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Research on Strengths/Positive Psychology used as an intervention

Discussion in 'Psychology [Psy.D. / Ph.D.]' started by apumic, Mar 7, 2007.

  1. apumic

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    I'm sorry; I don't know enough about this intervention to help you-- but your post raised a question for me and I was hoping you (or someone else on the board) might help. I have very little knowledge in this area (at least not beyond the level that is covered in undergraduate abnormal psychology courses), but I'm slightly perplexed by your mention of "mild personality disorders". What, exactly, is a mild personality disorder? I was under the impression that personality disorders are incredibly pervasive, affect almost all aspects of a person's life, and are generally among the most difficult disorders to treat?

    Now I'm just confused.
     
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