Cultivating Personal Resilience in Uncertain Times ECHO Series - Winter January 2021

When

1/25/2021 – 2/15/2021

Mondays, 12:00-1:00pm MT

January 25th - The Art of Balance

February 1st - Pragmatic Mindfulness

February 8th - Positive and Negative Emotion in Everyday Life

February 15 - Values Guided Balance

Cost

Free

Primary Competency

Public Health Sciences Skills
Description

When faced with challenges in your work or life, how do you respond? Resilience is a set of skills that enable us to bounce back during challenging times. In this ECHO series, you'll learn and apply strategies to increase personal resilience at work and at home.

 

To sign up for this ECHO series – click the Register for the Waitlist icon on the left. The page that follows will state that the training is full and ask if you want to join the waitlist. Please click on the "Join Waitlist" icon - you will be contacted regarding your registration status.

 

You must join the virtual workshop via the Zoom platform. To get the full benefit of this training, it is recommended that you have your camera on when you join the workshop.  Our staff can help you if this is new to you (support.rmphtc@ucdenver.edu).

If you are new to Zoom, we suggest that you test your camera or webcam prior to the workshop by logging into https://zoom.us/test and practice:

  • Muting and unmuting yourself
  • Turning your video on and off ( you’ll know it’s working if you can see your face on the screen)
  • Renaming yourself
  • Using the chat box
  • Opening the participants icon and using the non-verbal feedback
  • Sharing your screen

 

Here are some additional resources to help you:

Learning Objectives
  1. Use the PERMAH Model of Well-Being to assess your personal well-being.
  2. Utilize mindfulness techniques throughout your day during times of stress to objectively assess your well-being.
  3. Identify opportunities to cultivate positive emotion.
  4. Use the values choice point technique to make value-based decisions.
  5. Serve as a local resource within your workplace or community for the topic of this ECHO series.
Length of Learning Opportunity
4 hours
Registration Information
Click on the green "Register for the Waitlist" button at the top left of this page. You will need to be logged in or will need to create an account prior to registering for this training. Creating an account will not automatically register you for this training. You will need to re-open this page and register. Please email registration.rmphtc@ucdenver.edu with registration questions.
Geographic Relevance
The Rocky Mountain Prevention Research Center's mission is to advance healthy lifestyles and prevent chronic disease among residents and communities in the Rocky Mountain region by conducting, disseminating, and serving as a resource for community-based prevention research and policy. The RMPRC CAB serves to provide an organizational structure to support and partner in leadership of the RMPRC by, identifying community needs and concerns, setting research priorities, providing input on research design, implementation, evaluation, and dissemination, and through identifying community members to participate in local projects. They expand as a leader in that partnership by identifying local, state, and national networking opportunities and by fostering collaboration among partners. As a Community Advisory Board, members promote community support and involvement in community-based research while also advocating for the true needs and implementation that best support their local community.

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