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Anatomy of Positive Experience: Brief Outline

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Rob Kall, M.ED. contact rob@futurehealth.org

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Rob is the publisher of positivepsychology.net and has been involved with Positive Psychology since the early 1980's at least as early as 1981. He gave his first presentation at a national professional meeting in 1985, and offered workshops, (more...)
 

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