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ResWell Multi-National Resilience & Wellbeing Research Collaboration
“Together we catalyze change by turning visionary ideasinto implementable actions”

VUCAH-Syndemics Working Group
Vision Statement:

  • Empowering Individuals in a Dynamic World of Wholistic Well-being

  • We envision a world where individuals thrive amidst the challenges of a VUCAH (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, Ambiguity, and Hyper-connectivity) landscape.

  • The ResWell – Resilience and Well-being working group is dedicated to pioneering innovative approaches that foster wholistic synergies between meta-cognition, iconic communication, and resonance therapeutics.

  • Our common vision is to lead the way in alleviating together anxiety, obsession, panic, burnout, and stress, all of which are exacerbated by syndemic factors.

  • By embracing cutting-edge techniques and collaboration, we aim to empower individuals to navigate their lives with resilience, awareness, authenticity, and lasting well-being.

VUCAH-Syndemics Working Group
Mission Statement:

Cultivating Synergistic Transformation for Lasting Resilience and Well-being.

The mission of the ResWell working group is to revolutionize the approach to resilience and well-being in the face of syndemic challenges within a VUCAH world. Our interdisciplinary team of experts, united by a passion for positive change, is committed to:

  • Research and Innovation
  • Collaborative Partnerships
  • Education with Empowerment
  • Inclusivity and Accessibility
  • Ethical and Sustainable Solutions
  • Impact and Advocacy
  • Positive Parenting Communication

Through our relentless global pursuit of knowledge, innovation, and collaboration, this ResWell VUCAH-Syndemics working group is dedicated to catalyzing transformative change in the lives of individuals, fostering resilience, and nurturing enduring well-being in an ever-evolving world.

December 13, 2023

Replay: Reswell-VUCAH Working Group - Kick-off Meeting

The Reswell-VUCAH Working Group held its inaugural meeting on Wednesday, December 13, 2023. The meeting saw a diverse group of members, each of whom introduced themselves and shared their hopes and visions for the group. A key part of the meeting involved agreeing on the logo, vision, mission, and goals of the group. The meeting also featured presentations by Mia Buzariashvili on the psychological and physiological effects of each VUCAH component and by Salome Dumbadze about her Ph.D. and Georgian VUCAH Group. The meeting ended with discussions about monitoring the VUCAH crisis situation in Israel and proposing new VUCAH research projects, setting the stage for future collaboration and innovation in the field.

January 25, 2024

Replay: Reswell-VUCAH Working Group -Monthly Meeting

The RESWELL VUCAH WORKING GROUP monthly meeting started at 8:00 PM Israel time, as a reminder that it would always be on the fourth Thursday of each month. The meeting started with a warm welcome to all attendees, followed by introductions from new participants.

The focus shifted to the significant disruption VUCAH has caused to all economic models, necessitating the creation of a new model. The group intended to collaborate with economists and welcomed suggestions for potential candidates. New proposed projects were also discussed, such as surveying all Resilience Testing instruments.

Manana reported on “The language of Resilience,” sparking a ten-minute Q&A session.

The meeting wrapped up with an open floor for 12 minutes, allowing members to share their thoughts freely. Closing remarks were made at 9:00 PM, marking the end of a productive and engaging meeting.

February 22, 2024

Replay: Reswell-VUCAH Working Group - Monthly Meeting

The meeting illuminated the integral role of social connectivity and the principles of positive psychology in the cultivation of resilience. Emphasizing mindfulness, calmness, and proactive behavior as key strategies for personal growth and overcoming obstacles, the discourse also pointed towards the necessity of validated technologies and rigorous research to ascertain the efficacy of various interventions. The collaborative spirit of the working group shone through as they advocated for a unified effort in sharing knowledge and resources, aiming to foster innovation and validate new technological solutions. With the ambitious goal of developing a global diagnostic tool to assess well-being, the group is exploring the potential of existing surveys, questionnaires, and cutting-edge technologies like biofeedback and music therapy to mitigate anxiety, stress, and PTSD. The emphasis on prevention, trust-building, and quick, effective interventions further highlighted the group’s commitment to enhancing the well-being and resilience of individuals facing the challenges posed by a VUCAH world.

March 28, 2024

Replay: Reswell-VUCAH Working Group - Monthly Meeting

In this video, you’ll meet a group of individuals from around the world who are passionate about mental wellness and psychology. Mia, a second-year psychology student and coordinator of the VUCAH Reswell Group, is joined by Salome, a PhD candidate in positive psychology, Nerida, a consultant psychologist from Australia, Anna, a clinical and forensic psychologist from Ecuador, and Isaac, an Agile coach working on business-facing mental wellness initiatives. Throughout the video, each participant shares their background and current projects related to mental wellness. They discuss their progress on the language of resilience, defining resilience, and adapting EVOKE cards and ideas into business trainings. The meeting also highlights Salome’s presentation titled Positive Parenting During Crisis. Despite being from different parts of the world, these individuals are united in their dedication to promoting mental wellness and resilience.

April 25, 2024

Replay: The Neuroscience of Resilience by Professor Gerry Leisman

Join keynote speaker Prof. Gerry Leisman for a compelling one-hour webinar exploring the rich intersection of the VUCA framework and the human brain’s resilient response.

Unlock the secrets of resilience within the complex tapestry of neurology and learn to nurture this invaluable trait in all walks of life. Perfect for mental health professionals, educators, HR managers, and anyone eager to apply neuroscience to enhance resilience across various environments.

Key Takeaways:

  • Dissect the VUCAH framework’s impact on resilience
  • Discover the neurological pathways of human adaptability
  • Practical strategies for building resilience grounded in science
  • Networking with pioneering professionals
  • Contribute to vital conversations in mental health and well-being

May 30, 2024

Replay: Reswell-VUCAH Working Group - Monthly Meeting

During the meeting, Coty discussed the preparation for our two symposiums (one in English and one in Spanish) for the 45th International Conference of the Stress, Trauma, Anxiety, and Resilience Society (STAR) scheduled from July 24-26, 2024, at the University of North Carolina in Charlotte, USA. She also reported on our ResWell VUCA+H research progress and led a discussion on potential speakers for future events. Additionally, a member specializing in holistic medicine, hypnosis, and regression therapy emphasized the importance of using different methods to help people overcome blocks in their lives. The discussion also covered the challenges of providing support in Israel, particularly related to PTSD and war fatigue, and mentioned the need for innovative and multimodal approaches to address these challenges.

Disclaimer:

By attending this informational course, I agree and acknowledge that the informative program that I am attending is a philanthropic noncommercial effort offered by the Mental Wellness Society, and I will not engage in any activities to monetize or portray myself as a mental health professional or crisis counselor, unless otherwise certified to do so. This program is designed to provide maximum information in a short time, consisting of non-certifying sessions and access to an online multimedia open-source library to equip me with knowledge on how to be helpfully caring and attentive to others in crisis. I understand that The Mental Wellness Society cannot be held responsible for any consequences resulting from my voluntary choice to help others.

I recognize that the training I receive is not equivalent to a trauma or psychological certification. In the event of discomfort within myself or discomfort from others dealing with me, I commit to recommending consultation with professional healthcare providers without hesitation.

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