Simon Duffy interviews Michaela Wegener on Positive Psychology, its relationship to person-centred planning and the advancement of citizenship for all.
Michaela has worked with leaders in the person-centred planning community in Germany and supports education for social care workers. Michaela explains that person-centred planning and positive psychology share an interest in trying to make visible the positive resources for wellbeing that are available to people - but often become invisible in clinical or professional settings.
The publisher is the Centre for Welfare Reform.
Film: Positive Psychology & Person-Centred Planning © Centre for Welfare Reform 2020.
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