We offer distance learning courses devoted to well-being, happiness, meaning, motivation etc. for personal and professional development. Distance learning is a suitable, convenient and flexible way to learn more about well-being, both for personal and professional use. No prior knowledge is necessary, nor assumed, for all the well-being distance learning courses for personal use and peer facilitation. However, well-being distance learning courses for professional use are suggested only to professionals who already have experience in the fields of counselling, coaching, mentoring, etc. and want to add to their existing strategies and tactics the tools offered by the Institute of subjective well-being.

You can enroll below in our distance learning courses. Each course has a code, please quote it in the subject of emails you send us. To contact us, please write to: course AT iswb.org

Well-being Distance Learning for personal use and peer facilitation: immediate access

(CODE H11) Well-being course: be happier in 11 weeks
(CODE EMP) Empathy for parents: raising empathic children

Well-being Distance Learning for personal use and peer facilitation: starting on specific dates

(CODE SPP) Well-being reading club: well-being and spirituality
(CODE CAR) Advance your career: in healthy and effective ways
(CODE PRS) Facilitating Well-Being among peers

Well-being Distance Learning for professional use: starting on specific dates
(CODE PRO1) ISWB Certified Well-Being facilitator: Facilitate and coach your clients

(CODE PRO2) ISWB Certified Well-Being facilitator (Level II): Facilitate and coach your clients, and train other facilitators
Starting Fall 2011

(CODE PRO3) ISWB Certified Well-Being facilitator (Level III): Facilitate and coach your clients, train other facilitators, and train the trainers
By invitation only

(CODE PROM) Online tools for well-being facilitation and coaching: Starting and nurturing your professional relationship with clients using online tools
Starting Fall 2011

(CODE PROE) Empathy for educators: facilitating empathy among children
Starting Fall 2011