Every day, we encounter challenges, decisions, and setbacks. This course is an invitation to examine what it means to be resilient -
in the context of your life.
Using the model of Everyday Resiliency, learners will think about their own ability to move through challenges with a deep sense that they are okay. Through a lens of self-compassion and self-care, learners will explore the five pillars of Everyday Resiliency:
Belonging, perspective, acceptance, hope, and humour.
After reviewing the five pillars, learners will consider resiliency in uncertain times and review topics such as stress, burnout and compassion fatigue. Providing opportunities for application, this course recommends practical strategies for daily living. This course invites learners to get to know their stress and examine daily practices. Learners will have an opportunity to reflect on what is working and what might not be working while gaining new strategies or revisiting familiar ones.
Material is presented in words, images, and videos to support
diverse learning styles.
By completing this course, learners will:
Re-conceptualize the term resilience
Understand how the five pillars of Everyday Resiliency contribute to resiliency
Understand how to cultivate resiliency in times of stress and uncertainty
Explore how the five pillars exist in your life
Discover and design opportunities and strategies to further incorporate the five pillars into your life
Explore stress, burnout, and compassion fatigue
Reflect upon the desired future and its impact on personal resiliency
Frequently Asked Questions:
Who is this course for?
This course is for anyone curious about resilience. It is also for those who are feeling depleted and looking for strategies and approaches to move through life’s daily challenges.
How long will this course take me to complete?
The course will vary in length depending on how you interact with it. It is possible to complete in 3 hours but may take longer depending on your learning style, reflection, and preparedness to engage with the content.
When is the right time to complete this course?
The Everyday Resiliency Course can be completed in one sitting, or many. It’s divided into various sections so that you can learn a little, and then come back later if that suits your lifestyle and timeline. A good time to take this course is when you’re ready to reflect on daily practices and open to considering new approaches and strategies. It might even be the right time when you’re feeling a bit wobbly or uneasy. This course can be completed in one sitting, or many. It’s divided into various sections so that you can learn a little, and then come back later if that suits your lifestyle and timeline.