Emotional Resilience - Live Online (3 CE)
Emotional resiliency has become a cutting-edge topic of research in the aftermath of disasters such as 9/11, Hurricane Katrina and the devastating Haitian earthquake. As with almost any type of behavior, resiliency can be learned to help people rebound quickly and more efficiently from any traumatic situation. Resiliency also incorporates recruiting outside resources for support. People who practice resiliency skills are better able to convert experiences of hardships into experiences of increased empowerment, inner strength, and personal meaning. This course defines emotional resilience and differentiates it from survival skills. It identifies many of the core qualities and attitudes of resiliency, and explores specific goals and interventions that help to develop characteristics associated with resiliency. Mindfulness principles that promote resiliency will be discussed.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Define the concept of emotional resilience and distinguish it from survival skills.
- Identify the underlying qualities and attitudes that develop resilience.
- Explore specific goals and interventions that cultivate many of the major characteristics of resilience.
- Learn to apply mindfulness techniques to increase resiliency in every day life situations.
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