Creating positive changes to increase your level of well-being is possible. Research has confirmed that tools exist to create positive changes. In order to thrive, people need to learn how to build their reservoir of positive emotions, work with negative emotions, be more in the present moment and strengthen nurturing relationships. The Flourishing Skills Program® gives you these research-based tools in an intimate and supportive group setting. Created by "The Flourishing Center", the program covers key positive psychology skills for increasing greater well-being. Each workshop focuses on building mindfulness, teaching one specific skill, and practicing them during the session. This program helps decrease stress, increase happiness, and create positive changes in a nurturing and supportive environment.
Uncover the power of focusing on “what’s right with you” in a world that’s constantly focusing on what’s going wrong.
Learn how your brain is biased for negativity and how, thanks to gratitude, you can counter this tendency to worry, judge and ruminate.
MINDFULNESS & SAVORING
Positive life events alone are not enough to bring out happiness. Harnessing these approaches to savoring enables you to get more positivity out of your day-to-day experiences.
Learn to build more positive and authentic connections with the people in your life and strengthen positive relationships.
Learn about how your brain works. Identify how to redirect and reprogram your limiting beliefs to more empowering and solution-oriented thoughts.
Discover the science of how habits form and how they are broken. Learn to identify the trigger, habit loop and right rewards to break old habits.
Forgiving does not mean forgetting. Discover exercises for letting go of the past to be able to authentically move forward.
Learn the science of intuition and how to tell the difference between the static and the signals. Practice taping your inner wisdom and intuition.
What clients say about the program Flourishing Skills Group®
Nathalie Fisher, expatriate in Washington D.C.
“It gave me the concrete tools to stay positive. I knew some of it before but nothing really clear and ready to use. It helped me organize my thoughts and understand better the process. It also allowed me to be more mindful about day to day life and avoid some downward spiral ways of thinking. Sometimes I have this bad tendency of stressing out about things or feeling anxious. This course helped me identify when I start going down that road, put a stop to it, and change course towards something more constructive and happy.
Romuald Texier, expatriate in Washington D.C.
"A great experience. Very useful to learn how to look at the bright side of life. In particular, I have appreciated the exercises and sharing with the group. The group plays a fundamental role. I have learned to try to see things more positively by taking the time to savor; enjoy the good moments; celebrate my successes; and adapt my communication style to see things differently, and help me to move forward. These sessions were a real break in my busy daily life. A kind of haven of peace. It is up to us now, to use these suggested tools to create our own haven of peace."