Emotional Well-Being: From Science to Practice is based in current research in psychology and neuroscience on maintaining emotional stability, cultivating loving human connections and pursuing high-benefit purposes in life. It provides detailed practical applications in daily life derived from a new comprehensive model of emotional well-being. The book serves as a basis for experiential workshops and professional continuing education developed and offered by the authors.
This book, Emotional Well-Being: From Science to Practice, is soundly based in science and extremely practical. The authors give you three golden keys to experiencing a meaningful and satisfying life, with specific steps on how to make simple but significant changes for the better. If you applied even half of what is offered here, you could easily be living the life you always dreamed of.
— Judi Neal, Ph.D., Chairman and CEO of Edgewalkers, International
This book skillfully integrates scientific research and practical skills to achieve well-being. The authors present a comprehensive and innovative model of thriving. It summarizes complex scientific research in a way that is understandable for the general public. Anyone looking for a way to enhance/ maintain physical and psychological well-being will find this book of great value. It could also be used by clinicians to help clients enrich their lives.
— Karen Wilson, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology, St. Francis College-Brooklyn
Emotional Well-Being from Science to Practice provides an in-depth guide to emotional wellness. As a researcher and community-based practitioner, I was excited to find a practical text grounded in the best available science and accessible to community audiences. This book stands as the preeminent guide to emotional wellness for researchers and community practitioners.
— Pearl Anna McElfish, PhD, MBA Director of Community Health and Research, University of Arkansas For Medical Sciences