Everyone in healthcare could benefit from this seminar. I’ve already
shared a number of the tools with my colleagues!
Have the past two years brought unprecedented levels of stress into your organization?
Is your team struggling with burnout, finding purpose, or meaningful connection with teammates?
Our team has worked with leading resilience studies researchers to create evidence-based cathartic workshops for thousands of educators, nurses, physicians, and administrators, the principles of which are transferable to most professions. The seminar is offered for 6 continuing education credits over the course of three 2-hour weekly Zoom gatherings. Participants emerge with tools to address resilience at the organizational, unit team, and individual levels, and provides research-informed tools not only in traditional approaches to resilience, but also evidence-based interventions for addressing the stress of community polarization.
This was EXACTLY what I needed. I've already used
these skills with my patients and even my family!
- Nursing Leader
We’ve had a lot of lectures on the importance of resilience, but this is the first time we did something that gave us space to actually practice it in such a meaningful way.
- Family Practice MD
Is your team struggling with discord? Going through this session together not only equips them with better ways to communicate with each other, but also creates a powerful shared experience from which a transformed organizational culture can emerge.
Because the pillars of the practice are grounded in human psychology, neurobiology, and empathy research, wherever human beings gather in relationship, these skills and practices can be applied. They are applicable for education, healthcare, business, and government, among others. The program can be tailored for specific needs around continuing education units and professional growth.
This video provides an overview of current resilience research, shortcomings in common approaches to staff support, and how to bridge the gap-- in just 9 minutes.