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default Positive Psychology and Well-Being of Child Welfare Workers: Three Part Series Popular

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This training focuses on the application of positive psychology in order to improve the well-being of child welfare workers. The three modules provide: (1) an overview of certain problems found in child welfare work settings, including burnout and compassion fatigue; (2) a strategy for putting the research evidence from wellness approaches to use; and (3) recommendations to improve the well-being of others in the work place.