Kathy Marshall, MA

Teaching Faculty, Center for Spirituality and Healing (CSH)

Kathy Marshall

Contact Info

MA, University of Southern California, (Speech Communication with NDEA Fellowship)

BA, Augustana College, (Speech and English)

PhD Course work, University of Southern California (Speech Communication with NDEA Fellowship)

Summary

Kathy developed and continues to offer CSpH 5201, Spirituality and Resilience, at the University. She consistently guides university students in discovering their innate health and wellbeing.

She is founder and director of the National Resilience Resource Center (NRRC). Kathy Marshall retired from the University of Minnesota after 20 years where she created and directed NRRC which she now operates independently. NRRC philosophy views all people and systems as “at promise” rather than as “at risk”.

Marshall’s publications for The Carter Center and other entities focus on principles tapping natural resilience and well-being in all children, youth and adults. She created Educators Living in the Joy of Gratitude, an online series of professional development programs for educators globally. She has guided selected communities is securing public and private funding for long-term community projects dedicated to changing systems and enhancing the health of helpers.

Kathy Marshall studied at the University of Southern California as a National Defense Education Act Fellow to complete a Masters and additional doctoral work in Communication.

Research

Research Summary/Interests

Ongoing program evaluation focuses on long term resilience training projects facilitated in K-12 school community organizations and coalitions. See publications below and articles, summaries, recorded student focus groups and outcomes posted at various links within http://www.nationalresilienceresource.com/

Publications

Campsall, C. & Marshall Emerson, K. (2018). My Guide Inside, Learner Book I. Author.

Campsall, C. & Marshall Emerson, K. (2018). My Guide Inside, Teacher’s Manual, Book I. Author.

Campsall, C. & Marshall Emerson, K. (2017). My Guide Inside, Teacher’s Manual, Book II. Author.

Campsall, C. & Marshall Emerson, K. (2017). My Guide Inside, Learner Book III. Author.

Campsall, C. & Marshall Emerson, K. (2017). My Guide Inside, Teacher’s Manual, Book III. Author.

Marshall, K. (2007). Keys to wellness: Resilience, spirituality, purpose. Wellness Works, S., 12-13.

Marshall, K. in Chapter 7, Auer, C. with Blumberg, S., (2006). Parenting a Child with Sensory Processing Disorder: A Family Guide to Understanding and Supporting Your Sensory-Sensitive Child. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications.

Marshall, K. (2005, September). Resilience in our schools: Discovering mental health and hope from the inside-out. In D. L. White, M. K. Faber, and B. C. Glenn (Eds.) Proceedings of Persistently Safe Schools 2005. 128-140. Washington, DC: Hamilton Fish Institute, The George Washington University for U. S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. and

Marshall, K. (2004). Resilience research and practice: National resilience resource center bridging the gap. In H. C Waxman, Y. N. Padron and J. Gray (Eds.). Educational Resiliency: Student, Teacher, and School Perspectives. Greenwich, CN: Information Age Publishing.

Marshall, K. & HeavyRunner, I. & (2003). Miracle survivors: Promoting resilience in Indian students, Tribal College Journal, May 2003, pp. 15-19.

Marshall, K. (2001). Bringing Out the Best in Our Kids. School District of the Menomonie Area: Menomonie, WI.

Marshall, K. (1998). Reculturing systems with Resilience/Health Realization. Promoting Positive and Healthy Behaviors in Children: Fourteenth Annual Rosalynn Carter Symposium on Mental Health Policy. Atlanta, Ga: The Carter Center. pp. 48-58.

Marshall, K. (2001). Bridging the Resilience Gap: Research to Practice. (Resilience Research for Prevention Programs). Anoka, MN: Central Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies.

Marshall, et al. (1992). Students Assistance for the 21st Century. Oakbrook, Illinois: Midwest Regional Center for Safe and Drug Free Schools.

Benard, B & Marshall, K. (1997). A framework for practice: Tapping innate resilience. Research/Practice, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, Center for Applied Research and Educational Improvement, Spring, pp. 9-15.

Benard, B & Marshall, K. (2001). Adventure Education: Making a Lasting Difference. (Resilience Research for Prevention Programs). Anoka, MN: Central Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies.

Benard, B & Marshall, K. (2001). Big Brothers/Big Sisters Mentoring: The Power of Developmental Relationship. (Resilience Research for Prevention Programs). Anoka, MN: Central Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies.

Benard, B & Marshall, K. (2001). Competence and Resilience Research: Lessons for Prevention. (Resilience Research for Prevention Programs). Anoka, MN: Central Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies.

Benard, B & Marshall, K. (2001). Meta-Analyses Provide Decade of Evidence: Effective School-Based Drug Prevention Programs. (Resilience Research for Prevention Programs). Anoka, MN: Central Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies.

Benard, B & Marshall, K. (2001). Opportunities for Child-Initiated Learning: Long-term Follow-up Studies of Preschool Programs. (Resilience Research for Prevention Programs). Anoka, MN: Central Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies.

Benard, B & Marshall, K. (2001). Protective Factors in Individuals, Families, and Schools: National Longitudinal Study on Adolescent Health Findings. (Resilience Research for Prevention Programs). Anoka, MN: Central Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies.