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  • Post date: January 6, 2017
    Newsletter LibraryCheck out our final newsletter from December 2016!Also, check out our favorite new resources:

  • Post date: April 13, 2016
    As Personal Safety Nets (PSN) has been transitioning we've attempted to compile all we've learned onto this website, in a way that is useful to as many as possible.

  • Post date: December 30, 2015

  • Post date: December 30, 2015
    PSN Scavenger Hunt

  • Post date: December 30, 2015
    First, ways to respond: Yes, no, explanation, none, curt, alternative, apology...

  • Post date: December 30, 2015
    Group Action ExerciseNote: These scenarios can be used in a class situation (assign individuals and/or groups to do one or more) and follow up with a discussion for the entire class, or simply considered by the classroom in an open discussion. They can also be given as homework or research assignments.

  • Post date: December 23, 2015
    Agenda OverviewWhat is a personal safety net (PSN)? Why is a PSN vital to our well-being and our ability to navigate life and PSN its challenges and changes with resiliency and support?8 Pillars of ResilienceWhat Research Says About Working in Groups

  • Post date: December 23, 2015
    Agenda OverviewWhat is a personal safety net (PSN)? Why is a PSN vital to our well-being and our ability to navigate life and PSN its challenges and changes with resiliency and support?8 Pillars of ResilienceAsking for HelpUsing a Wallet Card HANDOUTS/ACTIVITIES

  • Post date: December 23, 2015
    Agenda OverviewWhat is a personal safety net (PSN)? Why is a PSN vital to our well-being and our ability to navigate life and PSN its challenges and changes with resiliency and support?8 Pillars of ResilienceUsing a Wallet Cards HANDOUTS/ACTIVITIES

  • Post date: December 23, 2015
    Agenda Overview 

  • Post date: December 23, 2015
    Surveys reveal that Americans have, on average, very few trusted confidants in our lives. Forty years ago, we had six to seven, now it's two to three. If you thought you were alone searching for trusting relationships, you're not. You're in the majority.