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The Resiliency Center offers an attractive and welcoming environment for organizations seeking space to provide workshops, trainings, or wellness retreats. We also collaborate with organizations to create dynamic programming for their groups.

Please call (215) 233-2002 or email Elizabeth at elizabeth@ for more information.



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Recommended Books

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Published Books and Journal Articles by our Practitioners

Elizabeth Venart

Journal Articles

Elizabeth has published three articles in professional journals on the topic of counselor wellness.


Elizabeth co-authored a chapter on Healing Trauma through Humanistic Connection for the book Humanistic Perspectives on Contemporary Counseling Issues, published by Routledge in August 2011.

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Laura Eubanks Gambrel

Journal Articles


Educational Websites about our Services

Resiliency Resources

Creative Arts in Therapy Resources

School Psychology Resources

Psychiatry Resources

Laughter Yoga

Video of Dr. Kataria, Founder of Laughter Yoga, Laughing Silently at 5:00 am


Local Resources

National Organizations

The Resiliency Center's Meetup Groups and Online Communities

Websites of Practitioners and Instructors at The Resiliency Center

Articles on The Resiliency Center and our Practitioners

After 5 years, holistic center still ‘flaps its wings’

The Chestnut Hill Local profiles the Resiliency Center for its fifth anniversary in a October 11, 2013 article. visits The Resiliency Center for Laughter Yoga

The Resiliency Center's weekly laughter yoga group was featured in the April 20, 2013 edition of, with an article titled "This medicine comes courtesy of a good laugh."

Montgomery News profiles the Resiliency Center

Resiliency Center helps people bounce back
By Bob Keeler, Staff Writer
May 12, 2009

There may be a lot of different paths to healing, but the overriding question for The Resiliency Center founder and director Elizabeth Venart is always the same: "How can we help people to be resilient in their lives?"

Living in a stressful world, it's hard not to have anxieties and traumas, she said.

"We don't have control over the fact that a lot of these things happen," Venart said. "Resiliency is that ability to bounce back when life gets challenging, when life throws you a curve ball."

Counselor Today interviews Director Elizabeth Venart about counselor wellness

Taking care of yourself as a counselor
By Lynne Shallcross
January 17, 2011

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