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Thursday, June 18 • 11:00am - 12:15pm
Plenary by Dr. Michael Ungar and Dr. Linda Liebenberg "The Resilience Research Centre: A Report on Findings and their Application to Practice"

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The Resilience Research Centre: A Report on Findings and their Application to Practice
Speakers: Michael Ungar, Linda Liebenberg
The Pathways to Resilience Research Project examines service use patterns, personal and ecological risk factors, and aspects of resilience of youth across different cultures, contexts, and with complex service histories. This mixed methods study is taking place in Canada, China, Colombia, New Zealand, and South Africa. In all five countries, we partner with communities and service providers to identify: 1) The culturally specific aspects of resilience that young people use to cope with problems; 2) The psychological, social, and environmental risks that young people face; and 3) Young people’s service use patterns, i.e. their use of services like Child Welfare, Corrections, Mental Health, and Special Educational Services, their use of informal supports from their family and communities, and their use of informal services provided by communities and local not-for-profit organizations. This presentation will review findings from the qualitative and quantitative data, discussing the implications for service provision.

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Linda Liebenberg

Linda is a methodologist, whose research examines the use of both image-based methods and mixed method research designs. She also considers how these facilitate an understanding of young people in marginalised contexts, as well as how these data inform instrument development. She has published and presented internationally on resilience related themes relevant to the understanding of youth across cultures and contexts. Her publications include... Read More →
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Michael Ungar

Dr. Michael Ungar wears many professional hats. He is equally well known as the author of books for parents and caregivers as he is for his world-renowned research on the topic of resilience. As a writer he has adapted ideas from his research and clinical practice into best selling works like Too Safe For Their Own Good: How Risk and Responsibility Help Teens Thrive, and his most recent release, I Still Love You: Nine Things... Read More →

Thursday June 18, 2015 11:00am - 12:15pm
McInnes Room Student Union Building, Dalhousie University

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