With the pressures and complexity we are facing combined with
changing employment and social structures our need for clear
headedness, poise, critical thinking and self-care have never been
A lack of resilience can impact in multiple areas of life. Low self-
confidence, self-esteem and self-belief all feed into how we see
ourselves and what kind of possibility’s we see as achievable in our
Resilience training helps us accept the reality of challenge and trials
in life, to see what they are trying to teach us, how to re-frame
them, adapt and move on quickly and skilfully and to become
better people.
There are many applications for Resilience Training, some of these
 Individuals facing or experiencing trauma, bereavement,
 Those looking to step up in their careers but suffer from low
self-confidence, low self-belief, or poor self-efficacy.
 Young people and students seeking effective and positive life
 Groups, businesses and organisations who understand
resilient workers are the most productive, motivated and
enthusiastic and want to implant those qualities into their
organisational culture.
 Recent graduates experiencing the impact of work

 Athletes looking to sustain long periods of hard training and
for that winning edge in competition.
 Individuals or groups who operate in demanding and high risk
environments, police, military, first responders, hospital staff.
 Those looking to free themselves from fear, doubt and dis-
belief and go after long held goals.

What are the benefits?

Resilience Training is by nature a multi-faceted approach. It
involves physical wellbeing, emotional awareness and intelligence,
mental dexterity and even deeper aspects like purpose and finding
meaning in life.
Because the training impacts the total human experience the
benefits are many and often profound. They include but are not
limited to:
 Increased courage, confidence and self-belief.
 Positive self-regard and better self-efficacy.
 A pronounced willingness to actively engage in life with all its
ups and downs.
 Ability to identify many more positives in everyday life.
 An optimistic and realistic perspective.
 A personalised set of principles that can be aimed at any
challenge and utilised to leverage next time adversity arises.
 Ownership and personal responsibility of life’s outcomes.
 Creates a growth mind-set.
 Enhanced creativity, productivity, competence and
 More enjoyment.

As the benefits of Resilience Training compound over time
they contribute to a set of protective factors. These factors
accrue as an individual or group centralise Resilience
strategies at a daily/life-style level. Some examples of these
factors are:
 Pronounced ability to rapidly process situations, correctly
perceive appropriate courses of action, plan well and follow
through. This leads to profound advantages in the workplace.
 Self-care and wellness practices mature and lifestyle reflects
this. Physical well-being reflects emotionally and mentally.
 Well-developed sense of self-respect ends self-criticism.
 Realistic optimism and self –reliance lowers depression.
 Resilience strategies counter anxiety by emphasising what we
can and can-not control.
 We become more thoughtful and less impulsive, creating less
drama and pain in our lives.