Free Resilience Training Video: Resilience in 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.
- What is Resiliency?
- Chronic Stress
- Gratitude and Generosity
The six 10-minute videos in this series will dig into the topics above and help you build your personal resilience. Register with your contact information to view this free content.
Physicians, nurse, EMS, healthcare workers, teachers, parents
Graduate School and Interdisciplinary Studies Department
Meet the Presenter
Dr. Tom Lenz’s research interests include studying the social determinants of lifestyle behaviors that influence chronic disease risk and management. He is especially interested in reducing chronic stress through a combined natural science and social science approach. Dr. Lenz is currently studying the effects of these stress-reducing methods in health care providers.
Dr. Lenz received his BA in Exercise Science from Creighton University. He received his MA in Exercise Science from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and his MA in Medical Anthropology from Creighton University. He went on to complete his Doctor of Pharmacy and a fellowship in cardiovascular research from Creighton.