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Practical Guide to Happiness in Adults on the Autism Spectrum: A Positive Psychology Approach

by Victoria Honeybourne Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Pub Date:
02/2019
ISBN:
9781784509880
Format:
Ebk 0 pages
Price:
AU$29.99 NZ$32.17
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Breaking away from neurotypical ideals of happiness, this book offers simple techniques and exercises to help adults on the spectrum combat negative thoughts and improve their mental health. Practical and engaging, it tackles communication skills, self-awareness, workplace coping strategies and more, with a refreshing positive psychology approach.

Introduction. 1. If you only have five minutes. 2. Understanding the autism spectrum. 3. Understanding positive psychology. 4. Recognising, identifying and using character strengths. 5. Cultivating positive emotions. 6. Positive Coping. 7. Wellbeing. 8. Meaning, purpose and connection. References. Appendices.

Victoria Honeybourne is a senior advisory teacher, trainer and writer. Her background is in special educational needs teaching and she is author of a number of books on the topic. She has a particular interest in promoting wellbeing amongst young people and females on the autism spectrum. She has a diagnosis of Asperger Syndrome and lives in Shropshire, UK.