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Video Series: Resilience Training

Video Series: Building Personal Resilience During Uncertain Times

Resilience, or the ability to recover quickly from adversity, is a valuable trait. The COVID-19 pandemic has created a whole new set of challenges for everyone from health care workers to teachers to parents. Many may find it hard to bounce back right now, but it is possible to improve your personal resilience, even in uncertain times.

Thomas Lenz, PhD, director and professor of the Master of Science in Integrative Health and Wellness program at Creighton University’s Graduate School, created a video series to enhance a sense of well-being and provide practical strategies to meet the demands of our current global situation.

View the video series below to learn how to stay resilient during uncertain times.

Master of Science in Integrative Health and Wellness
Employers are prioritizing health and wellness in the workplace, aiming to cut costs and increase productivity. Many organizations are now employing health and wellness coaches to help educate and motivate individuals to implement and sustain life-changing healthy behaviors. Earning your master of science in integrative health and wellness will prepare you for various roles in this growing field.

Graduate Certificate in Lifestyle Medicine
In this certificate program, you’ll learn to take a whole-person approach in designing, implementing and modifying lifestyle medicine programs. You’ll also explore the many factors that impact an individual’s health, from nutrition to exercise to sleep to stress management and more.

Bachelor of Arts in Healthy Lifestyle Management
Learn to work one-on-one with people of all ages for the purpose of fostering health. The program is focused on whole person health. You’ll learn to help others thrive in the community in which they live, work and spend their time. You’ll gain the knowledge, skills and attitude to work with people on an individual level to improve their personal health and well-being and prevent chronic diseases.

The courses below dig further into the topic of resilience, self-care and happiness. Designed specifically for educators, each course is four weeks long, held online and open to non-degree seekers.

The Resilient Educator: Preventing Teacher Burnout
This four-week online course offers important and accessible resilience training for teachers. It will discuss and provide an opportunity to practice self-care activities that teachers can personally use to enhance resiliency and well-being, for more effectiveness in the classroom and to improve their personal quality of life.

Happy Teacher, Happy Classroom: Explore Happiness for a Life Well Lived
Take part in a self-reflective journey to define personal happiness and well-being by exploring various definitions and models. Participants can expect to take part in activities and reflective exercises that lead to a greater understanding of self and that fosters enhanced personal happiness and well-being.

Educators Can’t Pour From an Empty Cup: Creating a Self-Care Plan
Join this course to explore the latest research on self-care. You’ll complete reflective activities to explore your current self-care practices, consider stress triggers and learn to understand your risk of professional burnout.