New York, NY (PRWEB) March 2, 2011
The first breakup and divorce support program based on science has been created by Amelie Chance. Entitled “Step to Heal,” this 15-step video course helps its users restore their happiness and emotional well-being. The science behind “Step to Heal” is positive psychology, a branch of psychology that has emerged in the last decade.
Most branches of the psychology field focus primarily on what's “wrong” with someone, such as the emotional problems they may be experiencing. These methods have the potential to make a bad situation worse, by drawing further attention to negative emotions and experiences that are already producing significant stress.
Positive psychology takes a different approach. This branch of psychology concerns itself with positive emotions, building happiness and fulfillment, and increasing performance and potential. This science works by making people a productive part of their healing process, relying on action and gradual progress to produce results.
The “Step to Heal” course uses the science of positive psychology to help users get over a broken heart. The course was created by #1 Amazon best-selling author Amelie Chance, who co-authored 2009's Overcomers Inc: True Stories of Hope, Courage and Inspiration.
Chance studied positive psychology's scientific methodology to help herself get over a broken heart, after continuing to suffer from depression, anxiety and other emotional health issues for more than 2 years after her divorce. After finally finding relief using these principles, Chance pursued formal training on the subject. She is now a Certified Coach of Positive Psychology, and has devoted her career to helping others restore their happiness after heartbreak.
Particularly in breakups of serious relationships or divorce, people lose more than love. They may also be losing their best friend, their family, or even elements of their lifestyle. This makes for a devastating blow, which greatly complicates the healing process. Each detail of the breakup experience can have negative feelings such as sadness and anxiety intertwined with them. The 15 modules in the “Step to Heal” course use positive psychology to untangle these connections and help users gradually rebuild the habit of happiness.
“Step to Heal” is a results-driven course, requiring users to participate in their healing process by performing actions at each step. Not only does this system assist in rebuilding the happiness and personal fulfillment necessary to get over a broken heart, it also teaches and reinforces methods that helps users continue to be emotionally healthy after completing the course.
Find out about the details of the program here: http://steptoheal.healmybrokenheart.com