Promoting Well-Being: Linking Personal, Organizational, and Community Change
The only book that links psychological wellness with organizational and community health, "Promoting Well-Being" provides you with important insight into how these domains interact as well as strategies for helping clients harness the benefits of these interactions. It is an essential tool for psychologists, counselors, social workers, human service professionals, public health professionals, and students in these fields.
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Linking Personal Organizational and Community Change Part II Personal WellBeing
Linking Personal Organizational and Community Change Part III Organizational WellBeing
Linking Personal Organizational and Community Change Part IV Community WellBeing
Linking Personal Organizational and Community Change Part V Challenges and Conclusions
Linking Personal Organizational and Community Change Author Index
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