Resiliency, Coping and Wellness Training
Some people are able to manage stressful events and feelings of anxiety or depression more easily than others. You may assume such people have greater emotional strength or certain dispositions, but it’s more likely that they have coping tactics that allow them to be more resilient to challenging events and circumstances.
Strengthening resilience can lead to an improved quality of life by helping protect a person from mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression. It also can help people cope better with the effects of mental trauma, such as post-traumatic stress disorders, grief, bullying, and phase of life adjustment anxiety.
Our Resiliency, Coping and Wellness Training can help patients increase their abilities to adapt to and recover from life’s challenges or adversity.
What is Resilience?
The Mayo Clinic’s definition of resilience is the ability to “adapt well and recover quickly” after experiencing trauma, tragedy, adversity, or stress. Those with a resilient disposition are better equipped to maintain “poise and a healthy level of physical and psychological wellness” in the face of life’s challenges.
Emotional resilience allows us to view difficulties as temporary and alterable, and not perceive adversity as catastrophic. Those with less mental strength need not assume they are forever at the mercy of emotional storms — resilience training can help a person develop an appropriate strategy for lessening negative thinking and learn effective ways to manage life’s setbacks.
Some of the factors associated with resilience are the capacity to control strong impulses and feelings, having confidence in one’s own abilities and strengths, and possessing good communication and problem-solving skills.
The Benefits of Resilience Training
Our Resiliency, Coping and Wellness Training can help you:
- Learn stress management and relaxation techniques
- Identify ways to change your response to pressure and stress
- Develop your natural strengths
- Learn ways to identify the opportunities that can come from setbacks and challenges
- Develop problem-solving methods
- See the relationship between resilience, personal well-being, performance, and work pressure
If you’ve felt overwhelmed by challenges or have a tendency to dwell on problems, our resilience training program in Delray Beach, FL and also across the United States via teletherapy can help you gain new, healthy ways to cope with adversity and have a more positive outlook.
Treatment Programs Specializing In:
Serving the whole person, not just the symptoms. In all of our programs your comfort, privacy and long-term success are paramount.
COVID-19 Trauma has become familiar to many people throughout the pandemic. If you’re experiencing trauma, PTSD, anxiety, or depression as a result of Corona virus learn about how our COVID-19 Trauma Treatment Program can help.
We offer online therapy to help people who are unable to leave their homes. Contact us and we will will schedule your confidential online assessment.
Helping people from all walks of life find deeper connection and understanding to create stronger and healthier relationships.
Anxiety disorders are the most common psychiatric illnesses affecting children and adults. When you experience anxiety that is persistent, seemingly uncontrollable, overwhelming and disabling you may have an anxiety disorder.
Mood disorders represent a category of psychiatric disorders in which the underlying problem primarily affects a person’s persistent emotional state or mood. Mood disorders are made up of depressive types and bipolar types.
Children and adolescents experience normal problems of growing up due to pressures of social media, school, socializing, self esteem or family. Our youth services provide assistance in dealing with educational, social, and vocational issues.
The Trauma Institute provides highly specialized clinical services, informed by the latest cutting edge-research, for trauma survivors. We are an Institute dedicated to clinical services, community education, professional training, and research focused on trauma recovery.
Many children and adults who have weak executive functioning skills are negatively impacted in all areas of life but fortunately through assessment and intervention, executive skills can be strengthened and compensatory strategies can be learned. When these skills are well developed, children and adults can better maximum their potential and future outcomes.
Families naturally go through stages and transitions across the lifespan. Family dynamics impact each individuals’ response to daily life and major events. Therapy can help families understand their complex and ever-changing dynamics. As the family becomes an expert in their processes, they will be able to use new skills to navigate each situation with love and respect for one another.
What We Treat
Types of Therapy
The Center offers cutting edge therapy designed to get you on the road to a speedy recovery. We will help you to learn how to live your daily life free from the fears or compulsions that inhibit you or your child’s ability to complete each day’s tasks.
More Ways to Get Help Now
The Center offers cutting edge therapy designed to get you on the road to a speedy recovery. We know that you can’t always make it into our office for your session. Which is why we now provide teletherapy. You can get support from the comfort of your own home. We offer cognitive behavior therapy, psychodynamic psychotherapy, mindfulness meditation, group therapy, and medication. Depending on your needs, here’s how you can get help now:
When it comes to anxiety or mood disorders we specialize in treating the whole person, not just your symptoms. In all of our programs your comfort, privacy and long-term success are paramount.