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This easy to understand, practical workbook is designed for you, the serious happiness achiever. No gimmicks, no positive wishing and hoping, or self-fulfilling prophecies; this is the lifestyle book you've been looking for. Developed by a positive psychologist and professor, A New Year, A New You: 52 Strategies for a Happier Life! (The Workbook) includes activities like the well-known gratitude letter and savouring, but lesser known strategies like satisficing, dealing with psychological adaptation, self-compassion, capitalization, giving, and taking a social media retreat. Each strategy is simple, to the point, and involves concrete actions or ideas to reflect upon and write about. All of the strategies are referenced from the research literature, so you can be sure you are getting the best from the science of happiness with which to successfully achieve a greater you!
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About the Author
Dr. Louise Lambert is a Registered Psychologist (#2659, College of Alberta Psychologists, Canada) with over 15 years experience in counselling centres, mental health, not-for-profit organizations, higher education and research, and primary healthcare organizations. With a concentration in positive psychology, she has developed and delivered three evidence-based positive psychology intervention programs. Her "Happiness 101" program is used in clinical settings and has shown 6-month post treatment effectiveness (Lambert D'raven, Moliver, & Thompson, 2015). She also developed a workplace character strengths program for teens, young adults, and entry-level employees and "Happiness Matters in University" (Lambert, Passmore, & Joshanloo, forthcoming). Finally, "Happiness Matters at Work" (Lambert, forthcoming) is focused on employee well-being and is useful in supporting organizations through change and opportunity, as well as for harnessing the power of their human resource capital. Dr. Louise is well published in the field and leads several research projects in collaboration with local and international researchers. She is Editor-in-Chief of the Middle East Journal of Positive Psychology, a journal dedicated to uncovering human excellence in the Middle East/North Africa region.