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Stephanie Davies

Stephanie Davies is recognised as one of the UK’s leading voices in the psychology of laughter and humour. She has over ten years’ experience of developing interventions that have been applied in a wide variety of settings dealing with complex public and mental health issues and building teams in high profile organisations. She is an award-winning stand up comedian who has worked with world-renowned Dr Patch Adams exploring the relationship between health, humour, community and the arts.

Read The Independent’s article featuring Stephanie’s Laughology.

Laugh your way to the top - an article by The Positive.

Have you heard the one about the laughter workout? - an article from the Daily Express.

Laughology: A little funny business - an article from The Independent.

Read an interview with Steph in Relocate Magazine, November 2014.

Click here to read Stephanie’s blog post on the World of Learning 2020 website.

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Publications by Stephanie Davies


A practical self help guide to using laughter and humour…

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Tips and techniques for working, learning and managing remotely

March 12 2020

Tips and techniques for working, learning and managing remotelyAs the corona virus continues to spread, increasing numbers of people are working remotely from home. Some are self-isolating. And, as we write this, it seems increasingly likely that, during the coming weeks, the government will put in more stringent measures to further curtail movement. As a result of these circumstances, many concerned businesses find themselves in uncharted waters. However, it’s...

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6 Ways to Celebrate International Women's Day

March 05 2020

6 Ways to Celebrate International Women's DayInternational Women’s Day is held on March 8th every year. It’s a day when we celebrate the amazing social, cultural, economic and political achievements of women - while also campaigning for greater progress towards gender equality. Why do we need International Women’s Day in 2020 International Women’s Day (IWD) has been celebrated since the early 1900s. Although we’ve made great progress...

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