Crisis, desastres naturales y pandemias: contribuciones de Psicología Positiva

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https://doi.org/10.22235/cp.v14i2.2161

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Intervención en crisis, Psicología Positiva, COVID 19, Salud mental

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Dada la naturaleza impredecible de las crisis, pandemias y desastres, se pueden ver varias consecuencias devastadoras en relación con la salud mental de la población después de su ocurrencia. Por esta razón, es importante comprender cómo la psicología puede ayudar a las personas y comunidades que experimentan un evento traumático. Este texto se centrará en los aportes de la psicología positiva en este contexto, dada la actualidad del tema frente a la pandemia global causada por la COVID-19. En este sentido, el texto se organizó con el fin de señalar cómo la aplicación de los constructos de la psicología positiva se puede realizar, considerando tres fases: preparación ante desastres, respuesta a crisis y fase de recuperación. La revisión de la literatura mostró que la psicología positiva puede permitir que las personas crezcan, incluso después de experimentar un evento traumático, ayudándolas a reformular sus experiencias negativas, reflexionar sobre sus prioridades y reevaluar sus valores.

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2020-10-19

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de Cassia Nakano, T. . (2020). Crisis, desastres naturales y pandemias: contribuciones de Psicología Positiva. Ciencias Psicológicas, 14(2), e-2161. https://doi.org/10.22235/cp.v14i2.2161

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