Positive Psychological Approaches to Disaster: Meaning, Resilience, and Posttraumatic Growth
Written by prominent proponents of disaster mental health and/or positive psychology, this comprehensive book examines disaster mental health and positive psychology in the context of natural and technological disasters. Chapters in the first section focus on applications of meaning and resilience in the area of disaster mental health, both serving as primary examples of applications of positive psychology and related frameworks. Later chapters focus more specifically on key aspects of disaster mental health, including the importance of preparedness, training, and special populations. Contributors consistently align their insights with positive psychological approaches, either by explicitly referencing their relevance or alluding less directly to themes in positive psychology.
Schulenberg, Stefan, "Positive Psychological Approaches to Disaster: Meaning, Resilience, and Posttraumatic Growth" (2020). Liberal Arts Faculty Books. 203.