The Resilience In Sport training is all about learning skills to support young people to identify values that are important to them, and to reach their goals in sport and in life. Adolescence is known to be a key developmental period and positive intervention in these years can lead to better outcomes in adulthood. Young people who are able to adjust socially and emotionally are more likely to have better outcomes in school, increased confidence, more positive relationships, better communication skills and are able to persist at challenging tasks.
Dr. Clay Cook, University of Washington / Assistant Professor, Educational Psychology
Sharon Varela, University of Queensland PhD Candidate / Psychologist
Polo DeCano, University of Washington PhD Candidate
Option A: Saturdays, October 13 and 20; 12:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Option B: Tuesdays, October 16 and 23; 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
$55 for affiliates of the Center for Leadership in Athletics; $80 for non-affiliates
Pocock Rowing Center
3320 Fuhrman Ave East, Seattle 98102