What is Resilience?
Resilience is our ability to withstand, deal with and/or recover from difficult situations. It includes our ability to cope with stress, make the best of things and rise to the occasion. Resilience training has been shown to help reduce the risk of depression, anxiety and stress-related harm, while also strengthening people’s coping capacity when facing adversity. The multiple and complex challenges brought by Covid19, on top of those already present, brings a need to make resilience skills and practices more widely available.
What is ResilienceTraining.net?
This online resource is a project of CollegeOfWellbeing.com, and set up by leading resilience trainer Dr Chris Johnstone (author of Seven Ways to Build Resilience), who's been involved in teaching resilience skills for over thirty years. Based in the UK, Chris Johnstone trained in medicine and psychology, pioneering the role of resilience training in the UK health service, adult education and the workplace. He leads the three levels of resilience training offered here. Why not try our free course to get an introduction to the approach offered here - or sign up to one of our more in-depth trainings if you'd like to go further.
Resilience Tools for Free in a Time of Coronavirus Crisis
A free online resilience training with practical strategies and insights to help in difficult times.
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