Body & Brain

Positive psychology articles related to the human body and brain. Which positive psychology theories and interventions can help us to improve physical and mental well-being?

Cognitive Health

What Is Cognitive Health & Why Is It Crucial for Wellbeing?

Health and wellbeing have been studied since at least the 1950s as a complex construct involving several factors. These factors include diet, exercise, sleep, social [...]

Sleep coach

Become a Sleep Coach: 6 Certification Programs & Methods

These days you can find a coach for almost anything. There are life coaches, business coaches, performance coaches, and health coaches. But have you heard [...]

Assessment tools

12 Most Reliable Mental Health Assessment Tools

Assessment tools remain a cornerstone of many professions centering around the human mind. Typically, these assessments invite clients to respond to questions about their mental [...]

Piaget's Stages

Piaget’s Stages: 4 Stages of Cognitive Development & Theory

Have you ever experienced the following? You’re trying to explain something to a child, and even though it seems so obvious to you, the child [...]

How are habits formed?

How Are Habits Formed? The Psychology of Habit Formation

In his essay Of Habit, the French philosopher Ravaisson (1838/2008) describes habits as familiar yet mysterious. Actions that are repeated over time gradually became habits, [...]

Sleep habits

Sleep Hygiene Tips: 6 Worksheets for a Healthy Night’s Rest

2:57 a.m. Another five minutes have passed, and I am still awake. Morning looms. A third of adults in developed countries fail to get the [...]

Biofeedback Therapy

Your Ultimate Biofeedback Therapy Toolkit

Life changes, while often vital to our wellbeing, can be a leap of faith. We try to become confident and less stressed, more assertive, and [...]

Somatic experiencing

Somatic Experiencing Therapy: 10 Best Exercises & Examples

While events like natural disasters, wars, or accidents can be considered traumatic by most people, other events may be traumatic due to people’s subjective experience. [...]

Psychology Theories

Exploring the Mind–Body Connection Through Research

The debate about the mind–body connection has been around for millennia. From ancient philosophers and religions to modern science, there have been different views on [...]

Erik Erikson’s Stages of Psychosocial Development Explained

In 1623, William Shakespeare wrote, “one man in his time plays many parts, his acts being seven ages,” from screaming infant to the finality of [...]

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