Over 2,000 research studies have shown that hope is the #1 predictor of future well-being outcomes. Simply stated, high hope individuals are more likely to be healthier, happier in their jobs, and more fulfilled in life than their lower hope peers. Hope is easily defined, easily measured, and easily taught and practiced. Participants will learn how to apply hope science to their own lives and in those around them.
Presented in partnership with Trauma Matters Omaha
Once checkout is complete, you will be routed to your dashboard. You must now select which session to attend. Click the course title to see course details. Then click Content near the top. Then click the purple course title, which should be #1 in the content list. Then click the purple “Register” button. Select the session you’d like to attend. Confirm the session in the popup by clicking “Register.”
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– January 17, 9-11am Webinar
– February 29, 1-3pm at Project Harmony
– April 15, 1-3pm Webinar
– May 2, 9-11am Webinar
– June 24, 1-3pm at Project Harmony
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- Accurately define hope
- Assess hope in themselves and others
- Identify strategies by which they can build hope in themselves and others