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Course Details

Over recent years, I have developed both a personal and professional awareness of our tendency to focus on problems, negative experiences and our sense of what is lacking in our lives. Now, more than ever we need to make some much needed time and space for happiness! Using the latest developments from global happiness research, neuroscience and positive psychology, Rachel aims to provide an account of happiness, the barriers we face to experiencing it and the ways that we can develop more happiness in our lives. The session will end with Rachel sharing some simple happiness practices that can easily be incorporated into your daily life and professional practice, helping you and your clients to both notice and cultivate the experience of happiness more deeply into your sense of being.

Course curriculum

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    Cultivating Happiness workshop with Dr. Rachel Hopping

    • Workshop Details

    • Workshop Recording

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    Resources

    • The Link Centre

    • WORKSHOP RESOURCES

The Link Centre

This workshop in a collaboration between The Link Centre and onlinevents

At The Link Centre we pride ourselves in delivering high quality options tailored to needs of clients and delivered in a relaxed, comfortable yet stimulating environment in which people feel safe to learn and develop. We work with individuals, groups, organisations, and educational establishments using the depth of our psychological knowledge, to facilitate growth and development

Dr. Rachel Hopping

Dr. Rachel Hopping is a qualified psychotherapist and counselling psychologist. She began her clinical practice in a primary care NHS service, supporting patients to manage mild to moderate anxiety and depression before moving on to work in an NHS intensive psychotherapeutic day hospital supporting patients who meet the diagnostic criteria for personality disorder. Rachel has recently moved to work in an NHS specialist older adults’ mental health service, whilst also holding a small private practice based in London. In addition to her clinical work, Rachel has a particular interest in counselling psychology and psychotherapy research, supporting clinicians and clinical services to develop methods for establishing practice-based evidence of their work.