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Sustainable Resilience Solutions
Through our work with many passionate and well-meaning organizations, we have seen that the norm is to implement piecemeal or stop gap measures fueled by a desire to alleviate human suffering. While we understand this desire, our communities deserve and will benefit from supports that truly build strength and capacity in sustainable ways.
THRIVE Resilience Model™ Training
The THRIVE Resilience Model™, developed by our founder and CEO Dr. Mollie Marti, PhD. is an evidence-informed model that helps you put hands and feet to the resilience building process. In our THRIVE training, we help you understand what resilience is and how to build it, giving you practical strategies to try along the way. Interested in participating in a THRIVE training?
Youth & Family THRIVE Training
Youth and Family THRIVE equips those who care for and teach our youth, whether personally or professionally, to support youth in building resilience while gaining skills to manage stress and grow their own wellness along the way. The evidence-informed THRIVE Resilience Model™ has been shown to improve the understanding of resilience, the level of resilience skills and wellness outcomes in teachers, parents and caregivers.
Click here to see data from a recent Youth and Family THRIVE series.
Veteran & Military THRIVE Training
Veteran and Military THRIVE helps your military community tap its potential to strengthen relationships, build resilience skills and grow capacity to withstand stress and adversity. Using our research-based THRIVE Resilience Model™ as a framework, your community can gain practical tools to help active military, veterans, and military families increase help-seeking, improve wellness, grow resilience and ultimately reduce loss by suicide.
Seniors THRIVE Training
Seniors THRIVE teaches practical, proven practices to intentionally build environments that help caregivers cultivate trusted relationships, manage stress, build hope, cope with adversity, find meaning in hardship, and grow personal resilience skills. Our aging population has unique needs that must be met and supported to realize improved physical, social, and emotional health outcomes. Those who care for older adults, whether personally or professionally, also need support to manage stress, maintain wellness, and be emotionally available as caregivers.
Workplace THRIVE Training
Workplace THRIVE is a virtual professional learning program that helps staff prepare for, adapt to and grow through adversity. Built upon our research-based THRIVE model, this series delivers practical tools and strategies to grow personal resilience and strengthen relationships throughout the workplace.
Customized THRIVE Programs
We created the Pandemic Parenting program to help parents and caregivers navigate the specific challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Program participants learned strategies and tips to deal with stress, help kids manage increased screen time and more.
Educator THRIVE: Pandemic Resilience
Educator THRIVE: Pandemic Resilience was designed to equip school staff with tools needed to prepare for, adapt to and grow through the changing environment caused by COVID-19. Implemented in professional learning settings, Educator THRIVE provided meaningful content that increased participants’ feelings of purpose and value.
2022 Impact Report
The past year has continued to dish up uncertainty and unrest around the globe, challenging many people’s capacity to deal with the demands in their lives. What was Worldmaker’s role in helping to navigate such an unpredictable, tumultuous and fragmented world?
Worldmaker joined forces with the helpers to utilize the evidence-based THRIVE Resilience Model™ to equip people to prepare for, adapt to and grow through today’s adversities.
Sharing Stories to Heal and Help Others
This blog was written by Dr. Mollie Marti, Worldmaker Founder and CEO. In a 2020 NY Times Opinion titled, “The Losses We Share”, Meghan Markle candidly shared how she struggled to see how she would heal after experiencing a miscarriage.
Burnout Q&A with Eileen McDargh
Eileen McDargh is the CEO (Chief Energy Officer) of The Resiliency Group and author of seven books, including Burnout to Breakthrough: Building Resilience to Refuel, Recharge, and Reclaim What Matters. She sat down with Dr. Mollie Marti to discuss burnout
Toxic Positivity vs. Realistic Optimism
No one likes a Negative Nellie. On the other hand, a person who constantly tries to sweep the negative under the rug can feel dismissive or perhaps out of touch with reality. Often, this unbridled positivity or refusal to acknowledge