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- 1 Positive Psychotherapy: What Is It and Why Do We Need It?
- 2 Positive Interventions and Theoretical Assumptions
- 3 Psychopathology: Symptoms and Strengths
- 4 The Centrality of Character Strengths and How to Use Them in Positive Psychotherapy
- 5 Positive Psychotherapy: Practice, Process, and Mechanisms of Change
- 6 Sessions, Practices, and the Therapeutic Process
- 7 Session One: Positive Introduction and Gratitude Journal
- 8 Session Two: Character Strengths and Signature Strengths
- 9 Session Three: Practical Wisdom
- 10 Session Four: A Better Version of Me
- 11 Session Five: Open and Closed Memories
- 12 Session Six: Forgiveness
- 13 Session Seven: Maximizing versus Satisficing
- 14 Session Eight: Gratitude
- 15 Session Nine: Hope and Optimism
- 16 Session Ten: Posttraumatic Growth
- 17 Session Eleven: Slowness and Savoring
- 18 Session Twelve: Positive Relationships
- 19 Session Thirteen: Positive Communication
- 20 Session Fourteen: Altruism
- 21 Session Fifteen: Meaning and Purpose