positive psychology toolkit

The Positive Psychology Toolkit: Positive Tools for Professionals

The Positive Psychology toolkit is for helping professionals who seek to improve the mental well-being of their clients, employees, students or peers. It’s an online resource platform filled with 170+ positive psychology interventions, exercises, assessments, scales, activities and qu
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positive psychology toolkit

The First (ever!) Positive Psychology Treasure Chest: 170+ PDF’s

Your clients and students want to increase their well-being. Your employees and colleagues want to experience more meaning and fulfilment. You want to help them. You need the proper tools. Your practice runs on your ability to effectively help other people. Whether you do that in the
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Your Ultimate Life Coaching Tools Library 2017 (+PDF & Exercises)

Success comes from knowing that you did your best to become the best that you are capable of being.  –John Wooden What good is life coaching? Why do I need someone to tell me how to live my life?  How would listening to someone else talk about what they think I should do really help m
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[VIDEO] Positive Psychology Toolkit Update – March 2017

In this video Hugo Alberts walks you through the latest Positive Psychology Toolkit update. Please enjoy! Click here to log in to the toolkit Not a member yet? Click here
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Positive psychology interventions

12 Positive Psychology Interventions + 3 Ways To Find The One You Need

Positive Psychological Interventions (also known as Positive Psychology Interventions-PPIs) are theoretically-grounded and empirically-validated instructions, activities, and recommendations that are designed to enhance wellbeing (Lomas, Hefferon & Ivtzan, 2014). Moreover, PPIs fo
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Positive psychology versus life coaching

Positive Psychology Coaching and Life Coaching: How Do They Differ?

If you’ve ever asked yourself how positive psychology and life coaching differ, you’re definitely not alone. The surface level definitions don’t really do a great job of distinguishing these 2 very different approaches towards well-being. However, what’s even more surprising than thei
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How to Use Positive Psychology in Developing An Executive Team

When it comes to the top management in organisations, scepticism towards strengths-based leadership approaches and interventions is still common. So how can we encourage top hot shots to talk about their strengths, show appreciation, and create an environment where employees can truly
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Organizational Psychology & Coaching For Well-Being In The Workplace

Organizational Psychology is currently on the rise in the realm of psychology, with exponential growth over the past few years. Organizational Psychology focusses on the well-being of CEO’s and employees in order to foster healthy minds and consequently enhance the standard of output
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Positive Psychology Groups

How To Successfully Teach Positive Psychology in Groups

Positive psychology focuses on increasing strengths rather than fixing deficits, and thus there is something for everyone to gain from it. The group setting is an optimal environment to teach and practice positive psychology as it inherently fulfils aspects of known foundations of wel
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The Wheel of Life: Assess Life Satisfaction With this Free Tool (PDF)

Yes, please send me this tool Economists typically adopt the view that well-being depends on external life circumstances, and that it can be influenced by simply altering these conditions. In contrast to this myopic view, positive psychology considers the humanity behind these circums
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wellness coaches

Wellness Coaches & Corporate Wellness Programs: Not Just a Trend

“My own path towards wellness has been a long and dynamic one. It’s taught me that healing from the inside out takes time and there can be great value in various sources of guidance. “ – Carre Otis For years people often associate personal trainers as the gurus
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positive psychology examples

Positive Psychology Examples: 5 Ways to Put it Into Practice

“The aim of Positive Psychology is to catalyze a change in Psychology from a preoccupation only with repairing the worst things in life to also building the best qualities in life.”  – Martin Seligman Positive Psychology is first and foremost psychology, but its focu
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The Psychology of Teamwork: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teams

There’s an old saying among sports coaches: “A champion team will defeat a team of champions.” However, as much as we all admire the ideals of teamwork and connectedness there’s also the alternative notion of the “rugged individual” or the “prima donna” who stands out from
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Active Listening: The Art of Empathetic Conversation

Julian Treasure claims that we are losing our hearing. And he has a point! With personal broadcasting replacing the art of conversation, and silence becoming a scarce resource, we have forgotten how to listen. It is time to focus again and practise the skill of mindful listening. Not
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positive psychology in the workplace

Positive Psychology in the Workplace: Thank God it’s Monday

We all want work to be a positive and engaging experience. Who doesn’t dream of waking up on a Monday excited to go to work? Positive Psychology has shown how positive emotions are linked with numerous benefits including improved health, wellbeing, longevity, and a greater quali
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Happiness & Wellbeing Coaching with PERMA

In coaching settings, it can be extremely helpful to work from a theoretical framework or model. These can be used to guide clients through their thought process, explore the various aspects of the model and how it relates to the client’s experience, which leads to deeper insights and
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