This article demonstrates: 1. How to track changes during psychotherapy using a wide variety of measures drawn from the fields of positive, cognitive and spiritual psychology and well-being. This assessment approach was first discussed over 20 years ago. (Friedman, 1982a: Friedman, 1982b) 2. How substantial and often dramatic changes in these measures can be demonstrated in a short time by using interventions drawn from the fields of cognitive, positive, spiritual and energy psychology. Many of these interventions can be found in the following articles, book and manual (Friedman, 1989; Friedman, 2000; Friedman, 2001; Friedman, 2002). 3. How forgiveness and gratitude play a key role in these changes in addition to major shifts in the energy of the clients. 4. How the Miracle Goal and One Question Question, the Psychological Uplifter, Pressure Point Therapy and the 16 Step Forgiveness Process can help catalyze substantial and often dramatic change in a short period of time.