The Art of Resilience: how to thrive in challenging times
Resilience is the ability to be mentally strong and flexible in the face of challenges, the capacity of dealing with life events in a productive, positive and powerful way. Join this webinar to discover what are the foundations that make up resilience. You will have a chance to reflect on how these foundations relate to your own resilience: what are your strong sides, and which ones you might want to strengthen. But also how you can support others with their resilience. You will leave with a better understanding of the “big picture” of resilience, but also with practical ideas how to leverage those in practice.
This webinar is free and we hope to see many of you online!
How to join
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DATE: Thursday, March 4th
TIME: 2:00pm - 3:30pm GMT, 3:00pm - 4:30pm CET, 9:00am - 10:30am EST
About the facilitator
Mirna Smidt is a trainer of positive psychology and skills for trainers. She is the founder of Happiness Academy and one of the first individuals in Europe holding a Masters of Applied Positive Psychology from Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge. In her work, she is combining her academic knowledge with applied experience from 10+ years in a successful corporate career in advanced technologies in Cisco and practical, goal-oriented approach.
About Stillpoint Spaces
Through psychotherapy, counselling, coaching, events, workshops, artist encounters, and more, Stillpoint Spaces offers a new way to explore psychology outside the consulting room.
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