Coaching, Training and Workshops





What is Positive Psychology Coaching?

Positive psychology is a branch of psychology that focuses on the study of positive emotions, attitudes and behaviours. The field of positive psychology seeks to understand what goes right in life, not just what goes wrong, and it accentuates the human capacity for growth and achievement.


Positive psychology coaching can help pupils, parents and teaching staff develop a sense of purpose and meaning and offers a universal language for young people and grown-ups to speak openly about their thoughts and feelings in a non-judgmental way. Positive psychology also teaches individuals how to be more optimistic and resilient in adversity. Incorporating positive psychology into lessons has been shown to help pupils cope with stress, develop self-efficacy, improve the quality of their relationships, and increase attainment. When parents and teachers learn positive psychology coaching tools alongside children, the success rate in building and maintaining these positive practices for life increases exponentially.


Positive psychology coaching is proving incredibly beneficial for young people with neurodivergent traits including dyslexia, dyspraxia and ADHD, where often the first line approach is counselling or therapy. We question this approach in every case, as being neurodivergent doesn't mean there is something wrong with you, although that is usually the message shared. We help neurodivergent young people to navigate the complexities of a neurotypical world and equip children and teens with strategies to embrace their uniqueness and discover their strengths.

Exploring an 'Adults First' Approach

The statistics speak volumes: In the 2023 Teacher Wellbeing Index, it was found that 78% of all school staff have experienced negative mental health symptoms. Additionally, data shows that 68% of women and 57% of men with diagnosed mental health problems are parents!

Research has demonstrated that adults subconsciously act as emotional "mirror neurons" for children, so we make it our priority to help these adults understand the importance of self care and equip them with tools drawn from positive psychology, neuroscience, and neuro-affirming practices to facilitate a positive ripple effect.

We don't just treat symptoms, and unlike therapy we don't dive deep into traumas; we have a fundemental belief that you already have everything you need to thrive, you just need to learn how to access it, particularly when the going gets tough! We help you build a solid foundation for lasting wellbeing, using a systematic mindset coaching model that recognises ‘what's right’ with you, so your authentic self gets to shine.

“Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid".

- Albert Einstein

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