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Thursday, June 18 • 5:15pm - 7:45pm
Innate And Extrinsic Resilience As A Motivational Driving Force

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Abstract #278
Innate and Extrinsic Resilience as a Motivational Driving Force
Presenter: Glenn Richardson
Abstract:
The two key resilient experiences to thrive through adversity and challenge include an understanding of the resilient journey or resiliency mapping and the other is to discover innate core and common motivational energy centers within each person, family and organization that will facilitate resilient reintegration. This program will focus on the second experience of discovering innate resilience. The resilience drives that will be discussed include: 1. Essential Resilience as the sensitivity to listen to body messages that guide intuitive movement, eating, and sleep.2. Intellectual Resilience as the drive to understand, to discern, and to resolve.3. Childlike Resilience as the drive to enjoy life through adventure, play, and humor.4. Character Resilience as the drive to be free from guilt by living within a chosen character code.5. Noble Resilience as the drive to feel self-worth through the mechanism of altruism.6. Ecological Resilience as the drive to be enriched from one’s ecosystem (nature, music, animals, people). 7. Universal Resilience is the drive to receive insights and energy from sources beyond normal cognitive capacities. Integrative health modalities can be used to access sources of strength from the collective unconscious, quanta, Qi, or theistic spirit depending upon one’s belief system.

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Glenn Richardson

Professor, University of Utah
Glenn E. Richardson, Full Professor in the Department of Health Promotion and Education, University of is the author of the foundational “Resiliency Model” published in 1990 and “The Metatheory of Resilience and Resiliency” published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology in 2002. He developed Resiliency Training Programs that have demonstrated efficacy with public school children, worksite employees, and people with diabetes. He has... Read More →


Thursday June 18, 2015 5:15pm - 7:45pm
King's Gym Gymnasium, King's College

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