We all respond in our own unique manner to stress, trauma and tragedy. Many people lose their ability in their personal life and work and become immobilised by stress. Still others respond to stress quickly, in some situations they become better because of adversity.
They can develop symptoms of depression or post-traumatic stress and others will continue to live their own lives without any marked decrease in their day-to-day work.
But what is the reason for that? Is it possible in your genes, or in the way people were treated or have they learned to use the coping mechanisms?
How do you think during stress or how do you handle yourself or how your nervous systems and stress-hormone systems react? The response has many dynamic and protective factors: genetic, developmental, emotional, behavioral, religious and neurobiological. The solution is a very complicated one.
This course is designed to cover an array of disciplines to enable grasp not only the concept but the practice of building resilience.
And so, at the end of this course will learn:
- You will be understanding the meaning of resilience and how it applies to your life.
- You will learn the science of resilience with regard to the biology and neurobiology of resilience
- You will learn the strategies of building resilience
- You will learn, understand how to build personal resilience
- You will also understand how to build resilience for work place