The measurement(s) with The Hope Barometer provide a good basis to define interventions. The score on the seven different dimensions of hope indicates which type of intervention is desired.
This can be in the area of cognitive hope, for example in the form of developing and stimulating self-help at individual level or strengthening institutional hope by working on trust in the institutions.
Our ambition is to further focus on interventions on the social dimension. This aspect is lacking in the regular cognitive-psychological approach. We do however see many opportunities to contribute to current themes such as inclusiveness.The Hope Barometer
The design of interventions is always tailor-made. We make use of other parties from various disciplines such as positive psychology, sociology and change management and of course the knowledge, skills and experience of our own organization. Together we develop an action plan and include a subsequent measurement to provide insight into the effect of the interventions.
Emil Brunner, Theologian
Erich Fromm, Psychologist
Jurgen Moltmann, Theologian
St. Paul, Apostle (Romans 8:24)