Central East MHTTC
Resilience is a multidimensional concept and dynamic process that can help an individual cope with adversity and engage in the mental health recovery process. Definitions and conceptualizations of “resilience”, however, are not without issue and it is imperative to recognize that resilience involves personal, external/structural, and other influences. Resilience work has grown in the psychosis field (e.g., people diagnosed with, or at risk for, schizophrenia-spectrum disorders) — with goals of helping individuals cope with distressing mental health experiences, stigma, etc.– and this webinar will cover some of the recent advances in this field, including recommendations related to direct clinical care, provider burnout, advocacy, and research. REGISTER HERE.