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Efc: Science of Hope
This presentation will introduce the science of hope and its ability to 1: buffer adversity and stress, 2: lead to positive outcomes, and 3: is a strength that can be nurtured with targeted intervention. Hope is an important protective factor that enables individuals and families to thrive. Hope is also an important coping resource to vicarious trauma and burnout among service providers. This workshop will present the science of Hope as a psychological strength in our ability to cope with traumatic experiences and flourish toward future goals. This presentation will show how (1) hope predicts adaptive outcomes, (2) hope buffers the effects of adversity, and (3) hope can be influenced and sustained. This workshop will also present “hands-on” tools to assess and nurture hope across the lifespan. Attendees will be invited to participate in small group discussions looking at their work from a hope centered approach. Attendees will also be asked to examine how they are a pathway for clients to achieve goals and how they can help clients see them as pathways and not barriers.

Hope Centered Education
This presentation will show how (1) hope predicts adaptive outcomes, (2) hope buffers the effects of adversity, and (3) hope can be influenced and sustained. This workshop will also present “hands-on” tools to assess and nurture hope across the lifespan. Attendees will be invited to participate in small group discussions looking at their work from a hope centered approach. Attendees will also be asked to examine how they are a pathway for students to achieve goals and how they can help students see them as pathways and not barriers.

Mar 24, 2020 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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