Laughology in the media

Pyschologies magazine - Laughter is The Best Medicine for Work, Life and Family Matters

Laughter really is the best medicine.  We all feel better when we laugh.  A sense of humour is a vital tool for helping you cope with life’s ups and downs.  Read Stephanie Davies’s account of how she brings laughter into her life, her unique sense of humour and her influences.

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Stephanie Davies at the Guild of Letting Conference 2104 - talking about the importance of happy teams.

The Independent - Teaching Happiness to Create Resilient, Healthy Communities

This article discusses the power of humour and laughter and how it can be used to improve mental and physical health.  Stephanie Davies offers her expert opinion on the science of humour and laughter and discusses the importance of teaching happiness, resilience and emotional intelligence in schools and communities to promote economic and social well-being and mobility.

Read more: The Independent - Teaching Happiness to Create Resilient, Healthy Communities

The Independent - The Power of Humour for Engagement, Communication and Great Presentation Skills.

Stephanie Davies talks to The Independent about the power of simple language, good communication and the humour skills leaders need to enable them to engage their teams.  “It's not about turning people into David Brent, it's about turning them into Barack Obama."

Read more: The Independent - The Power of Humour for Engagement, Communication and Great Presentation Skills.

The Psychologist - Passionate about Humour in Work, Mental Health and Personal Development

How do you become a Laughologist?  It’s the question we always get asked here at Laughology.  Well, you need a keen interest in comedy, an understanding of the psychology of humour, empathy, great communication and engagement skills and it helps if you've spent some time with the real Patch Adams and if you are passionate about happiness.  Simple!  In this piece Stephanie Davies talks about her journey, the big picture and the importance of breaking down barriers to access positive mental health interventions.

Read more: The Psychologist - Passionate about Humour in Work, Mental Health and Personal Development

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