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(p. 84) Session Twelve: Positive Relationships 

(p. 84) Session Twelve: Positive Relationships
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(p. 84) Session Twelve: Positive Relationships
Author(s):

Tayyab Rashid

and Martin Seligman

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190920241.003.0013
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date: 20 January 2019

Positive relationships come in many forms, including family. Biological or otherwise, all family members possess strengths and resources. Due to negative attributions and the negativity bias, these strengths may be less evident. In Session Twelve, clients learn the significance of recognizing the strengths of their loved ones. The central positive psychotherapy practice covered in this session is creating a Tree of Positive Relationships. The chapter provides a list of readings, videos, and websites that relate to positive relationships and offers two worksheets to practice the concepts learned in the chapter. The chapter also includes a real-life case study that illustrates positive relationships.

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