Put simply, we help the helpers. In order to help build resilience in our world, we need to help guide those that serve and support people impacted by trauma.
Education: We provide evidence-informed programs that translate the language of science into simple and practical tools that grow human resilience.
Research: We conduct research studies and compile research to develop models that advance the field of human resilience.
Advocacy: We convene and facilitate multi-disciplinary collaborations to create innovative solutions that meet today’s most pressing challenges.
The National Resilience Institute wants individuals and communities to feel prepared and empowered to respond to these challenges with resilience and strength. Through our collaborative research, education, and advocacy, we innovate solutions that grow human resilience. It is our hope to put skills and tools into the hands of those who need it most, the helpers, to create a world in which everyone can thrive.
This is Part 2 of a series on The Ultimate Wellbeing in Education Conference (#IPENWellBeingEd) that our CEO, Dr. Mollie Marti, attended in London late last year. Read Part 1 here. Martin Seligman, pictured above, who directs the Positive Psychology Center, gave an overview of the important paradigm shifts we’ve experienced over the past century…
Our CEO, Dr. Mollie Marti, recently represented the National Resilience Institute at The Ultimate Wellbeing in Education Conference (#IPENWellBeingEd) in London. In this blog, she shares key takeaways. A future blog will share highlights from the keynote speaker, Dr. Martin Seligman, a researcher whose body of work includes learned optimism and positive psychology. The…