The Science & Power of Hope
Learn how you can build hope for yourself and others!
Presenter: Dr. Chan Hellman
Chan Hellman, Ph.D., is a professor, quantitative psychologist, and the Director of The Hope Research Center at the University of Oklahoma. He has studied hope and resilience for more than 15 years.
DATE: May 25, 2021
TIME: 12:00 PM—4:00 PM
Hope is real, hope is measurable, and hope is malleable. In Whatcom County, youth who demonstrate higher hope:
- Do better in school
- Report less substance use
- Experience less anxiety and depression
Learn how motivation and pathways are keys to achieving goals and experiencing a better life.
Continuing Education Units and Clock Hours are available (pending approval).
For questions, please contact Ashley Geleynse at
This training is made possible by:
Whatcom County Health Department, Ferndale Community Coalition, Mount Baker Community Coalition, Birch Bay Blaine Thrives!, Whatcom Prevention Coalition, Regional Youth Marijuana Prevention Network, Washington State Health Care Authority, and Washington State Department of Health.
Funding provided by:
North Sound Region Youth Marijuana Prevention Program, coordinated by Whatcom County Health Department, and funded by Washington State Department of Health through Dedicated Marijuana Account funds.
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Clock Hours (NWESD)
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