Secondary and vicarious trauma are very real things. For those of us who work with patients or clients who are suffering, the need for resilience is important in order for us to continue to do our work. Through the use of mindfulness, breath, writing and other mind-body practices, we will take advantage of neuroplasticity and set ourselves up for a less stressful and more satisfying work life.
The Resilience Advantage
Resilient people are able to reach inside for practiced tools they can use, and reach out for helpful resources. They have a sense of how to take care of themselves. They have learned how to create space and focus energy on their own well-being when faced with difficult or challenging situations. They have hope, optimism, confidence, self-efficacy as well as a sense of compassion for themselves. They are able to focus on practical issues while dealing with the difficulty at hand. They are connected to a deep sense of purpose and nurture that connection.
Tuesdays, February 4–March 10, 7:30–9:30 AM
$150.00 for the 6-Week Course
(includes manual and audio supporting materials)