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A powerful double duty event!

Last month, Joint Base Andrews (JBA) held its annual Wingman/Shipmate Day by hosting the National Resilience Institute’s 6th annual Resilience Summit. This is the first time that JBA brought this type of programming on to base and we are honored to partner in efforts to grow resilience and reduce military suicides. We also are grateful

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Schools & Safaris: Resilience in Action, Africa, July 2020

“As we strengthen others, we strengthen ourselves. In collaboration with trusted partners, our professional development trips are designed to grow your resilience through deep rejuvenation, connection with other extraordinary worldmakers, soul enriching experiences, and meaningful opportunities to serve communities in need.” ~Mollie Marti, CEO, National Resilience Institute Our 7 day African adventure focuses on learning

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Youth THRIVE Workshop in New Mexico

17th Annual Family Counseling Center’s Conference (Formerly Challenging Child Conference) Brought to you by: WNMU Early Childhood Programs Early Childhood Family Counseling Center (FCC) THRIVE Workshop: Trauma Informed Resilience Building The THRIVE Resilience Model™, a simple yet holistic model developed by Dr. Mollie Marti, uses six core capacity builders to grow resilience: Trusted adults, High

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6th Annual Resilience Summit: Military Resilience and Well-Being

At the National Resilience Institute, we dedicate ourselves to collaboratively generating solutions to some of America’s greatest psychosocial challenges. One issue has threaded itself through our work from our earliest days as a community resiliency project through our growth as a nonprofit human resilience resource for our nation: suicide prevention. Through rising rates of suicide

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An Invitation to Resilient Leadership

A few years ago, Robert Near, a Veteran working for HealthWest in West Michigan, held a workgroup for CEOs, directors, administrators, and other leaders within his community.  The objective was to facilitate conversations like Peter Block recommends in his book Community: The Structure of Belonging. This is a process of working through issues in a

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Resilient Leadership: Creating a Culture of Resilience

Date And Time: Mon, 1 July 20198:30 AM – 4:00 PM CDT Location: CRST International Mount Mercy Graduate Center1650 Matterhorn Drive NortheastCedar Rapids, IA 52402 Get Direction – View map The objectives for this training are to help participants grow leadership skills, embrace true collaboration and a dedication to workforce resilience, and cultivate cultures of

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Creating Positive Cultures

Note: This is Part 3 of a series on The Ultimate Wellbeing in Education Conference (#IPENWellBeingEd) conference that our CEO, Dr. Mollie Marti, attended in London. Read Part 1 here and Part 2 here. Being a practitioner of positive psychology, I greatly enjoyed hearing Dr. Martin Seligman present his five factor PERMA framework. The following

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Resilience First Aid Series: Community Crisis Response with David Schonfeld…

Wed, 10 April 2019 – 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM CDT Cost: 0$- 25$ Get Tickets Now! LocationCRST International Graduate Center1650 Matterhorn Drive NortheastCedar Rapids, IA 52402 Supporting Children, Adults and Community at Times of Crisis and Loss Crisis and loss are common in the lives of youth, whether due to a death or crisis

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Resiliency and Trauma-Informed Care Symposium

May 22nd, 2019 | 8:15 am – 4:30 pm Cost: $25 Scholarships are available to cover this fee if needed. Please contact Joan Hackbarth at jhackbarth@tanagerplace.org for more information. Hosted by Tanager Place and National Resilience Institute (NRI), we hope you’ll help us celebrate Mental Health Month by attending the Resiliency and Trauma-Informed Care Symposium!

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