Life Questions

FAQ

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Q :  I have read about Positive Psychology and how it focuses on the positive, is Positive Mental Health the same thing ?

Q : Is the goal of Lifetrack Positive Mental Health happiness?

Q : What is optimal adjustment or genius in Lifetrack therapy and what does this have to do with what positive psychology calls flow?

Q: I have heard of the work of Carl Rogers on personality and have admired it considerably. How is your approach similar or different?

Q: I know of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. Are the three spheres an explanation of psychological needs? What is the difference between your work and that of Maslow?

Q: Are you a psychoanalyst? How does your approach differ from psychoanalysis?

Q: I have heard of preventive mental health, but not of positive mental health. Why the new term?

Q: What is the difference between your therapeutic approach and that of behaviorists who emphasize personality change by focusing on changing actions?

Q: How is your approach different from Henry A. Murray’s large list of more than 20 motives or needs?

Q: What are the similarities between Lifetrack theory and organismic or systems theory that views personality as an open system of interacting parts?

Q: What do you think of medications such as Prozac?

Q: What do you think of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) classifications?

Q: Do you really think you can define happiness or well-being and quantify it? Are you not attempting to quantify the unquantifiable?

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About Nathalie

Franco-Japanese from New York interested in using Crisis as an opportunity for individual, organizational and national transformation. She is the director of Beyond Our Best: Re-Inventing Ourselves Silently
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