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Northern Nevada author Molly Dahl to feature new book during signing, meet and greet at Carson City’s Adams Hub

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Northern Nevada author Molly Dahl to feature new book during signing, meet and greet at Carson City’s Adams Hub
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August 13, 2021 – 5:30pm

CARSON CITY — Northern Nevada author Molly Dahl and publisher iUniverse have announced the release of her new book, The Art of Emotional Resilience: An Everyday Guide to Resisting Reaction, Cultivating Compassion, and Gracefully Managing Yourself.

Dahl, who has a Masters of Education in Educational Leadership and was a classroom teacher for 15 years, wanted to produce a book for adults based on the same principles that she’d successfully taught in her signature Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) program for teens, YOUTH Positive, which was implemented in a number of schools in Nevada and California. 

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“The skills and concepts that we use to cultivate and build emotional resilience are universal,” she notes. “As parents saw how much YOUTH Positive helped their kids, they wanted to learn more about the concepts for themselves. I realized there was an intense thirst for this information, and that I could expand upon it for an adult audience.”

The author drew upon her rich educational background and her passion for lifelong learning to write the book. Dahl holds a certificate of Applied Positive Psychology from the WholeBeing Institute; she’s a certified instructor of Cultivating Emotional Balance; and she’s an instructor of yoga and meditation as well. Dahl is the co-founder Mindful SEAD, a nonprofit organization established to support educators in teaching mindful social and emotional learning. She has also taught graduate level courses for Sierra Nevada University on social, emotional, and academic development.

Book reading, meet and Greet at Carson City’s Adams Hub
Please join Molly for a book reading and meet and greet signing at Adams Hub, 111 W Proctor St in Carson City, on Friday, August 13 at 5:30 in the evening. Please contact Molly [email protected] or Kassandra [email protected] for more information.Please come out and support a local author. This event is free and open to the public.

The Art of Emotional Resilience is available from Amazon as well as by request from most public libraries.

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About Molly
Molly Dahl, M.Ed., is author of The Art of Emotional Resilience: An Everyday Guide to Resisting Reaction, Cultivating Compassion, and Gracefully Managing Yourself (2021) and Youth Positive, Exploring the Unique Genius of Every 21st Century Adolescent, (2015). The 3-book YOUTH Positive series includes a workbook for grades 5-8, a book/journal combination for grades 9-12, and a Teacher’s Guide for easy implementation in an education setting.

Author, speaker, coach, and positive education specialist, Molly offers workshops trainings, and presentation around the county and internationally. She taught the first Social, Emotional, Academic Development (SEAD) certification course through Sierra Nevada University. Molly is co-founder of Mindful SEAD, a non-profit education organization that offers teacher education on Mindfulness-Based Social Emotional Learning and Intelligence. She is a certified teacher of yoga, meditation, and Cultivating Emotional Balance. She holds a master’s degree in Educational Leadership and a Certificate in Positive Psychology from The Wholebeing Institute.

You can find Molly at www.mollydahl.us.

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Northern Nevada author Molly Dahl to feature new book during signing, meet and greet at Carson City’s Adams Hub
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