Modern research into the science of resiliency has, in effect, changed the “stress management” model. The discipline of Positive Psychology has turned the concept on its head, and three decades of research demonstrated that we can build our inner resources and prevent the effects of excessive or prolonged stress from even taking hold in many cases.
Any organization whose mission is to improve the mental and physical well being of it’s clients or work force in the following ways:
The Resiliency4Life Program’s most wide spread application is within organizational settings including business, health care, and public safety institutions through online education and training. A supplementary mobile app is also available for participants.
The program, however, is also available for use on an individual self-directed basis.
What Mindability participants say about Resiliency4Life:
This pillar focuses on specific mental factors that are known to be associated with higher performance in all areas. The Hardiness "mindset" is directly related to your ability to avoid defensive pessimism, and better withstand inevitable life frustrations.
Your connectivity with others, friends, colleagues and family have a direct impact on your resilience. In Pillar 2 you’ll learn several practical strategies for building goodwill and maintaining an effective social support network.
Our bodies and minds are supposed to work together, but often don't. In this module you'll develop several mental and physical tools that will calm your nervous system, lower your stress level, keep you more mentally focused and at ease.
Positive emotional energy protects your cardiovascular system and directly affects your level of personal well-being and happiness. The tools in this module help you program positive experiences into your daily life to help keep you content and healthy.
Built on forty five years of industry experience, Mindability programs have been successfully used by leading hospitals, mental health centers, government agencies, and individuals ranging from college students to mature adults.
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