Initiative Description: The gratitude intervention was based on self-reflection for enhanced self-awareness that involved participants keeping a weekly log of three good things that happened to them during the week, and recording them using a count-your-blessings form. The were then asked to reflect on these good things using three Naikan-meditation-like questions
Study Results: Increased life satisfaction, Increased personal accomplishment, reduced emotional exhaustion, reduced depersonalization.
Reference: Chan, D. W. (2011). Burnout and life satisfaction: Does gratitude intervention make a difference among Chinese school teachers in Hong Kong? Educational Psychology,
Level of Evidence: Good