On...
Resilience
David Walczyk
Design | Consciousness
C.G. Jung Institute of NY
What is resilience?
What are factors that lead to resilience?
How is the capacity for resilience built?
Does culture effec...
What is resilience?
What are factors that lead to resilience?
How is the capacity for resilience built?
Does culture effec...
the capacity to cope with stress and
adversity.
the belief in oneself and, at the same time,
in something larger than oneself.
good outcomes despite serious
threats to well-being.
resilience is the capacity of individuals to
navigate their way to health-enhancing
resources and the capacity of individu...
resilience is the capacity of individuals to
navigate their way to health-enhancing
resources THE STRENGTH OF THE EGO-
SEL...
resilience is not a trait that people have
or don’t have. it involves behaviors,
thoughts, and actions that can be learned...
What is resilience?
What are factors that lead to resilience?
How is the capacity for resilience built?
Does culture effec...
Caring and supportive relationships
within and outside the family.
the capacity/challenge for a person to
maintain self-esteem.
the capacity to adapt successfully.
belief in yourself as capable and
competent.
the capacity to respond actively and
creatively to adversity.
refrain from blaming themselves for
what has gone wrong.
being flexible yet balanced.
What is resilience?
What are factors that lead to resilience?
How is the capacity for resilience built?
Does culture effec...
There seems to be many models.
Let’s look at two...
APA Ten ways to Build Resilience
(The road to Resilience)
1. Make connections
2. Avoid seeing crises as insurmountable pro...
Edith H. Grotberg
A Guide to Promoting Resilience in Children:
Strengthening the Human Spirit
I HAVE
• People around me I ...
What is resilience?
What are factors that lead to resilience?
How is resilience built?
Does culture effect resilience?
Yes.
discursively.
constructively.
Thanks.
resilience
expressed
alchemically
Expressed.
Thanks.
www.davidwalczyk.com
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  1. 1. On... Resilience David Walczyk Design | Consciousness C.G. Jung Institute of NY
  2. 2. What is resilience? What are factors that lead to resilience? How is the capacity for resilience built? Does culture effect resilience?
  3. 3. What is resilience? What are factors that lead to resilience? How is the capacity for resilience built? Does culture effect resilience?
  4. 4. the capacity to cope with stress and adversity.
  5. 5. the belief in oneself and, at the same time, in something larger than oneself.
  6. 6. good outcomes despite serious threats to well-being.
  7. 7. resilience is the capacity of individuals to navigate their way to health-enhancing resources and the capacity of individuals’ physical and social ecologies to provide those resources in meaningful ways.
  8. 8. resilience is the capacity of individuals to navigate their way to health-enhancing resources THE STRENGTH OF THE EGO- SELF AXIS and the capacity of individuals’ physical and social ecologies to provide those resources in meaningful ways THE QUALITY OF THE VESSEL.
  9. 9. resilience is not a trait that people have or don’t have. it involves behaviors, thoughts, and actions that can be learned and developed in anyone.
  10. 10. What is resilience? What are factors that lead to resilience? How is the capacity for resilience built? Does culture effect resilience?
  11. 11. Caring and supportive relationships within and outside the family.
  12. 12. the capacity/challenge for a person to maintain self-esteem.
  13. 13. the capacity to adapt successfully.
  14. 14. belief in yourself as capable and competent.
  15. 15. the capacity to respond actively and creatively to adversity.
  16. 16. refrain from blaming themselves for what has gone wrong.
  17. 17. being flexible yet balanced.
  18. 18. What is resilience? What are factors that lead to resilience? How is the capacity for resilience built? Does culture effect resilience?
  19. 19. There seems to be many models. Let’s look at two...
  20. 20. APA Ten ways to Build Resilience (The road to Resilience) 1. Make connections 2. Avoid seeing crises as insurmountable problems 3. Accept that change is a part of living 4. Move toward your goals 5. Take decisive actions 6. Look for opportunities for self-discovery 7. Nurture a positive view of yourself 8. Keep things in perspective 9. Maintain a hopeful outlook 10. Take care of yourself
  21. 21. Edith H. Grotberg A Guide to Promoting Resilience in Children: Strengthening the Human Spirit I HAVE • People around me I trust and who love me, no matter what • People who set limits for me so I know when to stop before there is danger or trouble • People who show me how to do things right by the way they do things • People who want me to learn to do things on my own • People who help me when I am sick, in danger or need to learn I AM • A person people can like and love • Glad to do nice things for others and show my concern • Respectful of myself and others • Willing to be responsible for what I do • Sure things will be all right I CAN • Talk to others about things that frighten me or bother me • Find ways to solve problems that I face • Control myself when I feel like doing something not right or dangerous • Figure out when it is a good time to talk to someone or to take action • Find someone to help me when I need it
  22. 22. What is resilience? What are factors that lead to resilience? How is resilience built? Does culture effect resilience?
  23. 23. Yes.
  24. 24. discursively.
  25. 25. constructively.
  26. 26. Thanks. resilience expressed alchemically Expressed.
  27. 27. Thanks. www.davidwalczyk.com

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