All of us in the Canadian Positive Psychology Association know that it takes just a few minutes a day of practice to refocus our attention on the positive. During this interactive webinar we will explore an innovative, text-based tool that offers short, evidence-based exercises for free.
The team that developed this tool worked closely with Dr. Bryan Sexton at Duke University, a resilience expert who has over 28,000 participants in his various positive psychology studies. His 2019 paper published in The BMJ had the 3 Good Things exercise testing 490% more effective than SSRI inhibitors.
During this interactive webinar, the Take2Minutes team will discuss some of the research, demonstrate their tools, and offer ways for academics, companies, and participants to get involved.