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2 Resilience in mental health: A key to many puzzles Preetanjan Grewal PUBH 691V: Prevention Through Resiliency Instructor: Judith Sedgeman West Virginia University

3 Resilience Innate capability of living in an agreeable and socially acceptable way with positive affects in spite of present or past stress or trauma

4 Psychosocial factors that influence the “Resilience factor” Positive outlook Social support Hardiness Self enhancement Active coping style Moral compass Cognitive flexibility

5 Positive outlook Utilization of cognitive-behavioral strategies to enhance optimism and decrease pessimism Fredrickson, B. L. (2003). The Value of Positive Emotions. American Scientist,

6 Social support Developing and nurturing friendships, seeking resilient role models and learning from them. Haglund M, Cooper N, Southwick S, Charney D. 6 Keys to resilience for PTSD and everyday stress. Current Psychiatry 2007; 6(4):23-30.

7 Hardiness Hardiness’ or ‘toughness’ helps to buffer extreme stress. Bonanno, G. A. (2004). Loss, Trauma, and Human Resilience. Have We Underestimated the Human Capacity to Thrive After Extremely Aversive Events, American Psychologist, Vol. No.1,

8 Self-enhancement Holding an over-high personal opinion of self Bonanno, G. A. (2004). Loss, Trauma, and Human Resilience. Have We Underestimated the Human Capacity to Thrive After Extremely Aversive Events, American Psychologist, Vol. No.1,

9 Avoid Self Blame

10 Active coping style Method of problem-solving and managing emotions that accompany stress Haglund M, Cooper N, Southwick S, Charney D. 6 Keys to resilience for PTSD and everyday stress. Current Psychiatry 2007; 6(4):23-30.

11 Perspective is Important

12 Moral compass Developing and living by meaningful principles and putting them into action through altruism Haglund M, Cooper N, Southwick S, Charney D. 6 Keys to resilience for PTSD and everyday stress. Current Psychiatry 2007; 6(4):23-30.

13 Congnitive flexibility Considerate approach to find good in adverse situations and an attempt to remain flexible in one’s approach to solving problems Haglund M, Cooper N, Southwick S, Charney D. 6 Keys to resilience for PTSD and everyday stress. Current Psychiatry 2007; 6(4):23-30.

14 Concept of Innate Health Three Principles - Mind - Thought - Consciousness Sedgeman, J. (2000). The Power Behind Willpower, 1-4

15 Relevance of Understanding the Principles of Innate Health Mental Health Providers Consumers

16 Conclusion……Prozac Nation..!

17 Thanks


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