Last updated on 15th May 2019
I'm running a ten-session training, starting next week, called "How to live well - a shared exploration". Here's a link to a description of the first evening - "How to live well: 1st meeting - values, self-determination theory, roles & goals". Before, during & after the course, there's encouragement to fill in questionnaires. This is suggested for at least three reasons. One is that when we measure something, we tend to pay more attention to it. Keeping track is often a therapeutic intervention in its own right. Secondly we're using questionnaires to see if changes in our behaviours actually produce the improvements we're hoping for.