Facilitated by Stanley Ly, MA, LPC

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The significance of developing emotional and mental resilience has always been important for our overall wellness and balance when we're faced with challenges or distress. Perhaps now more than ever, how we stay emotionally resolute, motivated, and adaptable to changing and often uncomfortable circumstances bears utmost importance in the workplace, in relationships, and at home.

Learning Objectives

  • Define resiliency and how it affects our recovery from distress
  • Identify common obstacles to emotional and mental resilience
  • Identify practical and immediately implementable ways to build emotional and mental resilience
  • Discuss and engage with coworkers and colleagues across the university on this important and relevant matter

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