Positive Psychology and Psychotherapy
With Randall C. Wyatt

Positive Psychology and Psychotherapy - With Randall C. Wyatt
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Jacob

An informative (though weirdly repetitive) introduction to positive psychology from Dr. Seligman, a relaxed and wise researcher. I did, however, dislike that their speech and their mouths were not in sync (perhaps a problem with my computer? the video itself?). Regardless, Dr. Seligman's ...Read more

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