Meet Katja Nielsen

Nordique Touch delivers positive psychology training in the workplace to improve mental health at work

Looking for ways to improve mental health at work?

My inspirational happiness training can help.

I grew up in Denmark. Famous for H.C. Andersen, wonderful Copenhagen and the generous welfare state (yes, we really do get paid to go to university).

Or maybe you’ve heard of Denmark as the tiny Nordic kingdom which frequently comes top of the UN’s world happiness survey together with our Scandinavian neighbours Sweden, Norway and Finland.

Do you want to know why the Danes are so annoyingly happy?

It’s because we practice happiness. All the time and every day.

Consequently, we are ‘secretly’ world champions in positive psychology.

We just call it Hygge!

Naturally, Danes practice happiness on the job too.

Poor mental health at work is bad for morale, productivity and retention.

In other words, workplace happiness is a key ingredient for amazing corporate success.

Maybe it’s time for you and your team to learn a few new tricks?

Why work with me?

I’m a fully qualified stress therapist and a member of the UK Federation of Holistic Therapists (FHT) and the International Society for Coaching Psychology (ISCP).

I have trained in positive psychology (PERMA) with Harvard and Yale University and have recently qualified as a Happiness Facilitator with the inspirational non-for-profit Museum of Happiness in London.

I also happen to be a bubbly ex-PA, an organised ex-project manager, a supportive ex-change manager, an energetic ex-leadership trainer and a caring complementary therapist with my own reflexology practice.

In summary, I know how to create positive change and support ordinary people to achieve extraordinary things.

In addition, I’m a mother of two teenagers, married to a lovely guy from Norwich and the proud owner of an impractically curly cavapoo. We live just north of beautiful Cambridge where you are likely to find us going for long walks up to three times per day.

Nothing beats stress or a bad mood like a brisk walk in the rain..

Like what you see? Then I look forward to hearing from you.

I am not a fan of social media but apparently it makes good business sense so you can find me on Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIN where I share my tips for everyday happiness. Hopefully see you there.

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