Seph Fontane Pennock
Seph Fontane Pennock, BBA, is an online entrepreneur and the founder of PositivePsychology.com.
Seph Fontane Pennock started PositivePsychologyProgram.com in 2013 as a personal blog. Gradually, his personal blog has grown into the most extensive and valuable online positive psychology platform, now known as PositivePsychology.com.
With his work in positive psychology, Seph has been able to help tens of thousands of practitioners and educators all around the world.
Seph strongly believes that we can deal with most of life’s absurdities by leveraging human connection and challenging ourselves, instead of using dogma or pharmaceutical drugs.
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[FREE] 3 Hand-Picked Tools From the Positive Psychology Toolkit©!
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Positive Psychology Courses: 50 Ways to Start Your Journey
It is with great pleasure that we share a comprehensive list of online positive psychology courses, workshops, training, webinars, graduate programs, audiotapes, and MOOCs. We [...]
How to Get a Ph.D. in Positive Psychology
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Masters of Applied Positive Psychology: The MAPP Program
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Positive Psychology Researchers: Top Influencers’ Database
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Positive Psychology Internship Opportunities At PositivePsychology.com
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88+ Must-Read Positive Psychology Books
As extensive as this list of positive psychology books may be, it will never be ‘finished’ or ‘complete’. To make the list as valuable as [...]
Self-Expressive Writing Worksheets: A Collection of PDF’s
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Why You Should Have Never Had Kids (If You Want To Be Happy, That Is)
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The #1 Reason Why We Want More And More (And More)
The #1 thing that holds people back from having a smoothe-as-honey lifestyle, where you can just get up, feel great, and connect with other people [...]
8 Advanced Positive Psychology Coaching Skills to Explore
No one is safe… … except maybe positive psychology practitioners… Forged in a world of cutting-edge research, new and more effective therapies coming out, and [...]
Resilience in Positive Psychology: How to Bounce Back
Resilience in positive psychology refers to the ability to cope with whatever life throws at you. Some people are knocked down by challenges, but they [...]
Who is Martin Seligman and What Does He Do?
Martin Seligman is not called the “father of positive psychology” for no reason. To many, he is one of the leading researchers in the whole [...]
The Hedonic Treadmill – Are We Forever Chasing Rainbows?
Can you remember the last time you were dreaming of buying a new car, getting a promotion at work, moving into a nicer house or [...]
[Free Tool] PositivePsychology.com’s Sailboat Metaphor
Update January 2020: The sailboat metaphor discussed by Hugo in the video below has become our main coaching framework here at PositivePsychology.com. This metaphor forms [...]
Positive Psychology 1504: Harvard’s Groundbreaking Course
Harvard’s Positive Psychology 1504, taught by professor Tal Ben-Shahar Ph.D., will enter the books as the most popular course in the history of Harvard University. In the spring [...]