Developing the capacity to be more resilient, or to better manage stress, can be transformational for individuals, organisations and communities.
Benefits can include:
Reduced sickness absence
Improved staff retention
Improved career satisfaction
Improved life chances
Resilient Minds offers an evidence-based approach to resilience building and stress management. Combining ideas and strategies from:
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
Problem Solving Training
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction
We don’t take a “one size fits all” approach and our training packages can be adapted to meet the needs of your participants. Because of this, we can offer programmes that are engaging, relevant to your participants, actionable and measurable.
Our resilience training is built around the 3 key elements from acceptance and commitment therapy.
What is ACT?
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is a cutting edge model that is proven to increase resilience and treat depression and anxiety. As a training or coaching model it can be used to help participants develop greater psychological flexibility and act as a buffer against life’s challenges.
The 3 key elements of ACT enable participants to:
Defuse from difficult thoughts and feelings
Develop greater acceptance skills
Become more aware of what they are thinking and feeling
Clarify life values
Incorporate values into daily life
Stress Management Training
Our stress management training is built around 5 toolkits that participants
can begin to apply in their daily life.
How to put in place basic behavioural changes to combat stress.
How to use relaxation skills to remain calm and confident.
How to create optimism through self-compassion, gratitude & embracing vulnerability.
How to better regulate strong and negative emotions.
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