Workbook Testimonials

“It is so exciting to have such a great tool! Such an enlightening, life-changing book. Highly recommend. What a bargain!”

Dave Hipp,

Wingman Advocate
Hill Air Force Base, UT

“This is an amazing resource! I attended a workshop conducted by Nan Henderson and the information was invaluable! I kept hoping that there would be a workbook I could use with community college students, and here it is! The workbook is a perfect combination of connecting background information and theory with practical activities. Thanks for this excellent workbook!"

Shana Berger,

Project Manager, Connect2Complete
Boston, MA

“I read your workbook over the weekend and was most impressed with your clear and responsible approach to resiliency. I wish everyone had these tools at their disposal! How much more beautiful our world would be!"

Steve Schaick,

Col. UASF AETC, Command Chaplain

"Every school and every child will benefit from using the recommendations in The Resiliency Workbook, which - from my experience - promote student success and staff effectiveness.”

Dr. Gerald Zahorchak,

State of PA Secretary of Education, 2006 – 2010

“Nan makes resiliency research in The Resiliency Workbook… accessible to all in a way that will build their personal understanding of their innate greatness and their ability to triumph over life's challenges. This is exactly the power of my Nurtured Heart Model, as well. I recommend Nan's work to all.”

Howard Glasser, Executive Director,

The Children's Success Foundation, Best-selling author of Transforming the Difficult Child

“Nan Henderson's ability to make…resiliency understandable and useable is unparalleled. I have used her work and her books in my workshops and graduate-level courses since they were published. Her new book, The Resiliency Workbook, is a welcome addition. Everyone who works with kids should read Henderson's books!”

Cathy Gangstad, M.P.A.,

expert in brain-research & brain-compatible learning, Learning Consortium, Inc.

The Resiliency Workbook is an excellent resource for self-reflection, development of counseling skills, and facilitating self-awareness… Everyone in the helping professions will benefit from the content of cited research and by the activities aimed at deepening practices. A wonderful contribution to an asset-based framework...”

Diane Stephens, Ph.D.,

Professor, California Lutheran University