Presented by Dr. Michael Ungar and Dr. Linda Liebenberg from April 28th - May 2nd, 2014, this workshop provided a comprehensive review of resilience theory as well as theoretical and methodological approaches (both quantitative and qualitative) to investigate the phenomenon across cultures and contexts. The workshop was designed to equip researchers in academic, government and NGO sectors, as well as graduate students, with the skills and tools to study resilience as a process across lifespans.
From May 5-6, 2014, participants joined Dr. Michael Ungar for a two-day workshop about "Counselling Children, Youth and Families with Complex Needs: An Ecological Approach to Nurturing Resilience across Cultures and Contexts." The workshop demonstrated the application of resilience theory and research to clinical practice.
From May 5-6, 2014, Dr. Linda Liebenberg led this two-day workshop to explore the use of visual methods in research with marginalized populations.