Dr Denise Quinlan is a director of the NZ Institute of Wellbeing and Resilience and an adjunct Senior Research fellow at the University of Canterbury. She teaches globally on strengths-focused leadership, resilience, and positive psychology. Her award-winning podcast Bringing Wellbeing To Life features wellbeing experts from all over the world.
Dr Robert Biswas-Diener has a passion for positive psychology, coaching and the science of learning.
Tom Roman is the Director of Roman Pilates, a functional training and rehabilitation studio catering for all ages. He incorporated many of the principles of Positive Psychology and his experience in Counselling, Education and Movement Training to create the Roman Methods, an Australian Physiotherapist Council recognised approach that focuses on training the brain to enhance movement performance. The Method is used by Physiotherapy practices in New Zealand, South Africa and Australia.
Associate Professor Aaron Jarden is Director of the Masters of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) program at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne
Christian van Nieuwerburgh (1971) is a UK-based executive coach, academic, consultant, and author. He is Professor of Coaching and Positive Psychology at the University of East London (UEL) and Executive Director of Growth Coaching International, a Sydney-based global coach training provider for the education sector. As an author, he is best known for An Introduction to Coaching Skills: A Practical Guide, now in its third edition (2021).
James is a pioneer in health-care and co-founded the free association of diverse “whole-system philosophy” practitioners that today integrate their efforts in a relationship-centred primary practice at the HOUSE OF HOLISTIC HEALTH.