Joseph Positive Psychology in Practice

Promoting Human Flourishing in Work, Health, Education, and Everyday Life

2. Auflage 2015, 896 Seiten, Gebunden, Format (B × H): 182 mm x 261 mm, Gewicht: 1732 g
ISBN: 978-1-118-75693-5
Verlag: John Wiley & Sons Inc

Joseph Positive Psychology in Practice

The best minds in positive psychology survey the state of the field

Positive Psychology in Practice, Second Edition moves beyond the theoretical to show how positive psychology is being used in real-world settings, and the new directions emerging in the field. An international team of contributors representing the best and brightest in the discipline review the latest research, discuss how the findings are being used in practice, explore new ideas for application, and discuss focus points for future research. This updated edition contains new chapters that explore the intersection between positive psychology and humanistic psychology, salugenesis, hedonism, and eudaimonism, and more, with deep discussion of how the field is integrating with the new areas of self-help, life coaching, social work, rehabilitation psychology, and recovery-oriented service systems.

This book explores the challenges and opportunities in the field, providing readers with the latest research and consensus on practical application.
* Get up to date on the latest research and practice findings
* Integrate positive psychology into assessments, life coaching, and other therapies
* Learn how positive psychology is being used in schools
* Explore possible directions for new research to push the field forward
Positive psychology is being used in areas as diverse as clinical, counseling, forensic, health, educational, and industrial/organizational settings, in a wide variety of interventions and applications. Psychologists and other mental health professionals who want to promote human flourishing and well-being will find the second edition of Positive Psychology in Practice to be an informative, comprehensive guide.


Weitere Infos & Material

Preface1. Applied Positive Psychology Ten Years OnStephen JosephI. HISTORICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS2. Historical, Philosophical, and Epistemological PerspectivesHilde Eileen Nafstad3. Building Bridges Between Humanistic and Positive PsychologyBrent Dean Robbins4. Existential Dimensions of Positive PsychologyRoger Bretherton5. The Salutogenic ParadigmShifra Sagy, Monica Eriksson, and Orna Braun LewensohnII. VALUES AND CHOICES IN PURSUIT OF THE GOOD LIFE6. The Science of Values in the Culture of ConsumptionTim Kasser7. Values and Well-BeingLilach Sagiv, Sonia Roccas, and Shani Oppenheim-Weller8. The Paradox of ChoiceBarry Schwartz9. A Self-Determination Theory Perspective on Fostering Healthy Self-Regulation From Within and WithoutKirk Warren Brown and Richard M. Ryan10. The Complementary Roles of Eudaimonia and Hedonia and How They Can Be Pursued in PracticeVeronika HutaIII. PRACTICES FOR HEALTH AND WELL-BEING11. The Prospects, Practices, and Prescriptions for the Pursuit of HappinessKristin Layous, Kennon M. Sheldon, and Sonja Lyubomirsky12. Putting Positive Psychology Into Motion Through Physical ActivityGuy Faulkner, Kate Hefferon, and Nanette Mutrie13. Balancing Time Perspective in Pursuit of Optimal FunctioningIlona Boniwell and Philip G. Zimbardo14. Putting Positive Psychology Into Practice via Self-HelpAcacia C. Parks15. Positive Psychology and Life CoachingMargarita TarragonaIV. METHODS AND PROCESSES OF TEACHING AND LEARNING16. Different Approaches to Teaching Positive PsychologyAmy C. Fineburg and Andrew Monk17. Positively Transforming Classroom Practice Through Dialogic TeachingAlina Reznitskaya and Ian A. G. Wilkinson18. Teaching Well-Being and Resilience in Primary and Secondary SchoolChieko Kibe and Ilona Boniwell19. Cultivating Adolescents' MotivationReed W. Larson and Nickki Pearce DawesV. POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY AT WORK20. Bringing Positive Psychology to Organizational PsychologySarah Lewis21. Improving Follower Well-Being With Transformational LeadershipHeather M. Clarke, Kara A. Arnold, and Catherine E. Connelly22. Applications of Positive Approaches in OrganizationsJane Henry23. Leadership Coaching and Positive PsychologyCarol Kauffman, Stephen Joseph, and Anne ScoularVI. HEALTH, CLINICAL, COUNSELING, AND REHABILITATION24. Complementary Strengths of Health Psychology and Positive PsychologyJohn M. Salsman and Judith T. Moskowitz25. Deconstructing the Illness Ideology and Constructing an Ideology of Human Strengths and Potential in Clinical PsychologyJames E. Maddux and Shane J. Lopez26. The Relationship Between Counseling Psychology and Positive PsychologyAndreas Vossler, Edith Steffen, and Stephen Joseph27. Positive Psychology in Rehabilitation Psychology Research and PracticeClaudio Peter, Szilvia Geyh, Dawn Ehde, Rachel Müller, and Mark JensenVII. CONTEXTS OF CLINICAL PRACTICE28. Clinical Applications of Well-Being TherapyChiara Ruini and Giovanni A. Fava29. Strategies for Accentuating HopeJeana L. Magyar-Moe and Shane J. Lopez30. Clinical Applications of Posttraumatic GrowthRichard G. Tedeschi, Lawrence G. Calhoun, and Jessica M. Groleau31. Strength-Based AssessmentTayyab RashidVIII. INNER RESOURCES AND POSITIVE DEVELOPMENT ACROSS THE LIFE SPAN32. The Ability Model of Emotional IntelligenceDavid R. Caruso, Peter Salovey, Marc Brackett, and John D. Mayer33. The Power and Practice of GratitudeGiacomo Bono, Mikki Krakauer, and Jeffrey J. Froh34. Wisdom-Related Knowledge Across the Life SpanUte Kunzmann and Stefanie Thomas35. Positive AgingGeorge VaillantIX. BUILDING COMMUNITY THROUGH INTEGRATION AND REGENERATION36. Psychological and Relational Resources in the Experience of Disability and CaregivingAntonella Delle Fave, Andrea Fianco, and Raffaela D. G. Sartori37. Good Lives and the Rehabilitation of Sex OffendersClare-Ann Fortune, Tony Ward, and Ruth Mann38. Facilitating Forgiveness Using Group and Community InterventionsFrank D. Fincham39. The Interface Between Positive Psychology and Social Work in Theory and PracticeRachel Dekel and Orit Taubman-Ben-Ari40. Building Recovery-Oriented Service Systems Through Positive PsychologySandra G. Resnick and Meaghan A. LeddyX. PUBLIC POLICY AND SYSTEMS FOR RESILIENCE AND SOCIAL PLANNING41. Balancing Individuality and Community in Public PolicyDavid G. Myers42. Developing Happiness as a Priority in Public PolicyRuut Veenhoven43. Positive Social PlanningNeil Thin44. Resilience Theory and the Practice of Positive Psychology From Individuals to SocietiesTuppett M. Yates, Fanita Tyrell, and Ann S. MastenXI. SIGNPOSTS FOR THE PRACTICE OF POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY45. The Role of Embodiment in Optimal FunctioningKate Hefferon46. The Uneasy--and Necessary--Role of the Negative in Positive PsychologyBrian G. Pauwels47. The Future of Positive Psychology in PracticeStephen JosephAbout the EditorAbout the ContributorsAuthor IndexSubject Index

Joseph, Stephen
STEPHEN JOSEPH, PhD, is a Professor in the School of Education at the University of Nottingham, UK, where he teaches and researches counseling and psychotherapy, positive psychology, and psychological trauma. Joseph specialized in health and counseling psychology, teaching at the University of Warwick before moving to Nottingham in 2006. He is registered as both a psychotherapist and as a coaching psychologist.

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