A conversation on how to nurture resilience despite adversity.
Mary Waters-Bilbo, Ed.D., LPC
Associate Professor of Counseling and Psychology
Northeastern State University
Chan Hellman, PhD
Professor, Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work
Director, Hope Research Center, The University of Oklahoma: Tulsa Campus
Chief Resilience Officer
City of Tulsa
Resources from Our Panelists
From Mary Waters-Bilbo:
- Malin, H. (2018). Teaching for Purpose: Preparing Students for Lives of Meaning. Cambridge University Press - This book includes research about low income and minoritized students having larger purpose scores than other students. Having a purpose can help undergird all the components of hope referenced by Dr. Hellman’s research.
The Greater Good Science Center at the University of California at Berkeley - This center takes the findings of well-being and publishes these findings in an accessible way. Embedded in this research, is a strengths-based lens.
From Chan Hellman:
- Dr. Suess, Resilience, and the Science of HOPE by Chan Hellman, Ph.D. and Casey Gwinn, J.D.
- Hope Rising: Part Two
- Hope Rising: Part Three
- Pathways of Hope e4: The Science of Hope and Hope Theory Explained
- Pathways of Hope e5: Hope and Education
- Pathways o Hope e6: Measuring Hope
From Krystal Reyes:
- Characteristics of Resilient Systems (from 100 Resilient Cities)
- Seven Characteristic of Resilient Cities (from the Mayor's Office of Resilience and Equity Implementation Update)