Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2018

Abstract

We implemented a small series (N = 3) single-case research design to assess the effectiveness of a nine-session positive psychology treatment program for Latina survivors of intimate partner violence. Analysis of participants’ scores on life satisfaction and depression scales using the percentage of non-overlapping data point’s procedure yielded treatment effects indicating that a positive psychology treatment program may be effective for improving life satisfaction for Latina survivors of intimate partner violence. Implications for counselors and researchers are provided.

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© 2020 eGrove. Original publishe version available at https://egrove.olemiss.edu/jcrp/vol3/iss1/6

First Page

72

Last Page

85

Publication Title

Journal of Counseling Research and Practice

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Counseling Commons

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