Stärkenbasierte Interventionen in der Positiven Psychologie. [Strengths-based interventions in Positive Psychology.]
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Character strengths-based interventions are a subgroup of positive interventions and have been found to increase well-being, reduce depressive symptoms and contribute to other positive outcomes. Despite the large body of empirical evidence on the effectiveness of strengths-based interventions, their working mechanisms are still widely unknown. Strengths-based interventions can be applied in a variety of different contexts and settings such as in schools, workplaces, therapy or coaching. Despite a few exceptions, studies that systematically examine the effects of strengths-based interventions in different contexts are still scarce. It is essential to develop a common strengths language for research and application. Furthermore, more attention should be paid to the fit between the person and the intervention and other factors that might influence the effects of strengths-based interventions in designing strengths-based interventions and intervention studies.
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