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Evidencia científica y clínica avalan esta psicoterapia y la convierten en una alternativa que promueve la calma y sobretodo, el florecimiento. Desde un inicio, la psicología tradicional se ha focalizado en los problemas y como tal, lo que se consigue es intensificarlos, o bien llegar a un punto cero. Esto significa que la persona logra comprender lo que le produce el problema, pero sigue sin conocer lo que la hace florecer (Seligman, 2012). La Psicoterapia positiva, sin desconocer la problemática, se preocupa de descubrir aquello que permite a la persona vivir bien por muy difícil que parezca en un inicio.

ESTUDIOS QUE MUESTRAN LA EFECTIVIDAD DE LA PSICOTERAPIA POSITIVA PARA ALIVIAR EL ESTRES, LA ANSIEDAD Y ESTADO DEPRESIVOS.

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ESTUDIOS QUE MUESTRAN LA EFECTIVIDAD DE LA TERAPIA FOCALIZADA EN EL DESARROLLO DE LAS FORTALEZAS PARA LOGRAR RESILIENCIA, MEJOR RENDIMIENTO ACADÉMICO Y MEJORAMIENTO DEL DESARROLLO DE LOS NIÑOS Y JOVENES.

 

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