Many times happiness is overlooked and not really thought about with our students. Often there is an agenda to just teach and teach and teach and not really think about the student as a whole. So really taking the time to think about happiness in that student as a whole becomes an important aspect to…
Burnout in this field is a thing. And proof positive helps staff, look at what they’re grateful for, highlight strengths and have a positive approach to each day.
Many times we think of the deficit instead of looking at the positive in students and that’s where positive psychology comes in. Look at what they can do, not what they can’t do. I already see such a difference in what we’ve incorporated through Proof Positive – people are truly trying to engage with each other.
Resilience is the superpower that allows us to cope, flex, and love our kids through the hardest moments, all while enabling us to be present and supportive on the happiest days. Positive psychology has helped our entire family-including our son, learn how to nurture this skill, and we are better humans because of it.
Proof positive is so important because they bring a science based, fresh perspective on how to do this for both staff and students. If we keep the vision of [wellbeing for all] there’s no telling where we can go.
We used to believe that when our son was successful, he would find happiness. But the harder we worked toward reaching the traditional goalposts of autism treatment, the further away both of those things felt. When we began incorporating positive psychology, everything shifted. His skill acquisition skyrocketed, and even more importantly, so did his self-esteem.…
What proof positive is doing to help support the staff is really shedding light on the importance of happiness in what we do. It shows our staff that we can teach our students and give them these tools to be able to live the good life.
Learning the skills of happiness made my whole life better.
I’m so excited … happy me journal.