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[FREE] 200th Tool in the Positive Psychology Practitioner’s Toolkit!

We are very happy and proud to announce the release of the toolkit’s 200th tool (download it here). To celebrate we are giving the tool away for free! Recently we sat down with the Positive Psychology Program’s newest team member, Lucinda Poole and talked about the Positiv
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What is Self-Regulation? Definition, Theory + 95 Skills and Strategies

What is Self-Regulation? Definition, Theory + 95 Skills and Strategies

Why don’t we just do exactly what we feel like doing when we feel like doing it? This is a question that you might hear from kids, and it perfectly encapsulates what they “just don’t get” about adults. As adults, we pretty much have free reign to do whatever we want, whenever we want.
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What is Self-Motivation? 100+ Ways to Motivate Yourself (Definition + Quotes)

What is Self-Motivation? 100+ Ways to Motivate Yourself (Definition + Quotes)

The best kind of motivation is self-motivation. You might not be intimately familiar with the term “self-motivation” but you almost certainly know this to be true. Think about two separate experiences you have no doubt had: You have something you “have to do.” You’re not excited or pa
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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 q
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How To Measure Resilience: 8 Resilience Scales For Youth & Adults (+ PDF)

“Persistence and resilience only come from having been given the chance to work through difficult problems.” – Gever Tulley When we experience disaster, trauma, or distressing psychological issues, we usually react with grief and a range of negative emotions. This is, of course, a nat
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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 Experiments: 6 Ways to Measure Well-being

When it comes to a field as broad-minded as positive psychology, there are several different types of research methods involved. For example, some positive psychology experiments might seek to simply measure participants’ levels of well-being, while others try to affect change to part
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11 Mindfulness Questionnaires, Scales & Assessments For Measuring

Mindfulness has been a popular topic at the Positive Psychology Program, with frequent pieces on what mindfulness is, how it has been incorporated into therapy, and ways to practice mindfulness for adults, children, and teens. For some people, it can take a lot of time and effort to u
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How Catherine Bell Is Making People Smile Again At Work Using The Positive Psychology Toolkit

7 days ago, I got a heart-warming email from our toolkit member Catherine. It brought tears to my eyes. Why? Because I’m mostly sitting behind my laptop (and so is Hugo, the main developer of the toolkit), having no idea what kind of impact we’re making in the real world w
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Positive Psychology Surveys, Measures and Questionnaires

Positive Psychology Surveys, Measures and Questionnaires

One goal shared across the globe is the pursuit of happiness. Within the field of positive psychology, there is detailed evidence being gathered through surveys and questions, supporting the notion that we are able to improve our own happiness, both individually and collectively, thro
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[FREE] 100th Tool in the Positive Psychology Practitioner’s Toolkit!

Update February 2017: The old version of the Sailboat Metaphor has been discontinued. We are working on a very extensive, brand-new version of this tool in the form of a complete coaching trajectory. If you are interested in getting early access to this package, please leave a comment
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The (First Ever!) Positive Psychology Practitioner’s Toolkit

When we asked the question in our positive psychology Facebook group, “What kind of resource would you like us to create next?” the response was overwhelmingly consistent: a list of PP exercises and interventions. This makes sense, as positive psychology exercises serve as
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