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The Positive Clinical Consultation Group

August 1, 2018|

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The Positive Clinical Consultation Group

Nicole Mikanik

This past March, IPPA’s positive clinical psychology division saw the first pilot for its virtual peer consultation group. Led by Jennifer Brownstein, Psy.D., Margarita Tarragona, Ph.D., and Tayyab Rashid, Ph.D., the group provides a platform through which practitioners can discuss and share how they use positive […]

Strengths Atom

August 1, 2018|

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Strengths Atom

Daniel J. Tomasulo
Core Faculty, Spirituality Mind Body Institute,
Teachers College, Columbia University

Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Daniel J. Tomasulo Contact:tomasulo@tc.columbia.edu

Core faculty for the Spirituality Mind Body Institute (SMBI), Teachers College, Columbia University. Assistant Instructor, Master of Applied Positive Psychology, University of Pennsylvania. Director New York Certification in Applied Positive Psychology. Honored by Sharecare* as […]

Strength Intervention for Hikikomori Youth: A Case Study

August 1, 2018|

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Applying Strengths from the Virtual to the Real World:
Strength Intervention for Hikikomori Youth: A Case Study

Shinichiro Matsuguma1,2, Motoko Kawashima2, & Kazuo Tsubota2
1 MILESTONE, Musashino City, Tokyo, Japan
2 Keio University School of Medicine, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Shinichiro Matsuguma is an outreach worker for hikikomori youth. He is a representative of MILESTONE, an organization […]

Rewriting History to Create a Better Future: Positive Prospection in Practice

August 1, 2018|

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Rewriting History to Create a Better Future: Positive Prospection in Practice[1]

Lydia Ievleva, PhD
RMIT University
Melbourne, Australia

Soul in Motion
Ottawa, Canada
Lydia@soulinmotion.ca
www.soulinmotion.ca

Lydia has over 25 years experience in practice and teaching in the areas of: sport and performance psychology, positive psychology (PP), and psychology of health and wellness. Lydia developed and taught among the first courses […]

Complete Mental Health: A Novel, Collaborative, Individual- and Population-based Approach to Reforming Mental Health Care

August 1, 2018|

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Complete Mental Health: A Novel, Collaborative, Individual- and Population-based Approach to Reforming Mental Health Care

Matthew Iasiello

South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) Wellbeing and Resilience Centre

Matthew Iasiello is a research assistant and PhD candidate at the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) Wellbeing and Resilience Centre. Matthew’s […]

Intentional Practice: A Positive Psychology Intervention Planning and Implementation Method

August 1, 2018|

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Intentional Practice: A Positive Psychology Intervention Planning and Implementation Method

Dr. Ivan Raymond1 2
1Clinical, Research and Education Director, Life Buoyancy Institute, 28 Unley Road, Unley, South Australia
2 South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI), Wellbeing and Resilience Centre, Adelaide, South Australia
Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology), Charles Sturt University (2003)
Bachelor of Psychology […]

The Virtual Gratitude Visit (VGV): Role-Playing, Storytelling and Narrative Enactment

August 1, 2018|

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The Virtual Gratitude Visit (VGV): Role-Playing, Storytelling and Narrative Enactment

Daniel J. Tomasulo
Core Faculty, Spirituality Mind Body Institute,
Teachers College, Columbia University

Core faculty for the Spirituality Mind Body Institute (SMBI), Teachers College, Columbia University. Assistant Instructor, Master of Applied […]

BASICS and Essencing as a Positive Psychology Clinical Intervention

July 31, 2018|

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BASICS and Essencing as a Positive Psychology Clinical Intervention

Hein Zegers (licensed clinical psychologist & multilingual researcher)

Els Verheyen (licensed clinical psychologist & social worker)

Background

The research that resulted in the development of this intervention started out as […]

A Longitudinal Study of Orthopedic Rehabilitation Patients

July 31, 2018|

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A Longitudinal Study of Orthopedic Rehabilitation Patients: Physical Activity, Subjective Health and Positive Affect

Shu Ling, Tana*, Yan Ping, Duanb, Sonia Lippkeac

aDepartment of Psychology and Methods, Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine, Jacobs University Bremen, Campus Ring 1, 28759 Bremen, Germany. Email: s.tan@jacobs-university.de

bDepartment of Physical Education, Faculty of Social Sciences, Hong Kong Baptist […]

What is Positive Clinical Psychology (PCP) and Why is it Needed?

July 31, 2018|


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What is Positive Clinical Psychology (PCP) and Why is it Needed?

Corresponding Author: Tayyab Rashid, Ph.D., C. Psych.

Clinical psychology, counselling psychology, social work, psychiatry, and other mental health domains have traditionally focused on alleviating symptoms, dysfunctions, […]