Charity Returns to its Roots to Lead Community Resilience Event in Mount Vernon
Cedar Rapids, IA — The National Resilience Institute (NRI) will provide a Community Resiliency THRIVE Workshop on Thursday and Friday, February 20-21 at the Lester Buresh Family Community Wellness Center in Mount Vernon. Trainers include Dr. Mollie Marti, a psychologist and long-time resident of Mount Vernon. She will be joined by Paula Stephens, Director of
THRIVE Workshop: Community and Youth Resilience
THRIVE Workshop focused on building personal resilience and being a champion for others About this Event When: Thu, 20 Feb 2020, 8:00 AM 3:30 PM – Fri, 21 Feb 2020, 8:00 AM CST – 12:00 PM CST Where: Lester Buresh Family Community Wellness Center 855 Palisades Road Southwest Mount Vernon, IA 52314 (Directions) Buy Tickets
Changing Lives in Real Time
We want to tell you a story about a recent THRIVE Workshop participant who reminded us of the power of taking inspired action toward our big why… but first some context. Using a trauma informed framework, NRI teaches how to engage with people in a way that acknowledges the role that trauma or toxic stress
Youth THRIVE Jump Start! Workshop
Thursday, October 18, 2018 4:00PM – 6:30PM BST Location: Kagyu Samye Dzong London Tibetan Buddhist Meditation Centre 15 Spa Road, London, SE16 3SA, United Kingdom Seating is limited, register today! Youth THRIVE Jump Start! introduces a research-informed framework to create an environment in your school, organization or community that enables young people to thrive.
THRIVE: Trauma Informed Tools for Youth Resilience
Event: July 25, 2018 – Cedar Rapids, IA – Admission: FREE (pre-registration required) This workshop uses the THRIVE Resilience Model™ framework and provides actionable tools to support caring adults. Seating is limited. REGISTER TODAY!
Deepening our National Dialogue on ACEs and Trauma Informed Resilience
By: Mollie Marti, PhD, JD A recent 60 Minutes segment with correspondent Oprah Winfrey, has served to powerfully broaden our national conversation around Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), the impact of childhood trauma, and the possibilities of human resilience. Oprah traveled to her childhood hometown of Milwaukee, where she learned about the body of research that