Work and well being

A biopsychosocial model with the primary aim of understanding and promoting workplace health and safety at both a micro and macro level.


Recognising how work can contribute to the impairment of worker’s health, safety, and well-being means also understanding how this knowledge can be used to prevent employee ill health and promote optimal employee health engagement, resiliency, and productivity.

Interventions for well-being 

Innovative 3rd generation cognitive-behavioural approaches, such as ACT, Positive Psychology, hypnoses and mindfulness, to improve resilience and psychological flexibility.
FREE webinar: Mental Fitness HURACT for organisations (for L&D-HR specialists)

Wednesday 13th October

  • slot 1: Language ITALIAN (with support for English)
    • 13:00-14:00 (CEST-Rome)
    • 11 am- 12 pm BST (London)
  • slot 2: Language: ENGLISH (with support for Italian)
    • 18:00-19:00 CEST (Rome, Zurich)
    • 5 pm-6 pm BST (London)
    • 11am-12pm PDT (Los Angeles)
    • 12 pm-01 pm EDT (New York)
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HURACT Book - LA TEORIA DELL’ANTI-PROGETTO: Un modello di comprensione e trasformazione psicologica nel coaching e nei sistemi organizzativi

Tempo fa mi trovai a una conferenza sulla comunicazione in cui la maggior parte degli invitati erano psicologi e psicoterapeuti oltre a qualche dirigente d’azienda. Tra i relatori c’era il Prof. Liendo, psichiatra “argentino, canadese, svizzero, italiano, francese”.... così amava definirsi. Non saprei dire l’età, e non l’ho mai saputa. Né, per dirla tutta, l’ho […]

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Mindfulenss and Psychological Flexibility

With this course, you will learn the basic techniques, processes and strategies to develop Psychological Flexibility with ACT methodology and mindfulness.
The ACT approach was developed mainly within the ACBS (Association for Contextual and Behavioral Science) and is characterized by the development of a construct called Psychological Flexibility.
Duration: in-class (one day); online (two half-day modules).

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Workshop: stress management

The purpose of the intervention is to shed light on the basics of stress management from three different perspectives: theoretical, practical remedies, myths and legends. The workshop has a practical approach, deriving intervention concepts and strategies from the proactive participation of the audience. Duration: from 2 to 4 hours, including a break (possibility of doing 2 events, one in the morning and one in the afternoon to involve all the participants).

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Coaching for Optimism and Happiness

Do you want to improve your well-being, optimism and happiness because you believe that being optimist helps you to achieve your goals?  This path uses Positive Psychology, and in particular, the PERMA model (Seligman, 2011) for the development of happiness and optimism.
Duration: five sessions (online or in-presence).

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Coaching for Stress Management

Do you want to improve your skills in managing stressful periods, increasing your resilience and acting more functional behaviours? This path uses a cognitive-behavioural approach to manage non-pathological stress situations*, increasing resilience and improving performance. The participant will learn how to develop new cognitive, emotional and behavioural resources through six key psychological processes determined by the ACT model.
Duration: five sessions (online or in-presence)


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