The PRIMERTM Wellbeing Programme is a scientifically-backed programme focused on enhancing individual well-being and improving their quality of life. The programme covers six key areas:
· Positive emotions
· Identity (Character Strengths)
· Engagement and Stress management
With the aim of equipping individuals with the necessary knowledge and skills, the PRIMERTM Wellbeing Programme acts a protective shield for personal well-being, much like how a primer coat of paint shields against corrosion and rust.
A pilot study was carried out, and results indicated a significant improvement in participants' well-being and resilience. Additionally, the completing the PRIMERTM Wellbeing Programme also led to a decline in participants' stress levels.
Note: The findings of improved well-being for the PRIMERTM Wellbeing Programme are based on a pilot study with 41 participants. Individual results may vary.
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The PRIMERTM Wellbeing Programme is suitable for students (youths) and adults who seek to improve their mental well-being through the application of positive psychology principles and interventions. No previous experience in the field is necessary. However, if you have a pre-existing mental or physical health condition, please let us know so that we can discuss your suitability for the programme.
The PRIMERTM Wellbeing Programme is not a substitute for medical treatment for mental illnesses. This programme focuses on promoting individual well-being through positive psychology knowledge and skills. If you suspect you may have a mental health issue, it is best to seek help from a medical professional or mental health specialist.
Participants will engage with activities from the workbook to apply and reinforce the knowledge gained from the PRIMERTM Wellbeing Programme. These activities are meant to be informative and reflective, but are not formal assessments.