This video-based online course with Dr Chris Johnstone introduces seven practical strategies to strengthen your resilience, with step-by-step practices that help you deal with and/or recover from setbacks, adversities and challenges. It offers an hour of video content presented over 18 episodes, with supporting pdf handouts for each strategy. The course is based on research proven methods and the trainer’s three decades of experience teaching resilience skills.
Here’s a two and a half minute video introducing the course:
We’re offering a special discount on this course (£15.39 instead of £65) till 20th Nov 2019. Click by the button below to book the course or find out more. You can also try out some of the course for free at this link. If you’d like to go ahead and buy the course for £15.39 (and debit/credit cards should be able to convert currencies if needed), please click on the button below.
Develop your ability to deal with the dips, knocks and bumps in life.
- shows how inspiring examples in stories and the news can help you identify key elements of resilience
- draws on a range of sources, including the Penn Resilience Program shown by research to protect against anxiety and depression
- introduces emotional first-aid practices to steady your nerves when you’re feeling on edge.
- teaches you to use a storyboarding process to design resilient responses in situations you find difficult
Resilience strategies help you cope with stress, make the best of things and rise to the occasion.
Feedback from past participants include:
“Chris Johnstone has a way of explaining things that makes it crystal clear. His style is professional, authentic and warm.”
“The trainer has an amazing ability to deliver the psychology of well being in a highly digestible, lucid and relevant way.”
The goal of this course is to help you develop your personal resilience toolkit, offering insights and practices to support you bounce forward when knocked back, so that you get more from life.
If interested, click the button below to pay at the reduced rate.