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Sold Out - The Science and Practice of Resilience

Seminar Code:
Rick Hanson, Ph.D.
March 30, 2018
Berkeley, CA
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Pricing Information

 Registration (no Continuing Education Credit) $139.00
 Registration (with Continuing Education Credit) $159.00
 Group Registration (3 or More with CEUs) $145.00
 Webcast (no Continuing Education Credits) $115.00
 Webcast (with Continuing Education Credits) $135.00

Additional Information

International House (UC Berkeley Campus)
Chevron Auditorium, 2299 Piedmont Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94720-2320

We're looking forward to seeing you March 30 in Berkeley for The Science and Practice of Resilience with Rick Hanson, Ph.D.

We'd like to offer you the chance to pre-order Rick's new book, Resilient: How to Grow an Unshakable Core of Calm, Strength, and Happiness, for pick-up at the event.

Simply follow this link and indicate how many books you'd like. You can pay at the event by cash, check, or credit card.


Become a member and score great discounts to all GGSC events. Learn more here:


Participants must have paid tuition fee, signed in, attended the entire seminar, completed an evaluation, and signed out in order to receive a certificate. Failure to sign in or out will result in forfeiture of credit for the entire course. No exceptions will be made. Partial credit is not available.


Refund (minus $25 administrative fee) when canceling prior to 7 days before the workshop. No refund within 7 days of the seminar.


If you require ADA accommodations please contact our office 30 days or more before the event. We cannot ensure accommodations without adequate prior notification. You can call 510-642-2490 or email


If you are attending the conference via the live webcast, please read the following instructions:

Testing Your System

To make sure that you can properly watch this webcast, please try to watch the Greater Good video on this page.

If this video does not play at all, you probably need to install Adobe Flash Player.

If you cannot hear the audio, please first make sure your speaker volume is turned up. If it is, go into the master volume options on your computer and turn up or unmute any levels that might be low or muted. If none of this works, you may not have built in speakers or your sound card may be defective or missing; regrettably, we won’t be able to help if that is the case.

If you have no problems watching the recording, your computer should be fine to run the broadcast!

Logging into the Webcast

We will email you details about how to access the webcast the week of the event, with a final email being sent at 5 pm on Thursday, March 29.

To ensure best performance, please try to access the webcast from a high-speed WIRED connection to the Internet on the day of the broadcast. While many people with fast WIRELESS connections are able to watch the broadcasts with little or no trouble, it can cause lag and delay in the video stream, resulting in jerky movements and sound.

If technical problems do occur, we will do our best to resolve them ASAP. Before and after the event, we will also email you instructions on how to receive a certification of completion and CEUs (if applicable).

If you have any further questions, please send them to us at

If you have problems logging into the webcast on the morning of the webcast, please call our office at (510) 642-2490. To minimize technical problems on the day of the event, please do test your connection beforehand. 


International House is on the University of California, Berkeley campus at the corner of Piedmont Avenue and Bancroft Way, adjacent to the stadium. Address: 2299 Piedmont Avenue Berkeley, CA 94720. 

By Car

Parking around the International House (I-House) and the UC Berkeley campus can be difficult. Meters are free with a California disabled placard. If you do drive, here are several public parking lots within a few blocks of the I-House.


Parking on the UC Berkeley campus is challenging. Street parking at meters is free after 6 pm. In non-metered areas, parking is free for two hours and unregulated after 7 pm. Meters are free with a California disabled placard.

1. UNDERHILL LOT: Located at the corner of Channing and College, this lot is a 5-10 minute walk from I-House.

2. RSF LOT: Located at the corner of Bancroft Way and Ellsworth Street, a 15-20 minute walk to I-House uphill.

3. LOWER HEARST STRUCTURE LOT: Located at the corner of Hearst and Euclid. A 15-20 minute walk to I-House.

4. UNIVERSITY HALL WEST LOT: Located on Addison between Oxford and Shattuck. A 20-25 minute walk to I-House uphill. 

There is also on-street parking on Piedmont Avenue and the other streets around the I-House, some with blue disabled zones, meters and some non-metered. In non-metered areas, parking is free for two hours. (There will be breaks in the program every 60-90 minutes, during which time attendees can even exchange parking spots with one another.) If you plan to look for on-street parking, you may want to add a few minutes to your estimated travel time.

For UC Berkeley parking Information, call (510) 642-4283 or visit

Public Transit
Parking around the International House can be difficult, so we encourage you to take public transportation whenever possible to avoid parking fines and ease traffic congestion. Some services require exact fare only (e.g., AC Transit Buses and Campus Shuttle Service). BART and AC Transit buses are used jointly by commuters to come to campus.

BART trains operate from Fremont, Richmond, Pittsburg and Millbrae. A map indicating the route and stops of each train is located at each station. The Berkeley BART station is just 1-1/2 blocks from the Berkeley campus. There are shuttles that run from the BART to the International House. Click here for more information on taking public transportation to the I-House. (Please note that the shuttle pick-up near BART is on Shattuck Ave, between Center and Addison Streets.)

Get off at the "Downtown Berkeley" station.

The campus shuttle from Downtown Berkeley is located across from BART at Center & Shattuck, in front of Bank of America. The bus stops in front of the I-House.

Note: walking from the Berkeley BART station to I-House will take 20-25 minutes up a moderate hill.

AC Transit
AC Transit  bus service provides transportation for commuters to and from San Francisco and throughout Alameda and Western Contra Costa County. There are several AC bus lines that come near the campus area.

The Oakland Airport is approximately 15 miles from UC Berkeley.

San Francisco Airport: Check the ground transport section of the SF airport homepage for directions to Berkeley. Also, see the convenient BART line to the airport.

Other Transit Links (Traffic conditions and regional transportation options)
Bayporter Express (airport shuttle service -
Muni (San Francisco Buses - 
Caltrain (Commuter train service from San Francisco and San Jose -


Licensing boards change regulations often and while we attempt to stay abreast of their most recent changes, if you have questions or concerns about this course meeting your specific board’s approval, we recommend you contact your board directly to obtain a ruling.


Please submit payment to:

R. Cassidy Seminars
PO BOX 14473
Santa Rosa, CA 95402