Strengths-Based Resilience Workbook

by Tayyab Rashid, Jane Gillham, Ruth Louden, Afroze Anjum

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Strengths-Based Resilience Workbook (PDF)
ISBN: 9781616765828
2025, x/172 pages
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Strengths-Based Resilience Workbook
ISBN: 9780889375826
2025, x/172 pages

Learn how to build resilience by using your strengths

  • A tried and tested 14-module positive psychology program
  • Learn skills you can integrate into daily life
  • Clearly structured
  • Full of resources and activities

More about the book

In a world full of stress and uncertainty, pursuing resilience becomes increasingly important. The Strengths-Based Resilience Workbook shows you how to tap into your natural capacity to navigate life's challenges and thrive.

The Strengths-Based Resilience program, rooted in rigorous science and enriched by the practical insights of positive psychology, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and mindfulness, comprises 14 meticulously designed modules that steer a course toward resilience. You will acquire skills to build and harness your strengths, increasing your ability to deal with everyday challenges and pursue meaningful goals.

The program helps you to envision a world where irritation gives way to gratitude, where each interaction plants the seeds for closer relationships, and where the quest for individual purpose evolves into a collective journey. With clear instructions and a comprehensive list of resources, this workbook can be your steadfast companion on the path to resilience. It invites you to document your progress across 14 unique topics, each supplemented by hands-on practices.

As you work through each module, you'll experience a fulfilling learning process and a personally rewarding transformation, converting the abstract concept of resilience into practical, actionable skills. Use this workbook as your guide for shaping a more resilient self and, consequently, a more resilient world.

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Praise for the book

“A timely compilation of ancient wisdom and positive psychology to encourage positive mental health, thriving, empathy, communication, and relationships and to build resilience – this approach is deeply needed in our current times.”
Carolyn Lennox, PhD, C.Psych., Clinical and School Psychologist; Manager of Psychological Services, Toronto District School Board, Canada

“Today, as so many individuals, families, organizations, and communities are struggling, cultivating resilience is paramount. Drawing on the science of positive psychology, this rigorous and practical manual provides a roadmap that can help us navigate life's challenges.”
Tal Ben-Shahar, Founder of Happiness Studies Academy; New York Times bestselling author of Happier

“This compelling and insightful workbook stands out as an essential resource for building resilience. The authors skillfully merge cutting-edge research with actionable strategies that empower readers to harness their inherent strengths and navigate life's challenges with confidence and grace. A must-read for practitioners, scholars, and anyone wanting to take control of their life and live it well.”
Dianne Vella-Brodrick, PhD, Professor and Gerry Higgins Chair in Positive Psychology; Director Centre for Wellbeing Science, University of Melbourne, Australia.

“A well-crafted guide to the Strengths-Based Resilience Program that seamlessly blends evidence-based strategies, practical activities, and valuable resources. It serves as a compass for individuals seeking to navigate life’s challenges, be it in personal growth, relationships, or beyond. A must-have resource for anyone looking to foster resilience and wellbeing.”
Maggie Zhao, PhD, Past President of International Positive Psychology Association Education Division; Faculty at the University of Hong Kong, PR China

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