Resilience is not a buzzword, it’s an actionable concept that every family support professional and paraprofessional needs to understand for managing stress and avoiding burnout.
The R2 Resilience Program® — developed by Dr. Michael Unger and colleagues at the Resilience Research Centre in Nova Scotia — is a simple research-based framework that helps identify and strengthen protective factors that can build stamina.
This lunchtime series will begin with an introduction of the R2 Resilience Program® and its 52 protective factors. Participants will be asked to complete two resilience self-assessments and will create a personal resource map identifying areas of strength and areas for improvement. The three follow-up sessions are based on participants’ identification of protective factors that they would like to learn more about. Integrating small group work and dialogue, these follow-up sessions will further develop understanding of how to build resilience to enhance overall well-being.
Dates and Times
February 2, 9, 16 and 23, 2023 from 12:00 to 1:30 PM
About the Facilitator
Kevin Chin, Ph.D., is an Educational Psychologist with more than 20 years of valuable contributions in the not-for-profit sector. Kevin is the Manager, Resilience, Health and Well-being in the People and Workplace Strategies Branch of the B.C. Public Service. Prior to moving to the West Coast, he worked in the child welfare sector at the provincial level, designing and developing training for new child welfare professionals in Ontario.
The price of this training is per person. This training is not guaranteed to run. We need a minimum number of people in order to run it.
This training will be taking place online via Zoom. Registered participants will be emailed a meeting link.