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Promoting Resilience After Stroke in Dyads

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Testing a Positive Psychology-based Intervention for Couples Coping With Stroke

This study aims to pilot test an 8-week, self-administered dyadic (couples-based) positive psychology intervention for couples coping with stroke using a randomized, waitlist control design. Mood and well-being will be assessed pre- and post-intervention, and at 3-month follow-up. It is expected that both partners will demonstrate improvement in mood and well-being.

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Behavioral - Dyadic (couples-based) positive psychology intervention

Self-administered behavioral intervention in which participants complete at least 2 activities alone and 2 together each week for 8 weeks. Positive psychology activities include expressing gratitude, practicing acts of kindness, fostering relationships, working toward a goal, focusing on the positive, spirituality, and savoring.

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Pilot Testing a Positive Psychology-based Intervention for Couples Coping With Stroke: Promoting Resilience After Stroke in Dyads (RESToreD)

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NCT03335358

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