Course Description

"Reviews the recent shift in psychology from the classic disease or medical-model perspective to a 'strengths-based' model emphasizing well-being and adjustment. Examines this theoretical development, but also explores the proposed conditions that enhance well-being, support resilience, and allow individuals and communities to thrive. Topics include intention and mindfulness, self-efficacy, self-regulation, creativity and flow, and attachment and love."


To enroll in this course, you must be a Junior or Senior enrolled in a Bachelor's degree program.
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