46 min

#3 - How Positive Psychology Can Be Dangerous PositivePsychology.com Podcast

    • Social Sciences

Blindly applying positive psychology can be dangerous if you don't take the following factors into account. In this podcast, Hugo Alberts and Seph Fontane Pennock discuss why it is so important to 'meet clients where they are' and how forcing progress or awareness onto your client can be counter-productive.
Support the show (https://positivepsychology.com/toolkit/)

Blindly applying positive psychology can be dangerous if you don't take the following factors into account. In this podcast, Hugo Alberts and Seph Fontane Pennock discuss why it is so important to 'meet clients where they are' and how forcing progress or awareness onto your client can be counter-productive.
Support the show (https://positivepsychology.com/toolkit/)

46 min