Your Guide to Building Resilience
Everyday life may present challenges, but we may better manage day-to-day difficulties by learning tools to enhance resilience.
We build resilience — the ability to bounce back from hard times and step forward with hope — through intention and practice. In this course, you’ll learn what it means to be resilient and how you may cultivate it in yourself.
The course is presented in individual lessons. Proceed at your own pace, try out the suggestions, and return as often as you wish.
Building resilience can provide tools for managing tough day-to-day situations, but our responses to difficulties are influenced by different factors. Sometimes, those factors involve health concerns that require professional diagnosis and attention. This course is not a substitute for medical or mental health diagnosis or care.
- Dr. Jody Horstman, Ph.D., licensed clinical psychologist, clinical addiction counselor, and CPG Steps to Wellness faculty
- Krishna Dholakia, Senior Health Education Specialist, Registered Dietitian, Certified Diabetes Educator, Health Coach, and Yoga Instructor
Approximately 15 minutes per section
Yes, I Can! Using Self-efficacy to Empower Your Best Self
When we believe in our ability to handle life’s challenges, that sense of capability may help us succeed. Here, you’ll learn to use self-efficacy to help empower your best self.
Audio / Video
Courses may include audio and video. Turn your audio ON. Earphones or a headset may be necessary, depending on your viewing situation.
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You’ll find fictitious characters and scenarios used in this course to illustrate points and explain concepts.
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