Thanks for joining us! To get an overview of how positive psychology can support your clients, here’s our Free Masterclass: How Using Positive Psychology Can Help Your Clients Thrive.
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How the use of narrative practices can help clients revise their personal stories and increase levels of hope, optimism, and persistence
How to identify ways to apply positive psychology interventions with clinical populations
Strategies for supporting the formation of positive habits.

Slides from the Masterclass

The new course, Positive Psychology in Clinical Settings, takes you deeper into the material explored in the masterclass.

This course is for

Mental healthcare providers of all specialties, including licensed and non-licensed psychiatrists, psychologists, counselors, therapists, pastoral counselors, social workers, case managers, and other clinicians
Physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses
Coaches who seek to explore how positive interventions can be introduced when working in diverse settings.


Anthony M. Zipple, ScD, MBA Dr. Zipple is an expert in improving individual, team, and organizational well-being and success. He consults, teaches, and coaches in areas related to positive psychology, talent optimization, resilience, and organizational change. During his 40-year career, he has served as a senior executive for three nationally prominent behavioral health organizations and held positions as a full-time professor, senior academic researcher, consultant, therapist, and executive coach. By blending his deep expertise in positive psychology and organizational behavior, he has helped individuals and teams in the United States, Asia, and the Middle East reach their goals and flourish. Dr. Zipple holds a doctorate in Rehabilitation Counseling from Boston University, an MBA from the University of New Hampshire, and a master’s degree in environmental design from the University of Notre Dame. He is a licensed psychologist and has certifications in coaching, cognitive behavioral treatments, and positive psychology interventions.

Phoebe Atkinson, LCSW-R, TEP Phoebe is a psychotherapist and coach in private practice in New York City, where she uses experiential training methods to help groups and individuals gain personal insight, influence, and effectiveness. She holds a Master’s of Social Work degree from New York University, and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, a Fellow of the American Society of Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama (TEP Trainer Educator Practitioner), and a Board-Certified Coach (BCC). She holds a Certificate in Positive Psychology from Wholebeing Institute (WBI) and serves as a member of the WBI teaching faculty. Phoebe also teaches positive psychology programs at the JCC Manhattan. As a member of The Next Level Coaching Consortium, she has partnered extensively in the design and facilitation of the Rutgers University Executive Leadership Program for Women, providing executive coaching to women in the insurance, financial, pharmaceutical, telecommunications, and nonprofit sectors.

Find out more about the 8-week online course, Positive Psychology in Clinical Settings.

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