Plan for Resilience Workshop
Date and Time
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We all juggle personal, family, social, financial, and work demands. Most of us do pretty well, but any of us could be blindsided by an unexpected crisis or overwhelmed when too many stressors coincide.
Some potential stressors may diminish over time, while others may become more prominent. Stressors are not always bad and do not necessarily lead to negative feelings. Sometimes what appears to be a crisis can lead to post traumatic growth by helping us learn, evolve, or choose a more positive path. The more resilient we are, the more likely that we will be able to benefit in this way.
In this workshop, you will explore factors that can test your resilience. The protective strategies suggested can help develop resilience and enhance your ability to cope when a crisis does occur. Ideas for brainstorming options to overcome challenges, taking action even when you feel paralyzed by fear or worry, learning from your mistakes rather than beating yourself up, and building a network of support are just some of the protective strategies to consider.
Creating a plan may not help us avoid the crisis, but can make it much easier to get through it.
This workshop and accompanying workbook can help you move from merely surviving to actually thriving by helping you build resilience and plan for stressful situations. Developing a plan to get through potentially stressful situations can have a positive impact on both your personal and work life.