Virtual Workshop: Wielding Your Inner Strengths: Building Your Personal Resilience
Virtual Workshop with National Presenter - Claire Louge, MEd, Executive Director of Prevent Child Abuse Arizona
Life is full of challenges - big and small. Whether we’re facing major loss or just some atrociously bad traffic, life is constantly offering us opportunities to practice resilience. This one-hour, virtual training will focus on what it means to be resilient, and the qualities and practices that predict a person’s ability to thrive despite, or perhaps because of, challenges.
Claire Louge is the Executive Director of Prevent Child Abuse Arizona, a statewide non-profit organization dedicated to strengthening families and protecting children through collaboration, education and advocacy. Claire obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Human Development from Cornell University and her Masters of Education in Human Relations from Northern Arizona University. Claire is also certified by the National Alliance of Children's Trust Funds to teach the Strengthening FamiliesTM Protective Factors Framework, and an authorized Stewards of Children® facilitator. She is a graduate of the American Express Leadership Academy, and has a Certificate of Nonprofit Executive Leadership from the ASU Lodestar Center. She is also an AmeriCorps VISTA alum. Claire volunteers her time by producing theatrical role-playing adventure events for teens.