Invest in the resilience and wellbeing of your people by leveraging their strengths. Research shows that a strengths focus paves the way to life satisfaction, wellbeing, success and sustainable high performance. People who feel their strengths are well utilized are significantly more adaptable, productive, less stressed, make fewer mistakes, report more positive emotional states and create higher quality work. www.authenticstrengths.com
Note: Park City School District is currently utilizing this program.
The University of Washington Center for Communities That Care distributes the CTC system. We help communities learn about CTC and install it — and offer personalized support in its implementation.
The CTC system consists of web workshops filled with instructional videos, materials, and our latest research, along with ongoing strategic consultation and coaching support to communities and states.
CTC was developed by J. David Hawkins, Ph.D., and Richard F. Catalano Ph.D., through over 20 years of research and collaboration with communities across the country. http://www.communitiesthatcare.net/
Note: Park City is working to implement this model.
The Community Resiliency Model™ (CRM) of the Trauma Resource Institute trains community members to not only help themselves but to help others within their wider social network. The primary focus of this skills-based, stabilization program is to re-set the natural balance of the nervous system. CRM skills help individuals understand their nervous system and learn to read sensations connected to their own well-being, which CRM calls the “Resilient Zone”. CRM’s goal is to help to create “trauma-informed” and “resiliency-focused” communities that share a common understanding of the impact of trauma and chronic stress on the nervous system and how resiliency can be restored or increased using this skills-based approach. www.traumaresourceinstitute.com/community-resiliency-model-crm
Note: Cherry Gulch Therapeutic Boarding School in Emmett, ID has implemented the CRM in their setting.