• Leading UK clinical hypnotherapist Malminder Gill to speak on managing coronavirus anxiety
  • Career coach and leadership trainer Jenny Garrett will share how to regain confidence in the workplace, post lockdown

Happiful, the UK’s magazine devoted to promoting a better conversation around mental health and illness, has launched a series of free webinars to share professional expertise on negotiating the challenges of 2020.

Working with sister sites Counselling Directory, Hypnotherapy Directory, Nutritionist Resource and Life Coach Directory, the team at Happiful are providing free online sessions with mental health and wellbeing professionals.

To date, award-winning Life Coach Angela Cox has explored self-compassion, handling your inner critic and reframing automatic negativity, while Happiful’s own wellbeing coach Kat Nicholls, tackled the subjects of self-care, self-worth and journaling.

Future Sessions

On Thursday 2 July at 11am, leading UK Clinical Hypnotherapist Malminder Gill will join Happiful’s webinar programme to discuss coronavirus anxiety and how to manage it. She will also deliver a special 10 minute anxiety reducing hypnosis session for all attendees.

Malminder Gill is an award-winning Harley Street Clinical Hypnotherapist, NLP Master Coach, Author, Speaker and has completed post-graduate academic studies in Clinical Hypnosis at Robert Gordon University.

Register for the latest webinar with Malminder and Happiful here.

On Thursday 9 July career coach and leadership trainer Jenny Garrett will join Happiful to discuss career confidence and the challenges some of us are facing during the Coronavirus pandemic in the regain your confidence at work webinar.

Jenny Garrett is an award winning career coach and leadership trainer, with over 13 years experience of running a global business and the author of best-selling book, Rocking Your Role.

Happiful’s evolving programme will continue throughout the summer and autumn in response to feedback from attendees. Further programming information will be announced on the Happiful event hub and across social media.

About Happiful

Memiah, the founding company for Happiful, was established fifteen years ago by sisters Aimi and Emma. They wanted to help people find support and so the Counselling Directory was born. The Life Coach Directory, Hypnotherapy Directory, Therapy Directory and Nutritionist Resource followed. Fast forward to 2020 and there is now a community of 22,000 professionals, up and down the UK, spanning across all five sites and offering their services online, over the phone and in person, where possible.

Happiful Magazine launched in 2017 on a mission to reach the widest possible audience, with actionable advice and personal experiences of mental illness, drawing on the therapeutic knowledge from across Happiful’s family of Directories.

This year the Happiful created it’s very own mental health app which connects people with mental health professionals, life coaches, hypnotherapists and nutritionists as well as providing free access to all copies of Happiful in its digital format, information about peer support groups, articles and events.

Hear more about Happiful from co-founder Aimi Maunders, on this Happy Place podcast.

For more information or interviews contact:

PR Officer Alice Greedus on alice.greedus@happiful.com

Notes To Editors

Happiful magazine is supported by the Happiful family – including Counselling Directory, Hypnotherapy Directory, Nutritionist Resource, Life Coach Directory and Therapy Directory. We exist to support others, to continually challenge stigma around mental health and mental illness, and to promote wellbeing.
To read more about mental health and wellbeing, visit the app store and download the new Happiful app. You can read our magazine on the go as well as finding out more about therapy, wellbeing and other support available in your area.