Like three strands of a braided vine, positive psychology, psychodrama, and positive psychotherapy have been woven together since their beginnings. Having separate yet connected roots, their combined effect offers evidence-based interventions for improving communities, organizations, and relationships. The foundation of evidence-based positive interventions, and broad interest in these topics, has now provided a platform from which this braided vine can flourish. This article shows the historical roots of these movements and how they intersect, overlap, and mutually inform each other.

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