The Resilience Interview with Cynthia Eriksson
"I've come to realise that concepts of resilience are strongly culturally influenced" - Professor Cynthia Eriksson Cynthia Eriksson is Associate Professor of...
"I've come to realise that concepts of resilience are strongly culturally influenced" - Professor Cynthia Eriksson
Cynthia Eriksson is Associate Professor of Psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary, Graduate School of Psychology, Pasadena CA.
In this interview Cynthia reflects on changing understandings of resilience through a career built on research and study. Cynthia has considerable experience in leading research projects on coping and resilience in extremely challenging contexts and has a global reputation as a leader in the field.
Cynthia has an extensive background in research, teaching and writing on both global and local scales. She has an deep appreciation for cultural aspects of Psychology and how concepts such as stress, resilience and coping are culturally mediated. Her knowledge is sought after in both the academic and practitioner arenas in the United States and globally.
Cynthia can be contacted through her LinkedIn page at this url; linkedin.com/in/cynthia-blomquist-eriksson-92a7525
She can be reached by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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