Posts Tagged ‘psychotherapy and happiness’

HealthDay (http://tinyurl.com/psychotherapy-and-happiness 11/28, Preidt) reported that,¬† “psychological therapy may be much more effective at making people happy than getting a raise or winning a lottery prize.” University of Warwick “researchers analyzed data on thousands of people who provided information about their mental well-being and found that the increase in happiness from a $1,329 course of therapy was so significant that it would take a pay raise of more than $41,542 to achieve an equal boost in well-being.” This “suggests that therapy could be as much as 32 times more cost-effective at improving well-being than simply getting more money,” the¬†researchers said.

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