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School Culture & Wellbeing
DNA-V is an evidence-based model that promotes psychological strength, and that values consistent living, vitality, and success. It is designed to help people cope with challenges, stress, and change. DNA-V can be thought of as a combination of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and positive psychology, and is underpinned by contextual behavioural science. The model is continually being updated as new evidence comes in.
In this questionnaire, people are asked about their beliefs about well-being by indicating the degree to which they believe that certain aspects are a necessary and required aspect of the experience of high well-being and living the good life. It is based on a study that showed that people’s beliefs about wellbeing can affect their actual wellbeing.