Mental wellness has no gender. Don’t lock yours in the dark.
What is resilience training? Is it bad? We know that reilience is an important trait to have. Through it, we can recover more quickly from disappointments, failures, and other devastating events in our lives. So, a resiliency training focuses on emotional, cognitive and mental, physical, and spiritual aspects to enhance your attention and awareness. Generally, it helps improve your ability to cope, thereby decreasing your stress level and anxiety.
Here at Women’s Therapy Institute, we see its huge impact and importance in surmounting daily challenges. But, aside from working with those who identified as women, we also provide resiliency training to those who are serving in the military through our Leaders 360 program.
A resilient leader is a person who sees adversity as temporary setbacks that they can recover and learn from. Resiliency Training cultivates a positive yet realistic mindset with a strong sense of opportunity in times of turbulence.
- Overcome difficulties
- Reframe failure
- Recover and bounce back
- Reaction Management
Verbal and non-verbal communications can make or break our relationships at work and at home. Communications Coaching fosters the art and science of how messages are processed, controlled, and delivered.
- Effective Verbal/Non-verbal skills
- Authentic Communications
- Meaningful relationships
- Emotional intelligence
Burn out is an important issue in leadership. To avoid burn out is to create balance. A leader is more effective when work life and personal life are in sync.
- Healthy Boundaries
- Healthy Habits
- Mindfulness Practice
- Time Management
We can tailor this program to you or your company’s needs.