Positive Psychology Degree: 13 Opportunities For Eager Students

positive psychology degrees and certificates

The science supporting positive psychology has sparked a huge increase in degree programs.

It makes sense: when we understand the “why” of positive human functioning, we can apply that knowledge to our own lives and unlock our true potential.

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.

Nelson Mandela

Today, there are more courses, degrees, conferences, and associations than ever before. Below is a list of all your many options (at least the ones we know of!) for pursuing a degree in positive psychology. To top it off, we have saved the best for last, with a new online course offered by Dr. Seligman.

Do you know of a degree program that is not listed below? If so, let us know in the comments section!

Before you read on, we thought you might like to download our 3 Positive Psychology Exercises for free. These science-based exercises will explore fundamental aspects of positive psychology including strengths, values, and self-compassion, and will give you the tools to enhance the wellbeing of your clients, students, or employees.

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Masters Degree in Positive Psychology

1. University of Pennsylvania

University of Pennsylvania LogoThe University of Pennsylvania offered the first Masters in Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP). It was the first institution to offer a master’s degree in the field, and it is known as one of the birthplaces of positive psychology.

Students in this program get the opportunity to study with one of the legendary founders of the field, Dr. Martin Seligman. Additionally, the impressive faculty roster includes positive powerhouses James Pawelski, Angela Duckworth and Karen Reivich, among others.

This program is a good option for those who are not in the UPenn neighborhood and are not able to relocate; there are 10 required on-site visits to the university, but the rest of the program does not require being on campus. During the on-site visits, students and faculty meet for intensive weekends of learning and networking.

Who Can Apply?

There are no positive psychology prerequisites for admission to this program, as it is designed for people from a wide variety of backgrounds.

To increase your chances for admission, it is recommended that applicants express their objectives for attending the program and offer a background that would enrich the course itself.

A new cohort is accepted into the program each year and instruction begins in the fall. Check UPenn’s MAPP website for more details.


2. Claremont Graduate University

Claremont_Graduate_University_LogoClaremont Graduate University was the first institution to offer a Ph.D. program in positive psychology and they currently offer both Masters and Doctoral level degrees in the subject.

Their Ph.D. programs are based on Positive Organizational Psychology and Positive Developmental Psychology.

At the masters level, this university offers an M.A. in either Positive Organizational Psychology or Positive Developmental Psychology, with a co-concentration in Evaluation.

Both of the programs bring a strong focus to the importance of understanding positive developmental processes and prevention, promotion and optimization.

One of CGU’s biggest draws is the presence of the Quality of Life Research Center, which was founded in 1999 and is led by positive psychology’s other “founding father,” Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, and his protege Jeanne Nakamura. To this day, the program researches themes related to creativity, engagement, intrinsic motivation, and responsibility.

Who can apply?

Applicants are required to have a Bachelor’s degree and at least some background in psychology. Check out CGU’s School of Social Science, Policy, and Evaluation to learn more about the programs they offer.


3. University of East London

University_of_East_London_LogoThe University of East London was also a pioneer in launching graduate positive psychology education, and currently offers a Masters of Science (MSc) MSc in applied positive psychology and coaching psychology.

This program is offered in three modes:

  1. Full-time on-campus (12-month program)
  2. Full-time distance learning (12-month program)
  3. Part-time distance learning (24-month program)

UEL’s flexibility makes this program ideal for applicants with jobs or other commitments. The program also offers cutting-edge theory and research on topics related to wellbeing and long-term change.

The research done at UEL is cutting-edge and world-leading; on their website, they note that their psychology research is ranked first in the country, even beating out Oxford and Cambridge.

If you are interested in opportunities around life-coaching, this may be the perfect fit.

Who can apply?

Anyone with a minimum 2.1 honors degree (roughly the equivalent of a Bachelors’ with at least a 3.2 GPA in the United States) can apply, preferably with a background in Social Sciences. A 2:2 degree (lower GPA equivalent) may be accepted with supplemental work experience.

Applicants will also need to attend an interview.

Check out UEL’s website to learn more about this program.


4. Bucks New University

Bucks_New_University_LogoBucks New University also offers an MSc in Applied Positive Psychology.

This degree is offered in a part-time format with the option of supplementing the usual two-year timeline with a third year, making it an excellent choice for those who are currently employed.

The MSc degree requires students to undertake a dissertation project, but BNU also offers a Postgraduate Certificate or Diploma that does not require completion of a dissertation.

If you are interested in topics around human resources, organizational development, psychotherapy, counseling or teaching, this program has much to offer.

This program offers students the chance to design their own projects and choose the topics they are most interested in to learn more about.

Graduates from this program have researched methods to improve client wellbeing, resilience, and organizational psychology, among other topics.

Who can apply?

This course is open to people from different backgrounds and life experiences. A degree in psychology isn’t required, but a 2:1 degree is recommended.

BNU’s MSc program prioritizes critical reflection, the development of skill sets, and strength-based models of student assets and interests.


5. University of Lisbon

University_of_Lisbon_LogoThe Institute of Social and Political Sciences of the University of Lisbon offers an Executive Masters in Applied Positive Psychology(EMAPP); however, prospective students should be sure to note that this program results in a Post-Graduate Diploma rather than a graduate degree.

Students’ background experiences have been wide-ranging, including management, economy, law, history and many others.

Perhaps more than any other program on this list, the University of Lisbon’s EMAPP program aims to provide instruction in positive psychology to a wide range of people with diverse backgrounds and purposes rather than targeting researchers and educators alone.

An impressive international host of lecturers has included positive psychology experts such as Antonella Delle Fave, Chiara Ruini, Luigino Bruni, Carmelo Vazquez, Ruut Veenhoven, Carol Ryff, Ilona Boniwell, and Miriam Akhtar.

This program is offered semi-regularly. Check the Instituto Superior de Social and Political Sciences’ (ISCSP) website for more information.

Who can apply?

This program is open to anyone with a bachelor’s degree or higher. No background in psychology is required. You can learn more about the requirements for this program from the FAQ section on the ISCSP’s website.


6. North-West University, South Africa

The Potchefstroom Campus of South Africa’s North-West University offers a Masters in Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP). It’s a specialized degree in Positive Psychology, and will not grant the graduate registration with the Health Professionals Council of South Africa (HPCSA) or give them the qualifications to provide clinical care.

This program consists of five separate five-day sessions on campus in the first year, followed by a year of research and a “mini-dissertation” project.

Students acquire a thorough knowledge and deep understanding of positive psychology in terms of the theory, research and intellectual background. If students develop a passion for positive psychology, they can shift into a more advanced degree at NWU: a Doctorate of Philosophy in Health Sciences with Positive Psychology. Check their website to learn more about these degrees.

Who can apply?

Students from different backgrounds are welcome and encouraged to apply, and the program is frequently filled with people who have been in the workforce for several years.


7. University of Melbourne, Australia

The University of Melbourne’s Graduate School of Education offers a Masters in Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) at their Parkville campus. Students can choose between two enrollment options: one year full-time or two years part-time. The instruction is given in three two-day “on-campus intensives” on Fridays and Saturdays, making it a good choice for people juggling work and other responsibilities.

Their education mission at their Center is clear: advance the wellbeing of young people through the application of Positive Psychology in key learning environments.

Streams of research include Wellbeing Measurement, Wellbeing Literacy, and Wellbeing Systems

At the end of the program, students will have a strong understanding of how to successfully apply the principles and insights of positive psychology. This program boasts a stellar faculty, including positive psychology powerhouses Lea Waters, Lindsay Oades, Dianne Vella-Broderick, and Peggy Kern. For more info on this program, visit the University of Melbourne‘s website.

Who can apply?

There are three pathways to admission:

  1. an undergraduate degree and at least five years of documented relevant professional experience;
  2. an undergraduate degree and at least 100 points of relevant postgraduate study; or
  3. an undergraduate degree, at least 50 points of relevant postgraduate study, and at least two years of documented relevant professional experience.


Certificate in Positive Psychology

If you don’t wish to pursue formal postgraduate studies in positive psychology, you might want to consider the following training programs that offer a certificate in positive psychology.

This is a great option for busy people who need to combine the flexibility of online learning paired with on-campus presence and resources.


8. The Flourishing Center (USA, Canada & online)

The_Flourishing_Center_LogoThe New York-based Flourishing Center offers a Certificate in Applied Positive Psychology (CAPP).

This six month, 240-hour course (or 9 months online) is composed of six modules on positivity, engagement, relationships, meaning, achievement, and vitality.

For in-person instruction, this program is offered in Boston, MA; Chicago, IL; Philadelphia, PA; New York, NY; and Toronto, Canada.

CAPP is also available in an online format for students outside the US and Canada. This version is a nine-month program with one weekend on site for each module, along with online classes, webinars, and interviews with leading positive psychology experts.

Students are provided with slides, worksheets, audio materials, videos and lots of materials to repurpose in the application of PP.

This program is open to anyone who is interested in positive psychology, but they note that they have three main types of students:

  1. professionals who intend to apply what they learn to their organization,
  2. entrepreneurs and freelancers who want to apply it to their independent work, and
  3. those interested in personal development and growth.

You can find more information on this program and the other programs the Flourishing Center offers on their website.


9. Certificate in Wholebeing Positive Psychology – Wholebeing Institute (USA and online)

Wholebeing_Institute_LogoExperience a whole-person approach to positive psychology and optimal wellbeing in this 9-month online and on-site course.

Students in this program apply the whole-person approach in areas of leadership, counseling, coaching, parenting, or teaching. This method helps to:

  • Bring about lasting change in individuals and organizations;
  • Create healthy personal and professional relationships;
  • Build positive emotions as well as resilience to deal with painful emotions;
  • Develop self-regard and optimism;

There are nine modules to this course, two of which are offered onsite.

Students are exposed to many voices and perspectives within a consistent and cohesive learning experience, with weekly video lectures with lead faculty and guest lecturers, as well as content from featured experts.

Whether you want to improve your home life, better your workplace, grow personally or professionally, or start a new career, the Certificate in Wholebeing Positive Psychology offers you in-depth study, world-class faculty, and transformative experiences.

You can read more on the Wholebeing Institute’s website.


10. Diploma of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing – Langley Group Institute

langleyThe Langley Group Institute, founded by Sue Langley offers the first nationally accredited Diploma of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing in Australia, New Zealand, the UK, and Canada, with more locations coming soon.

This program provides training for coaches, psychologists, educators and other busy professionals eager to learn how to apply positive psychology in their own work and lives.

Candidates can gain expertise in positive coaching, leadership, human resources, education, parenting or community. There are six core units, two of which are electives. Each unit is delivered in six full-day, in-person classes.

It is the first government-accredited Diploma in positive psychology and is approved by the British Psychological Society (BPS) Learning Centre for Continuing Professional Development (CPD). This course is offered in several different locations. Check the Langley Group calendar for more information on locations and dates.


11. Graduate Certificate in Positive Psychology – University of Missouri

University_of_Missouri_LogoIf you’re looking for a quick one-semester certificate in positive psychology, the University of Missouri offers a completely online program that requires only 15 credit hours of learning (3 required and 12 electives).

To enroll you must have a bachelor’s degree, at least a 3.0 in the last 60 credit hours of instruction, and a familiarity with the English language. Terms begin in fall, spring, and summer, so chances are there is one starting soon. Visit Mizzou Online’s website to learn more. Information on tuition and financial aid can be found on their financial page.


Positive Psychology MOOC’s

If a certificate is still a bit too much of a commitment for you, you might want to try a massive online open course (MOOC). There are two great options out there right now.


12. EdX – Science of Happiness

Edx_LogoEdx offers The Science of Happiness, the first MOOC to teach positive psychology. It’s a free eight-week course, created by the University of California Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center (pros in positive psychology).

This course revolves around the idea that “happiness is inextricably linked to having strong social connections and contributing to something bigger than yourself—the greater good.”

Positive psychology experts Dacher Keltner and Emiliana Simon-Thomas lead students through practical strategies to nurture their own happiness, and also invite students to explore how happiness changes along the way. They promise that students will learn:

  • What happiness really means and why it matters to you.
  • How to increase your own happiness and foster happiness in others.
  • Why social connections, kindness, and community are key to happiness.
  • Which mental habits are most conducive to happiness and how mindfulness can help.

Guest experts like Barbara Fredrickson, Paul Ekman, Sonja Lyubomirsky, and Jon Kabat-Zinn will join to discuss themes like empathy, mindfulness, and gratitude.

This course only requires 4 to 5 hours per week and can be undertaken at your own pace (you have 11 weeks to complete about 8 weeks’ worth of material). Although it is a free course, if you wish to be provided with a certificate proving your completion of the course, you can purchase it once done.  Check out this MOOC offering on the Edx website.


13. Coursera – Positive Psychology by Barbara Fredrickson

Created by The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, this course is taught by leading positive psychology researcher and author Barbara Fredrickson.

This course teaches students about the most salient and valuable research findings in positive psychology and offers practical applications that students can apply in their own lives and the lives of others, through coaching, mentoring, parenting, teaching, or simply boosting their own personal relationships.

Students in this course will learn about positive emotions, gratitude, positivity resonance, and loving-kindness meditation, the mindscapes, and outcomes of positivity and other positive psychology topics.

This free course takes about 11 hours to complete, and Fredrickson suggests dedicating 2 to 4 hours per week to it. It’s available in English, Spanish, and in a simplified Chinese version. New courses start all the time; check out the Coursera page on this course to see when the next class is offered.


14. Coursera – Foundations of Positive Psychology Specialization by Martin Seligman

And last but certainly not least, this course is a new offering by legendary renowned positive psychologist Dr. Martin Seligman. This course gives positive psychology enthusiasts a chance to learn from not only the field’s founder, but also a few of the other most prolific researchers in positive psychology, including James Pawelski, Angela Duckworth, Claire Robertson-Kraft, and Karen Reivich.

Topics covered include the foundations of the field, applications and interventions based on positive psychology, research methods, and positive topics like grit, resilience, and character.

It is 100% online, offers flexibility to suit your needs, and is suitable for beginners and those who are new to positive psychology in general. The course runs over about four months and requires about 7 hours per week. At the end, the learner has an opportunity to complete a special project in positive psychology, giving the course a hands-on element that others may lack.

You can find more information about this course on its Coursera page.


A Take-Home Message

Every addition to true knowledge, is an addition to human power.

Horace Mann

We hope this list provides you with the basics of your positive psychology education options, but we’d love to know what other positive psychology resources would be useful for you.

Have you pursued a degree in positive psychology? Are there additional programs you have been curious about or recommend?

Leave us a comment below.

We hope you enjoyed this article. Don’t forget to download our 3 Positive Psychology Exercises for free.

About the Author

Courtney Ackerman, MA, is a graduate of the positive organizational psychology and evaluation program at Claremont Graduate University. She is currently working as a researcher for the State of California and her professional interests include survey research, wellbeing in the workplace, and compassion.


  1. Nadine Di

    Thank you for this collection, it is very helpful.
    I am searching for a PPC program that compliments my work and is 100% online available, and remember reading about another program here a couple weeks ago from the school of positive transformation. I was thinking about signing up and am wondering why you took it off your recommendations? Grateful for any informations before making the decision…

    • Nicole Celestine, Ph.D.

      Hi Nadine,

      Glad you found this helpful! We talk about training through the School of Positive Transformation in a separate blog post. You can find that here. Ultimately, each course offering is a little different, so the best one for you will depend on the nature and direction of your current practice/coaching 🙂 Nonetheless, this blog post gives a bit of a summary of all the options and should hopefully help you narrow down!

      – Nicole | Community Manager

      • Nadine Di

        Thank you Nicole for directing the way,
        and yes, finding the best fit is a quest of it’s own…
        I highly appreciate your work here,
        sunny greetings from Portugal,

    • Nicole Celestine, Ph.D.

      Hi Nadine,

      Glad you found this helpful! We talk about training through the School of Positive Transformation in a separate blog post! You can find that here. Ultimately, each course offering is a little different, so the best one for you will depend on the nature and direction of your current practice/coaching 🙂 This blog post should help you choose among the different options.

      – Nicole | Community Manager

  2. Michael MacDonald

    Hi there,

    I recently co-developed a Workplace focused certificate program for Dalhousie University.

    The link is:


    It has the distinction of being the only such program in Canada focused on the Workplace and focusing on knowledge transfer of the substantial body of research in the field of Positive Organizational Scholarship.

    It has also been pre-approved as a Continuing Education Credit for Human Resource Professionals.

  3. N. U. Comer

    To add to your lists: Indiana Wesleyan University offers a Master’s in Psychology with a concentration in Positive Psychology.

  4. Darla

    Do you know of any bachelor degrees in positive psychology? Do students taking the MAPP already have a traditional bachelor degree?

    • Nicole Celestine, Ph.D.

      Hi Darla,

      The MAPP is a postgraduate degree. So yes, people who undertake it typically already have a Bachelor’s. I’m not aware of any Bachelor programs for Positive Psychology, however, there are various certificates for this qualification (e.g., at the University of Melbourne).

      You can learn more in our dedicated post here. And also check out our full list of educational opportunities here.

      Hope this helps!

      – Nicole | Community Manager

  5. Jin

    This is super helpful! Is the University of East London program accredited?

    • Nicole Celestine

      Hi Jin,

      Glad you found this post helpful 🙂 According to the course details page, the course “… is accredited at Master Practitioner level by the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC)”.

      You can find more information here.

      Hope this helps!

      – Nicole | Community Manager

    • Hasita

      Can I research effects of dance and meditation in my research study for positive Psychology?

      • Nicole Celestine

        Hi Hasita,

        This would be a question to run past your prospective research supervisor. Research programs tend to be very tailored to the interests of the people undertaking them, so if you can find a supervisor with a mutual interest in these areas, that might be ideal!

        Good luck!

        – Nicole | Community Manager

  6. Lisa Brussell

    What are the top PhD or PsyD programs (in the US) in the field of positive psychology? Or ones that might have a minor or a professor whose research focuses on this area?

    • Nicole Celestine

      Hi Lisa,
      Tricky question. You can find a list of the different Psychology PhD and PsD programs available in the US here. But my sense is that ‘Positive Psychology’ isn’t a very common a specialization compared to others like I-O and clinical. You may find it helpful, rather than focusing on looking for a particular school, looking for particular academics in the positive psychology discipline you’d like to study under. From there, you can reach out and ask what kinds of programs are available (although the usefulness of this approach may depend somewhat on the specific qualification you’re hoping to obtain — at a minimum, they may be able to point you in the right direction).
      – Nicole | Community Manager

      • Fran

        Hi Nicole,
        I’m in Canada. Do you know of any PhD degrees offered in Canadian institutions, and in particular, western Canada? I’m in Alberta.
        I’ve been searching and haven’t been able to find any yet.
        I’m a teacher (elementary) and have a masters degree in Religious Education. I think with the pandemic it is more important than ever for educators to understand that positive psychology must be taught in the classroom in order for emotionally healthy learners.
        Please advise.
        Thank you!

        • Nicole Celestine

          Hi Fran,

          PhD programs are often not spelled out in too much detail in universities’ course guides as they are very tailored programs (i.e., based on your specific chosen research topic, etc.) I’d suggest reaching out to academics at institutions you are interested in and asking whether they are looking to take on new students. You could also keep an eye out on Canada’s online job boards. Sometimes, funded PhD positions (i.e., those with scholarships backing them) will be advertised on these boards.

          I hope this helps!

          – Nicole | Community Manager

  7. Nicky Marriott

    Hi , I’d really appreciate your opinion on this course I’ve found and am really interested in. I live in Spain so a lot of the courses mentioned above, even the online ones, require some presencial classes too.
    Positive Psychology Practitioner & Coach Diploma (Level 5) | Positive Psychology Network
    I’d love to know if you would recommend this course provider. Many thanks

    • Nicole Celestine

      Hi Nicky,
      The Positive Psychology Network is a reputable provider of training and courses. So yes, you shouldn’t go astray training with them. 🙂
      – Nicole | Community Manager

      • Nicky Marriott

        Thank you so much!

  8. Christi DiCecco

    Am I able to apply for a masters at PENN in Positive Psychology without having any college education ? Who can I speak to regarding this question ? I have years of experience and know exactly where I would apply this education after receiving the degree. I am currently taking the online course now but it is not enough for me . Please advise. Thank you

    • Nicole Celestine

      Hi Christi,
      That’s great that you’re looking to study further in this area. I would encourage you to reach out to the program’s contact person, which you can find here.
      – Nicole | Community Manager

    • Nicole Celestine, Community Manager

      Hi Jeff,
      Life University is a legitimate university. However, whether the qualifications offered by this specific program will meet your needs will depend on your career goals. If you are looking to become a BCC coach, this program will form part of the training you’re required to do to be eligible to sit the certification examination.
      – Nicole | Community Manager

    • Mickey Parsons, MCC, BCC, PsyD

      Jeff — Life University does offer a fully accredited Master of Science in Positive Psychology and has done so since 2014. There is also a Coaching Psychology track which Tony Grant (USYD) helped us to design. That track is aligned with ICF and CCE (BCC) for certification purposes. I’m happy to chat with you if you have additional questions as I teach some of the coaching psychology courses there — The MSPP is online, except for 3 residency weekends (these are also online through Spring of 2021). — All the best!

      • Shelly

        Would this program also offer what I need to apply for licensure for LPC?
        My state requires 48 hour masters and 150 hour counseling practicum.

  9. Jana

    I found this program
    is this a legitimate program? accredited?

    • Seph Fontane Pennock, BBA

      Best to avoid that site and program Jana. People have told me it’s very dodgy and never to promote it.

  10. Patna Women's College

    A great source of information for the students. Psychology is not a subject it’s a technique to study the human’s mind. Just like all the esteemed universities mentioned by the author, our college has been offering degree courses in Psychology for the students. https://patnawomenscollege.in/

    • Annelé Venter

      Good Day Dr. Seligman,
      Thank you for bringing this course under our attention. Courtney has updated the article accordingly.

    • Matt Whitmore

      Do you or anyone have a link to the Harvard online course in positive psychology?

      • Nicole Celestine

        Hi Matt,
        If you’re referring to Tal Ben-Shahar’s course, you can find them all for free on YouTube (although they’re a little grainy).
        – Nicole | Community Manager

  11. Ghadah Ibrahim

    Would it be possible to pursue the degree in the University in lisbon for non -Portuguese English speaking students? Am Saudi teacher, I’ve been teaching for 22 years. Born in 1967. I’d love to get the master degree in positive physicology. If it’s possible what’s the procedure and cost pls.

  12. Tania Khalaf

    Thank you for this post! Its so helpful. Would it be possible to pursue the degree in the University in lisbon for non -Portuguese English speaking students?

  13. Sima

    Hi leno
    Would you please write us about the universities that have phd level in positive psychology?

  14. Diana Perkett

    Any on line degrees availabl

  15. maggie aradati

    Hi Catarina, thank you so much for this comprehensive and informative post. I have a question I hope you can help me with. I’ve been accepted the UEL’s MSc in positive psychology and also to the Flourishing instutites CAPP program. I’m having a really hard time making a decision! What better in terms of return on investment? Any advice would very helpful. Thank you

    • Evonne Johnson

      Hi All, is anyone able to comment on their experiences with any of these programmes please?

    • Tanya

      Hi Maggie what did you do in the end. The masters or CAPP.

  16. Nomi Naeem

    I appreciate this useful information.

  17. najlae

    Thanks for sharing this valuable information ❤
    could you please help me find positive psychology degree in turkey or malaysia???

  18. Tatiana Mara Alves martins

    Hi, Catarina.
    Thanks for Thais content!
    Van tou help me with more informacions about positive psycology doctor degree in Canada, EUA or Portugal?
    I’m looking for Android oportunity.
    Thanks a Lot!

  19. Catherine

    You have left out the esteemed University College Cork in the Republic of Ireland. Offering a taught Masters part-time or full-time in Applied Positive and Coaching Psychology.

  20. José Guerreiro

    I saw number 5, but not the name of Helena and Luis 😉

  21. José Guerreiro

    Hi Catarina,
    The Institute of Social and Political Sciences of the University of Lisbon offers an Executive Masters in Applied Positive Psychology (EMAPP), and have great portugueses teachers too. I remember you, only two of them, Helena Águeda Marujo Ph.D and Luis Miguel Neto Ph.D
    Positive Hug

    • Catarina Lino

      Hey José,
      It’s number 5 in this post. I wouldn’t forget it, since it’s the masters i’ve recently completed. You must of not notice it. Helena and Luis are good friends of PPP and Seph has even been a guest of the program.
      But thank you, keep me posted if you know of any other course I haven’t mentioned.
      Big hug to you too 😉

    • Catarina Lino

      Hi Holly,
      That’s awesome, thanks for lettng us know. We’ll look into it in include it in the courses page.
      Have an awesome day 😉


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