Email-based Exercises and Psychological Well-being (1 CE Hour)

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The Effectiveness of Email-Based Exercises in Promoting Psychological Well-being and Healthy Lifestyle

(1 CE Hour)

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Course Description:  The internet and emergence of email has become a stable to today’s society in regards to the dissemination of information. Email-based content allows a large group of people to be reached with a high degree of cost efficiency.  The  use of exercises and interventions that are founded in positive psychology have been indicated by research to improve the psychological wellbeing of individuals. This brief advanced course examines the efficacy of email-based exercises and interventions on promoting the healthy psychological wellbeing of individuals.

Course Author: Bryan Glazier, PhD, LMFT, LMHC

Course Text: Torniainen-Holm, M., Pankakoski, M., Lehto, T., Saarelma, O., Mustonen, P., Joutsenniemi, K., & Suvisaari, J. (2016). The effectiveness of email-based exercises in promoting psychological wellbeing and healthy lifestyle: a two-year follow-up study. BMC Psychol, 4(1). doi:10.1186/s40359-016-0125

Course Goals and Objectives

  1. Identify the importance of emotional wellbeing.
  2. Examine the benefits of positive psychology.
  3. Explore the use of email-based interventions.
  4. Propose the application and benefits of utilizing email based interventions on psychological wellbeing.

This course was developed from the document: Torniainen-Holm, M., Pankakoski, M., Lehto, T., Saarelma, O., Mustonen, P., Joutsenniemi, K., & Suvisaari, J. (2016). The effectiveness of email-based exercises in promoting psychological wellbeing and healthy lifestyle: a two-year follow-up study. BMC Psychol, 4(1). doi:10.1186/s40359-016-0125-4used under the Creative Commons Attribution License (http://goo.gl/9lws9e).