Positive Psychology Program

19 Self-Acceptance Quotes For Relating To Yourself In A Healthier Way

02 Oct 2018
  “There is no greater suffering than constantly measuring yourself and coming up short, except perhaps the realization that your suffering is hurting others. But where do we learn these things? Because, really, they are learned. We don’t come crying out of the womb because
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Group Therapy: 32 Activities, Worksheets and Discussion Topics for Adults and Teens

Group Therapy: 32 Activities, Worksheets and Discussion Topics for Adults and Teens

26 Jul 2017
“The best part about being with a group is that you don’t have to do everything alone.” – Anonymous This quote may seem like a pretty obvious truth – of course you won’t do everything alone if you’re in a group! However, it is an obvious truth that we often forget. It can be easy to s
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life coaching resource exercises courses

Your Ultimate Life Coaching Tools Library 2019 (+PDF & Exercises)

16 May 2017
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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Gratitude Journal: 67 Templates, Ideas, and Apps for Your Diary

Gratitude Journal: 67 Templates, Ideas, and Apps for Your Diary

19 Apr 2017
As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them. – John F. Kennedy Gratitude is like most desirable traits and qualities in that it is usually not enough to simply decide to be grateful – we must actively pract
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8 Trending Positive Psychology Skills to Put on Your Resume

8 Positive Psychology Coaching Skills to Put on Your Resume in 2019

29 Mar 2017
No one is safe… … except maybe positive psychology practitioners… Forged in a world of cutting-edge research, new and more effective therapies coming out, and a science that is constantly correcting itself, positive psychology has the unique luxury of endurance in the job market
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resilience in positive psychology

Resilience in Positive Psychology: Bouncing Back & Staying Strong

03 Mar 2017
Resilience in positive psychology refers to the ability to cope with whatever life throws at you. Some people are knocked down by challenges, but they return as a stronger person more steadfast than before. We call these people resilient. A resilient person works through challenges by
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positive education practices and books

13 Best Positive Education Books and Positive Discipline Practices

27 Jan 2017
Education has benefited from positive psychology since the field began. There is no standard for implementing the research findings of positive psychology into the classroom; however, there are many practices that can change the fabric of schools and their students for the better.  &n
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Positive Psychology Progress: Empirical Validation of Interventions (+PDF)

07 Oct 2016
Martin Seligman and his colleagues Steen, Park, and Peterson wrote the 2005 article “Positive Psychology Progress: Empirical Validation of Interventions,” a central publication in positive psychology literature. It offers a review of the developments in the field between 2
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What is Positive Education and How To Apply It?

What is Positive Education, and How Can We Apply It? (+PDF)

11 Sep 2016
All parents want the best for their children. They want their children to be happy and to flourish. However, finding the right education model for one’s children can be a challenge. One option is positive education, which combines traditional education principles with research-b
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Psychology Effective Teamwork

The Psychology of Teamwork: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teams

05 Sep 2016
There’s an old saying among sports coaches: “A champion team will defeat a team of champions.” However, as much as we value the ideals of teamwork and connectedness, there’s also the alternative notion of the “rugged individual” or “prima donna,” who stands out from the cr
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alex linley

Alex Linley: Strength Finder and Social Entrepreneur

28 Dec 2015
Alex Linley is the founder of the Center of Applied Positive Psychology, also known as CAPP, which focuses on spreading the word about strengths and their role in the field of positive psychology. As a professor, author, and editor of more than 120 research articles, Linley has extend
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