Read on to learn how a set of key thinkers have influenced the development of this platform that draws from the fields of positive psychology and applied neuroscience. Or just skip to testimonials describing how the Wellbing Coach has helped people like you who believe that better is possible.

Self Efficacy

We need to be confident in our ability to control what we think and what we do if we are to behave in ways that will lead us towards our goals, hopes and dreams. Albert’s work on self efficacy and championing our unique abilities is the foundation of the mentoring approach used by the Wellbeing Coach.

Learned Helpfulness

Activating our hope circuit to overcome barriers to change is a key feature of the Wellbeing Coach and is rooted in Martin’s pioneering work in the field of positive psychology. We use attribution theory to improve overall wellbeing and underpin the performance goals achieved during the programme.


Carol’s landmark research on growth mindset provides us with a bridge between cognitive psychology and applied neuroscience. Seeing improvements in your neurocognitive performance using the Wellbeing Coach fuels motivation, resilience and drive to achieve short and long term goals.

Cognitive Neuroscience

Our executive functions are central to achieving any aspirational performance goal or lifestyle change. Adele has demonstrated the importance of having a supportive mentor /cheerleader / accountability partner to help you develop these cognitive abilities. The Wellbeing Coach is your mentor for these successes.


Michael proved that brains can develop at any age, not just during childhood. The code that is needed to consciously unlock these positive changes defines the neural bases of memory, learning and habit formation. The Wellbeing Coach uses technology that has been created by Michael himself and his colleagues.